November is just one more month in the line-up of extra-good months of the year. Seriously, it should be more recognized. There's the days after Halloween (hello, candy sales), there's Thanksgiving, and then, of course, there's Friendsgiving. What's not to love? Friendsgiving is the Queen Bey of friendship holidays, so it calls for a true celebratory experience. If you're anything like my friends, I know that terrifies you for one reason only: it means you have to cook up some Friendsgiving recipes.
Yeah, I know that even the thought began the accumulation of a pit in you stomach and brought some intense sweaty palms. But take it from me: impressive cooking doesn't have to be difficult. I used to be the worst at making meals, until I realized it's possible to make easy food that tastes just as good. So starting right now, we're debunking your fear of cooking and getting you in the kitchen, just in time for Friendsgiving.
When you show up with one (or more, if you're feeling risky) of these Friendsgiving recipes, your friends' jaws will be all-the-way dropped. This November, shake things up a little and impress the pants off your entire squad — but expect them to want you to cook for every gathering here on out, as well. It's the curse of the good cook.