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Nov 1, 2019

We'll explore its origins, how a Generation X sitcom written by Baby Boomers compelled Millennials to start their own holiday, and what you can bring if you are going to your first or fifth Friendsgiving. #doitforthegram #giantfoodies 


Show Notes: 

Recipe ideas from our blogs: 


Grab and Go Items:  

·         Savory - Charcuterie with meats (prosciutto, salami), cheeses, cornichons, olives, fruits and veggies, jams and chutneys, dried fruits and nuts, fresh bread and savory crackers 

·         Sweet -  "Charcuterie" with vanilla or chocolate hummus, fruits (fresh and dried), nuts, sweet chutneys and jams, chocolates, fresh cookies, and sweet breads 


Premade trays of sushi, wraps and produce: 


The First Friendsgiving by Chris Brotzman

(one Millennial’s take on the origin of Friendsgiving): 


Friendsgiving: The Ultimate Guide