No event is ever complete without a set time and location. So before you get excited and tell people to come, set aside a certain time and location for the event to take place. Also, if you do not live alone, please make sure to inform your roommates ahead of time – and even include them, too.
2.) I Have Beans, Greens, Potatoes, Tomatoes… You Name It!
Just like how every person in the family brings their own special dish to Thanksgiving dinner, you too should ask anyone who is attending to bring at least one or two dishes. Also, be considerate by checking to see if some of your guest are allergic to certain foods or have a certain eating lifestyle (such as vegetarian or vegan).
Who doesn’t like dessert? No dinner should be complete without it (at least not this kind of dinner). This too can be something you ask your guests to bring, or you can challenge your cooking skills and create a variety of desserts.
Hosting a Thanksgiving event isn’t about popularity or showing off, it’s about being grateful even for the littlest positive things. It’s about knowing everyone at your event has a special place in your life, and having people who love and care for you is definitely something to be grateful for. Everyone here at The Spread magazine hopes your Friendsgiving turns out well!