Friendsgiving Hosting Hacks
Hosting Friendsgiving is all about food and friends. Not stress. We're sharing easy tips, recipes, and freebies that'll help you host with ease.
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Host the Ultimate Friendsgiving
Food and friends. There's so much to be thankful for. Celebrate with the ultimate friendsgiving gathering. We're sharing tested tips for hosting the big meal with ease.
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Go Big Batch
No need to whip up single-serve cocktails for every guest. A big batch of punch is sure to get the party started.
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Make an Edible Centerpiece
Skip the fancy Friendsgiving centerpiece and create and edible showstopper. To make, simple pile cheese and crackers on a cakestand. Pile fresh grapes around the bottom and you're ready to start snacking.
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Show off the ones you love. Decorate for the party with a sentiment photo garland. Simply print black and white photos of attendees and string them on a piece of twine. After Friendsgiving, let guests take their photos with them.
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Stick to assembly-only appetizers to save time and stress. Put out a pretty cheese platter filled with purchased nuts, olives, and fruit. Or, go even simpler with a trio of bar snacks like potato chips, nuts, and olives.
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Free Up Fridge Space
Room in the refrigerator can be tight during party time. Free up valuable space by moving your beverage station outside. Simply fill a large bowl or tub with ice and fill with bottles of beer and water.
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