Thanksgiving is less than a week away, and if you're not hosting your own turkey-and-stuffing event, you're probably attending someone else's party. So, what should you bring?
A bottle of Pinot or a side dish usually works just fine. But what about when it's not so easy? When you're attending the gathering of your food-snob mother-in-law, your relatives who seem incapable of deviating from tradition (or from talking about politics, for that matter), or your college buddies who live three to a studio apartment?
Don't worry. No matter what your situation, there's a solution (even if it does include concealed alcohol or a vegan bean loaf). Check out this flow chart for the perfect item to bring to your turkey dinner.
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