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  1. Cost per serving: $1.17You can make the dressing a day in advance. Keep it covered and chilled, and stir well before serving.See recipe: Shrimp Cocktail with Green Goblin Dressing
  2. Cost per serving: 39¢ These Deviled Ham and Cheddar Toasts are the perfect appetizer, but you can also add a side veggie or salad to make it a full meal. If you prefer a spicier version, add another 1/4 tsp. cayenne to the ham mixture.   Prep Time: 10 minutesCook Time: 1 minute   Ingredients to Shop For: • Ham • Cheddar • Baguette   Ingredients You May Already Have:
  3. Cost per serving: $2.96 This hearty dish works well with most root vegetables. Try adding peeled diced carrots, parsnips, potatoes or a combination of all three.See recipe: Braised Brisket Braised with Sweet Potatoes
  4. Cost per serving: $1.08 You can use small pumpkins to give this tasty side dish a different look.See recipe: Baked Mini Acorn Squash
  5. Cost per serving: 91¢If you plan to make this salad in advance, toss the apple slices in a small bowl with a few tablespoons of lemon juice. Keep covered and chilled until you're ready to serve.See recipe: Green Salad with Apples and Toasted Walnuts
  6. Cost per serving: 28¢ You can make these crispy treats a day ahead. Before serving, place on a baking sheet and reheat for 5 minutes.See recipe: Parmesan Breadstick Broomsticks
  7. This bewitching drink is the perfect refreshment for an adult affair.See recipe: Sour Apple Spritzers
  8. Cost per serving: 58¢This luscious cream pie is a real crowd pleaser, and doesn't make much of a dent on your wallet, either.See recipe: Pumpkin Mousse Pie
  9. Cost per serving: $1.07 To add festive touches, drizzle apples with melted dark or white chocolate and dip them in chopped nuts or colorful Halloween sprinkles.See recipe: Caramel Apples
  10. To feel in control, stick a master to-do list on your refrigerator. Stash favorite recipes and gift ideas in an envelope; browse web sites for inspiration and print out any possibilities.
  11. While the family is gathered, ask them for gift suggestions for other relatives and draw names for the holiday-present exchange. Also, get address updates for holiday cards. (If you need to gather more addresses from friends and relatives who aren't there, send a mass e-mail later.)
  12. While you're taking down the Thanksgiving table, note if you need new dishes, tablecloths, candles or napkins, and add those things to your list now. Keep an eye out for department store sales on any missing items. If you need to replace a few pieces of china, check eBay, where you can often find single dishes at cut-rate prices.
  13. Buy stamps at www.usps.com. Address cards over a few weeks so you don't get burnt out. Mark the day you want to mail them in big letters on your calendar.