Thanksgiving 2020. Traditional OR Smaller Scale OR Something Different?

By LJP . Created on Nov 22, 2020
Pre-Covid, Thanksgiving is usually the time of year where family, immediate, distant, and/or friends come together to celebrate one another & all that they're thankful for. With the pandemic still affecting how we gather this year, the holiday will look different for most households. We can still celebrate but in a smaller scale or even a little different. How about your household?
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Opt for a Thanksgiving brunch instead

Opt for a Thanksgiving brunch instead

Order "Thanksgiving in a box" from a local eatery to support the local business

Order "Thanksgiving in a box" from a local eatery to support the local business

Rethink your bird/food. Be mindful of the amount of people you'll have sitting around the table

Rethink your bird/food. Be mindful of the amount of people you'll have sitting around the table

Non-Traditional, but Thanksgiving dessert is a must

Non-Traditional, but Thanksgiving dessert is a must

Go out. Pack the food to go, choose a scenic location. Go fishing, go to a lake, mountain or...

Go out. Pack the food to go, choose a scenic location. Go fishing, go to a lake, mountain or...

Traditional Thanksgiving with your household

Traditional Thanksgiving with your household

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Traditional Thanksgiving with your household
Scott said on Nov 30, 2020
It's just my wife and I. so we always get just a turkey breast.
Kathy said on Nov 26, 2020
Just me and the kitty cat. Made corned beef and got mashed potatoes. Now - time for a nap! HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!
Opt for a Thanksgiving brunch instead
Matt said on Nov 24, 2020
Me and the wife
Traditional Thanksgiving with your household
Anonymous said on Nov 23, 2020
I ALL WAYS LOB\VE TRADITIONAL THANKSGIVING
Shuhak said on Nov 23, 2020
This year it'll just be me and the cats. No family gathering (not allowed), and no "fancy" dinner (can't afford one anyhow).
Order "Thanksgiving in a box" from a local eatery to support the local business
Chuck said on Nov 23, 2020
We're not supposed to have more than 10 people at a Thanksgiving dinner. Well, guess what, not going to happen here. Lots more than 25, folks, so get over it.
Traditional Thanksgiving with your household
Megz said on Nov 23, 2020
Ive always had a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with my immediate family and I will continue to.
Mary said on Nov 23, 2020
My side of the family opted for free to go meals from a local church. I'd rather have a homemade meal, so I am cooking for my husband's side of the family.