We have been taking bets at Friendsgiving Ideas HQ and it is unanimous: Friendsgiving 2017 is going to be the biggest year yet for the burgeoning holiday. From Millennials to Moldy Oldies, everyone is publishing ideas to take Friendsgiving to an all new level. Without further ado, here are articles that are hotter than Jalapeno-Infused Crab and Corn Stuffing!
How-To Host the Ultimate Friendsgiving Feast
Can Friendsgiving please become an official holiday already? Because it’s kind of the best. Not only does it give you an excuse to eat double the stuffing and turkey you normally would, but you also get to spend a cozy afternoon sipping spiced wines and ciders with your best pals. On top of that, it’s easier to host than the traditional Thanksgiving where you have to deal with a micromanaging aunt and your passive-aggressive sister-in-law. (Collar tug.) We’ve come up with some solid tips to help you host the best Friendsgiving dinner ever, and with total ease. Read more.
Friendsgiving: A New Tradition
As a holiday, Thanksgiving is special. This quintessential American holiday centers on giving thanks and sharing time with loved ones. It also includes a meal many people look forward to all year long. Most Americans can name their standard favorite dishes, from rice and gravy to sweet potato pie, and there are as many food traditions as there are families. In fact, some love Thanksgiving so much that one day — and one meal — just isn’t enough. Read more.
Google Trends Data and McCormick Recipes Bring to Life American ‘Friendsgiving’
What’s better than one Thanksgiving? Two Thanksgivings. With Friendsgiving now strongly asserting itself as the second holiday in November, McCormick® has partnered with Google to figure out when Americans are celebrating this epic potluck and, more interestingly, what they’re serving across the country.
One thing is clear, Friendsgiving is growing in popularity. Friendsgiving searches continue to grow every year, and they peak one week before Thanksgiving searches do. In fact, classic Thanksgiving recipes like ‘Turkey Recipe’ and ‘Stuffing Recipe’ were relatively stable the week of Thanksgiving but increased more than 300% year-over-year the week before. This makes the most likely day for a Friendsgiving, Saturday, November 18th this year. Read more.
The Illustrated Guide To Planning A Mindful Friendsgiving
Friendsgiving is the holy grail of friendship holidays. Not only is it a chance to enjoy lots and lots of delicious food, but it’s also an opportunity to celebrate your close friends and show them how thankful you are for their existence. I definitely don’t tell my friends nearly enough just how much their presence in my life means to me, even if we don’t actually get to spend that much time together. Just knowing that I have people who are willing to drop everything in their busy lives when I’m going through a hard situation is incredibly comforting. And it’s definitely worth celebrating! Read more.
27 Friendsgiving Instagram Captions For The Good Food & Even Better Company
As we dip our toes into the holiday season, the festive hype is all too real, y’all. November is the month of delish food, apple and pumpkin-flavored treats, and good company. It’s the one time of year when it’s basically nationally mandated to tell the people you care for why you think they’re so great (although, seriously, you should already be doing that every single day). It’s essentially the time of year to celebrate the ultimate friendship holiday — aka, Friendsgiving. It’s never too early to start prepping the foodie spread, decorations, and of course, a list ready to go of solid Friendsgiving Instagram captions for your forever squad. Read more.
Clear Pumpkin Pie Is A Thing & It’s Here To Make Your Friendsgiving Awkward AF
November is upon us, which means it’s time to turn in our ghoulish garb, pick through leftover Halloween candy, and start focusing on what really matters during the holiday season: food. We give thanks around a table set buffet-style for a reason, friends — because we’re all thankful for gravy, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie. Turkey Day traditions are getting a tad topsy-turvy, though, as social media is blowing up over a clear pumpkin pie, because it’s 2017, and the world has officially gone mad. Read more.