POPSUGAR Food Thanksgiving How Do You Plan on Celebrating Thanksgiving? by partysugar 11/06/07 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Source Read More PartiesThanksgivingPoll Thanksgiving Get Your Pumpkin Fix With These Low-Carb Cookies 10 Ways to Cook Your Thanksgiving Turkey You're Going to Want to Slow-Cook This Dessert ASAP Bake Up Lower-Fat and Lower-Calorie Scalloped Potatoes POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Tech DIY Vegetarian Food Love and Sex Home Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. aimeeb 7 years and lots of foooooooooooooooood aimeeb 7 years with my fam aimeeb 7 years with my fam corabora72 7 years I'm going by my Aunt's house to see all my family (very southern, so I'll have to eat) and then I'm heading to my boyfriend's house for my first Thanksgiving with his family! It's actually the first "real" meeting, too... I'm going to bake something, just haven't decided what yet. corabora72 7 years I'm going by my Aunt's house to see all my family (very southern, so I'll have to eat) and then I'm heading to my boyfriend's house for my first Thanksgiving with his family! It's actually the first "real" meeting, too...I'm going to bake something, just haven't decided what yet. lexy539 7 years Thanksgiving was last month people!!! At least for us Canadians, eh. mamaseacat 7 years It's always the same every year. I'm a guest at my in-laws' for one half of the day, then potluck at my parents' house for one half of the day. I'm tired of all the driving. One year I'm gonna take me, hubby and child to Hawaii from Thanksgiving to Valentine's Day so I don't have to deal with all the equality between the families. designergirl 7 years I'm going to my dad's this year (divorced families really are difficult around the holidays), so I'll be doing all the cooking. My dad will probably try to meddle in the cooking but 'll try to have complete control. I'm a kitchen control freak. kikidawn 7 years Going to my grandparents' house! Along w/ my parents, siblings, uncles, cousins, and hopefully my boyfriend and his dad! Lots of people = lots of fun!!!Gab6784, What does DH & DD mean? I have seen that other places... sorry, out of the loop :) kikidawn 7 years Going to my grandparents' house! Along w/ my parents, siblings, uncles, cousins, and hopefully my boyfriend and his dad! Lots of people = lots of fun!!! Gab6784, What does DH & DD mean? I have seen that other places... sorry, out of the loop :) Kaciegrrl 7 years ishop2much, so did my parents. Holidays do kinda suck now. But I'm going to my Mawmaw's with cornbread dressing and homemade mac 'n cheese, so at least I'll eat well :) ishop2much 7 years my parents just got divorced, so the holidays aren't what they used to be. i want to take a trip! michichan 7 years Tim Hortons Turkey bacon club! krq 7 years I'm detoxing. Going on a 5-day fast. kothmia 7 years Things are going to be interesting this year... My sister's going to try hosting/cooking for the very first time ever. We all usually converge on my parent's house... This'll be fun. here's to hoping that I can survive my sister's cats! What's especially strange about it, is none of us even know that my sister could find her kitchen, let alone use it! anned 7 years I haven't gone home for thanksgiving for a while since it costs so much to fly during that time...however my parents are moving and so I get to go home! yeah! grandma makes a mean cranberry/strawberry jell-o! limelindsey 7 years My sister and I are cooking at our parent's house. Well, everything except the gravy! My mom will do that part, she's the best at it! maddiemay 7 years We typically do 'Friend's Thanksgiving' b/c so many of us don't have family in Chicago! It's always fun and involves lots of food and of course vino! MsMO 7 years My House, mom and me doin' the majority of the cooking with my girls helping out where they want to. Usually we go to a catering place, but the 'rents are visiting this year so it's a big to do. :) BRANDYNICOLE730 7 years Don't know how we're celebrating this year. We are in talks with another couple to have Thanksgiving at their house, since they don't do gatherings with their family. Hopefully my parents cook, cuz they do the best Thanksgiving food. Thanksgiving is my FAVORITE holiday! whit2 7 years Going to Vegas, baby! PrincessTracy 7 years good question.... emalove 7 years Big family dinner at my parents, then on to the in-laws for some dessert and coffee. After that, I head over to my friend Jenny's house and hang out for awhile, it's been a tradition for us since high school! gruaig_rua 7 years No thanksgiving here :( stephsharer 7 years i've gone to maggianos with my family for the past 2 years. my mom doesn't like to cook. funny, huh?