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What To Bring To Friendsgiving

It’s the time of the year again when we all get together, give thanks, and eat food together. Chances are you and your friends have organized some sort of friendsgiving where you each bring a dish. Can’t cook? Have no idea what to bring? Bwog’s got you covered. 


  • Cheap wine
  • Store-bought pies (esp pumpkin pie for thanksgiving, also apparently on sale at Westside
  • Fruit bowl (green grapes are especially a hit)
  • Cheese plate with crackers/dip
  • Pizza!
  • A variety of snacks for people to munch on after dinner
  • Cookies and icing for people to decorate

Requires a Kitchen:

  • Banana bread 
  • Anything from Cooking With Bwog
  • Crescent rolls (esp the Pilsbury type)
  • Cookies using cookie dough
  • Trader Joe’s frozen appetizers, the spanakopita in particular goes off but you really can’t go wrong with any of them
  • Vegetable dishes with sage butter since that elevates every dish
  • Fried rice, made extra easy using things from any of the dining halls
  • Salt Onigiri (rice balls) made with ferris undercooked rice with hot water for steamed rice
  • Pasta dishes

The Best Thing:

  • Yourself, because that’s the most valuable contribution <3 

Happy friendsgiving! 

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