If you are celebrating Friendsgiving this weekend, check out the latest stories that can help take your party to the next level.
Is Everyone Having Friendsgiving But Me?
“Friendsgiving is one of my favorite things because you’re spending time with your chosen family over delicious food,” said Selena Gomez this week. “And who doesn’t love that?”
Everyone loves that! Everyone wants that! No one would turn down a night of rosy-cheeked best friends looking like a goddamn Aritzia ad, give or take 17 aluminum casserole dishes. Friendsgiving is a feast in which a group of friends gather to eat heavy foods and celebrate their closeness. It is not unlike a wedding, only with more Tupperware, and everyone is in love with everyone. To have a Friendsgiving you have to have the ultimate social media accessory, something more precious than a beach vacation or a nice ass: a friend group. Read more.
Friendsgiving food ideas for celebrating Thanksgiving with friends
Thanksgiving is next week. That also means it’s time for Friendsgiving, a time to get together with your friends around the holiday.
Amanda Puck from Mariano’s joined ABC7 with tips on how to celebrate the holiday in style. Watch now.
Need a quick recipe for Friendsgiving? These 15 options are sure to please
Friendsgiving is the kind of tweak on a classic holiday that most people can appreciate – it’s like Thanksgiving minus the stress, without political arguments or family pressures to put an edge on the festivities.
But if you’re a procrastinator, even Friendsgiving might add some anxiety to your November; the one imperative, after all, is to bring a dish or two. If that sounds like you, fear not – the easy recipes below will not only fulfill your obligation, but impress your friends with the fact that you’ve made a homemade contribution to the party.
For extra brownie points, pick one of these simple creations and spring for the freshest ingredients, perhaps at a local farmers market, for the tastiest results. Launch slideshow.
How to: Friendsgiving
Friendsgiving has been an ever-growing tradition where groups of friends all get together and enjoy “Thanksgiving,” before or after the actual holiday. Thanksgiving, especially to college students, is marked by a break from school or work, with many people traveling home to see family. Friendsgiving has become a way for people to celebrate with both friends and family who live in different places.
There are many different styles of Friendsgivings — ranging from a small pot luck with roommates to a full blown party with a massive assortment of food. Here is all you need to know about throwing the best Friendsgiving for you and your friends. Read more.