We all know Thanksgiving is going to look different this year. If you’re lucky, you might live where the weather will still be nice and you have space to create an outdoor Thanksgiving with appropriate social distancing.
The rest of us are preparing for the fact that an in-person Thanksgiving with all of our loved ones is unlikely because of pandemic safety concerns. For us, 2020 will be the year of the Zoom Thanksgiving.
So how do we make that feel OK?
From shared menus to organized games and discussions, some planning and coordination can go a long way.
“The idea is to still feel unified in some way,” says Etsy trend expert Dayna Isom Johnson.
Katie Workman writes regularly about food for The Associated Press. She has written two cookbooks focused on family-friendly cooking, “Dinner Solved!” and “The Mom 100 Cookbook.” She blogs at themom100.com. She can be reached at Katie@themom100.com.
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