The safest way to do Thanksgiving this year is to stay home. The CDC recommends “having a small dinner with only people who live in your household.”
Virtual Family Time
Even though you might not want to teach your whole family how to use Zoom, a virtual Thanksgiving will help bring everyone together safely.
Help your Neighbors
If someone in your family or neighborhood has a higher risk of contracting COVID-19, the CDC recommends making traditional recipes and delivering them in a contactless way.
While most stores are closed for Black Friday this year, virtually everywhere has amazing online deals for longer than one day.
Make Good Food
However you decide to do Thanksgiving this year – make sure you make a lot of good food, like these recipes!