Thanksgiving Guest Etiquette 101
When you're not hosting, being a better guest should be your top priority. You do want to get invited back next year, right?
The Best Guest
Let's state the obvious: Hosting Thanksgiving is tough. And when the day comes for you to show up at a neighbor's, friend's or distant cousin's Thanksgiving Day party, it's a good time to re-evaluate what it means to be a guest in someone's home, especially when you're the one plunged into decades of familial inside jokes and eye rolls aimed at Uncle Jerry. Here's everything you need to remember to be a tiptop guest.
By Ben Mims for Food Network Kitchen
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