To say the past two years have been a doozy would be an understatement. With so much going on, are you ready to host the ultimate Friendsgiving? Probably not. Fear not! Today’s Friendsgiving roundup is here to help!
Eric Wareheim Will Teach You How to Have the Best Friendsgiving Ever
There have been a lot of Thanksgiving disasters in my life. Like the time we attempted to deep fry a turkey outside but it was so windy the fire kept going out, or when the dishwasher broke just as everything was coming out of the oven, submerging the kitchen floor in an inch of gray dishwater. There was the year a family member (who is dearly beloved so I will leave her unnamed) borrowed my sweater and then threw up on it. So while I understand and have enjoyed Friendsgiving — presumably a chiller, more fun but still celebratory fall meal — the task of hosting an additional opportunity for mayhem and disappointment has remained daunting. Read more.
Friendsgiving: Sharing a table with friends over family
Thanksgiving. That time of year where everyone packs their bags and makes their way to their family home to partake in the festivities and tradition of gorging on a delicious turkey while watching some all American football. This is something we all do…well most of us at least. However, there are many who are unable to go home for the holidays. International students and teachers can be thousands of miles away from home, making the journey back for Thanksgiving a near impossibility. Read more.
How to host a successful Friendsgiving
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and with it comes the annual tradition of Friendsgiving.
Planning a Friendsgiving gathering includes several components: curating the menu, delegating which dishes each guest is responsible for and determining a location for the event. Use this guide to ensure you cover all the basis to host your best Friendsgiving yet.
Whether you’re in it for the friends or the food, we have you covered with these tips to planning a successful Friendsgiving. Read more.