Bedford - South Corona

Give Thanks from Home

 

Thanksgiving is upon us, and while we may not be able to do our traditional family affair, that doesn’t mean it can’t be a day full of good food, fun and togetherness! So stock up the fridge, call your friends and family and see how you can make the best of this holiday we’re most thankful for.

 

Get the Pie Party Started

We all love a good dessert, and Thanksgiving pie is no exception. So round up your baking-savvy friends and family for a Zoom virtual pie making party that will have your mouths watering—and all the best recipes in action. And if you’re not too keen on your own recipe, keep a close watch and take a page from one of your fellow bakers—deliciousness is bound to come!

 

From Turkey to Trivia

What’s a great way to turn up the competitive family fun? You guessed it! Some good old-fashioned trivia with a virtual twist will have you thankful you can still play screen to screen. Pick a holiday theme or go with any topics that tickle your fancy—just make sure the whole gang is ready put their knowledge to the test! Check out some Thanksgiving trivia here.

 

But First We Feast

When it comes to the actual feast, you’ll want to make sure everyone feels as included and involved as can be. Make it a Zoom dinner where all yours guests can see one another and feel like they’re right there with you. From saying what you’re thankful for and sharing what’s on your table to telling stories of Thanksgivings past and catching up on what’s been happening lately, keep the conversation going and keep up with every moment. Who knows—in years to come, this just might be the Thanksgiving you can’t stop talking about!

 

With so many ways to keep the Thanksgiving spirit alive, you’ll be sure to have an incredible holiday—even if it’s a little bit on the different side. And that’s something to truly be thankful for.

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