Friendsgiving tips to make this Thanksgiving with friends one to remember
Thanksgiving isn’t just for your family anymore! If you can’t make it home for the holidays or you just want an extra night to celebrate the spirit of the season with your BFFs, think about inviting your pals over for a Friendsgiving night of food and holiday festivities.
As you set off to plan your first Friendsgiving, these easy tips will help you make it a night to remember. Read more.
Cool Ranch potatoes and Gordita Stuffing: Taco Bell’s Thanksgiving dinner
Thanksgiving meal prep can get pretty stressful. That’s why we have Friendsgiving, a nice precursor to the holiday spent with our closest pals. Everyone brings a dish or two, so no one has do the majority of the legwork.
But apparently we’re not that tight with Taco Bell.
The fast food chain made our mouths water after revealing the menu for its fifth annual “Friendsgiving” dinner held at the chain’s Irvine, California headquarters on Nov. 16. Only the brand’s “closest friends” scored an invite, including celebrities and social media personalities. Peter Allen Vogt of “Madtv,” Ashley Argota from “True Jackson, VP,” and musician Steve Zaragoza were among the notable guests. Read more.
Feed a Crowd for Friendsgiving with 5 Recipes from Female Chefs
It’s the time of year to celebrate the most joyful holiday there is: Friendsgiving. If Thanksgiving is the holiday of forced conversation, Friendsgiving is the holiday of laughing so hard that a tiny bit of Brunello squirts out of your nose. Friends are the family you get to choose, so Friendsgiving is therefore, of course, the best celebration of togetherness. No awful uncles, no awkward silences. Just you and your closest friends, and a vat of decadent mashed potatoes. Below, five seasonal (and portable) recipes from four women who are making their mark in the food industry and beyond. Read more.