10 Things You Should Bring to Thanksgiving Dinner
Suggestions for unique, useful things to bring to a hosts’ home on Thanksgiving (besides flowers and wine)
Today on The Daily Meal
After years of hosting Thanksgiving at your house, you are finally off the hook. Don’t get us wrong, we love planning Thanksgiving dinners more than the average folk, but every now and then it is nice to be the guest and not the host. This year, someone else can stress about making the perfect turkey and the not burning the pumpkin pie — all you need to do is show up, right?
Well, not exactly. While you may be eager to pass the buck this holiday, if you ever received any help over the years, you know how appreciated it was. Manners dictate that no matter how much the host insists, you should never show up to a holiday empty-handed. After all, this new host is taking a huge weight off your shoulders. The least you can do is bring something useful.
The good news is you probably have more useful Thanksgiving items in your house than you realize. Just think, wouldn’t it have been great if someone just brought a game for the kids to play or a football for your uncles to toss? As you get ready to relax this year, think about bringing some of these useful items to Thanksgiving dinner.
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