Celebrate Your Family of Friends
William Morrow Cookbooks, 9780062698193, 128pp.
Publication Date: September 5, 2017
Throw a stress-free, festive holiday gathering for your family of friends! This unique and beautifully packaged Friendsgiving guide is filled with inspired menus, twenty-five creative recipes, tips, and more.
Friendsgiving is everything you love about Thanksgiving-- think memorable Turkey Day feast-- without the things you dread, like nagging family members and awkward conversations.
This epic Friendsgiving guide includes everything you need to throw a memorable occasion-- minus the tension and stress. In Friendsgiving, you'll find:
- Handy timelines, shopping tips, and advice for planning ahead
- Leftovers strategies, wine pairings, and music suggestions
- Twenty-five easy, delicious recipes, such as Stuffing with Italian Sausage and Caramelized Fennel, Southern Tomato Pudding, and Roasted Cauliflower Steaks with Arugula-Walnut Pesto
- Convenient options for variations, as well as suggestions for what to make and what to ask guests to bring-- because good friends want to pitch in too!
You won't need to be a perfect host or slave over a stove for days. Instead, Friendsgiving will give you the insight and advice for creating a fun, unforgettable occasion to eat and drink with friends. Tap into your own creativity with an offering of diverse menus, including a Southern Feast, Cuban Fiesta, and a Modern vegan, gluten-free menu.
While Thanksgiving is a time to be grateful for family, Friendsgiving gives us an opportunity to be thankful for friends. Whether you want to catch up before the holiday craze, throw a rager with old college buddies, or just get together with those closest to you, this practical and essential handbook will provide you with the tools you need to start an annual Friendsgiving tradition.
About the Author
Alexandra Shytsman is a recipe developer, food writer, photographer, and founder of The New Baguette blog where she shares practical, healthy recipes for busy people. Her work has been featured on Yahoo! Food, Refinery 29, Mind Body Green, Gothamist, and ediblemanhattan.com. Originally from the Ukraine, Alex moved to New York City at a young age and has lived there ever since.