Thanksgiving is the official holiday season kick off and a time to give thanks. It’s when your loved ones come from near or far and spend one day together. Whether your having a big dinner or small gathering for your family and close friends, you shouldn’t have to spend tons of money to have a holiday feast. There are ways to get around the hassle of burnt pockets by following a few of these few tricks during the holiday season.
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You shouldn’t be the only person slaving away in the kitchen. Invite all your friends and family for a Thanksgiving potluck celebration. It’s easier on your pockets and frees up your cooking time. Make it fun and challenge everyone to make a new dish or an old dish with a new twist.
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