2020 was a year of disasters, but we still have a lot to be thankful for. We are a resilient city thanks to our caring, hardworking and hardworking people. There are our narrow neighborhoods that make us special. I could wander the streets endlessly and never get tired of seeing all the beautiful houses. This is a gathering place that usually makes Thanksgiving a very popular holiday.
But this is not a “typical” year.
Due to COVID-19, we were asked not to hold family meetings. This means that all of our homes will be a little less noisy and cluttered. Our holiday tables always look different with less change and fewer friends to share.
What do we do? Maybe we can support that sense of community by bringing ready-made meals into our home while supporting the region’s restaurants, which have been hit hard. One thing we can all agree on – we are grateful to our local chefs.
So, Buffalo – let the others cook this year or all. Take this opportunity to add something new to your table, try a new aspect, create a new tradition, or take the time to interact with your loved ones against the onslaught of a hot and messy kitchen. Isn’t that good?
If you’re thinking of someone else cooking your Thanksgiving meal this year, we’ve put together a short list of restaurants that offer the ingredients you need, and some.
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If you have any offers, or are a restaurant and would like to be included in this list, please email us email@example.com. This list will be updated until Tuesday, November 24, 2020, at 6:00 p.m.
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