Preparing a Thanksgiving meal solo is the stuff of nightmares. Both for those of us who think making dinner translates to “pouring milk over cereal,” and for those who know how to chiffonade basil. Cooking a multi-dish meal—especially one that typically includes roasting an enormous bird—is way too much for Friendsgiving (and quite frankly, for regular Thanksgiving as well, but we digress).
If you're the Friendsgiving host this year and are already supplying a venue, your food responsibilities should be minimal. Convince a friend (perhaps that chiffonader) to help you co-host. You can be sure to restock the toilet paper and vacuum the living room, and your pal can take care of the heavyweight food items. Or vice versa.
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