We at Colavita pride ourselves on being a family brand, but today more than ever the definition of family is evolving. While Thanksgiving is typically dedicated to relatives, Friendsgiving is an occasion to celebrate with your chosen family. Whether those are friends from college, coworkers or people you don’t normally get to see during the holidays, a day to break bread with those you love over a festive feast doesn’t have to be restricted to the last Thursday of November.
The origins of Friendsgiving are heavily debated. Actually, it could make for a great dinner table discussion during your friendly celebration. But whether you believe it started in Monica’s kitchen during an episode of Friends back in 1994, or you’ve been hosting it since way before it had a name, here’s one thing we can all agree on: Friendsgiving is NOT just another Thanksgiving.
Friendsgiving allows you to be as untraditional (or traditional) as you like. If you’re hosting this year and are looking for menu inspiration, take our quiz to find out which type of Friendsgiving host you are and receive five recipes we think you and your guests would enjoy.
If you’re guest, a bottle of wine is a great start, but there’s nothing like a homemade dish to bring to your friend’s home, so this quiz is for you as well!
Friendsgiving is approaching and if you're not sure what recipes you want to cook up -- or ask your friends to bring, we've got the quiz for you. Answer these six questions to determine your Friendsgiving hosting style and see what recipes you need to add to your menu!