Got Food Allergies: Make it Easy on your Host with Thanksgiving to Go

Holidays can become stressful for many reasons including poor chemistry between guests.

Bringing your allergies to the table and expecting your host to deal with each and everyone of their guests food issues could turn the meal into a nightmare.

Diane Eblin offers a simple solution, Thanksgiving to Go or instead of BYOB (bring your own wine), BYOF (bring your own food).

She gives us in detail what she cooked for her Whole Gang.

Obviously this works only if your hosts are nearby or close enough to do so.

Good thinking Diane!

Related: How to Green your Thanksgiving? No Green Eggs or Green Meat, Please!

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