Hosting Thanksgiving is stressful, but this menu planning tool from the New York Times can help. Find dishes that work for guests’ dietary restrictions, your level of cooking experience, and how long the whole meal will take to prepare.The recipe suggestions are split into four sections: main dishes, starchy sides, vegetable sides, and desserts. You get four very different dishes (like salad or roasted veggies) per section. Some of the dishes have three red dots in the corner, indicating that you can get tips and dietary info by hovering over them. Just select how many people you’re cooking for, how experienced a cook you are, and answer a few other questions with the interactive sliders on the left, and watch the dishes on the right change to suit your needs.