Don’t just bring your appetite, people.
Being a guest at someone's Thanksgiving is great, but you know what's even better? Helping out your host by bringing something!
While some people show up with just their appetite, it's pretty easy to bring something, anything, in addition, whether it's a really tasty side dish, or just a bunch of interesting Thanksgiving facts. We rounded up a bunch of posts with great ideas so that your friends, family, or anyone else who's cooking Thanksgiving for you will think you're the best guest ever.
You really can't go wrong with a customized bottle of wine with a Wordy Wine label.
I dare any host not to love this adorable butter dish.
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This mulled wine kit is everything that's good about presents.
Male turkeys are called gobblers!
Tl;dr: It was a (successful!) ratings ploy by the Lions's first owner that managed to stand the test of time.
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Libby's, which makes the canned pumpkin you probably buy to make your pies, has its own special hybrid variety of pumpkin. It's a hybrid of the Dickinson pumpkin (pictured above) called Libby’s Select.
Macy's is the second largest consumer of helium after the U.S. government.
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Woof. We all have that Curious and Kind/Insufferably Nosy Relative, but luckily, there's a diplomatic way to handle them.
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Here's a puppy seeing snow for the first time. You're welcome.
Idea: make one tray of these pretzel Parker House rolls to eat at home, and another to bring to Thanksgiving. Recipe here.
This rosemary baby cocktail is easy to make, and a cinch to transport. Recipe here.
Trust me, if you bring this cranberry, pecan, and white cheddar cheese ball to Thanksgiving, you'll be the MVG (most valuable guest). Recipe here.
Probably a good idea to bring a bag of these salted candied almonds to snack on juuuust case all of the appetizers are glutenous. Recipe here.
Happy turkey day!