The past three years have shown us that much of life is out of our control, but we remain grateful.
As we begin dismantling holidays rooted in inequity and bigotry, we can choose to gather with loved ones and friends on Thanksgiving and spend quality time together and give back or perform impactful services within our community.
The holiday season can be stressful, especially for those who experience food insecurity or are having trouble making ends meet. Luckily, it’s easier than ever to get involved locally by donating time, money, or goods through a community-based organization.
- Volunteer at your local food bank
- Donate gently used coats to a coat drive with One Warm Coat
- Deliver and/or sort meals with Meals on Wheels
- Organize a food drive
Fíontans love food – we even have a very active Slack channel dedicated to food! In the spirit of sharing, we’re passing on several employee favorites:
- Apple Walnut Salad with Homemade Balsamic Dressing – Ahead of Thyme
- Best Ever Farro Salad – Delish
- Butternut Squash Soup – Food Network
- Cranberry Brie Pull-Apart Bread – Delish
- (Easy) Vegan Gravy – Nora Cooks
- (Perfect) Gravy – Delish
- Kale and Caramelized Onion Stuffing – Smitten Kitchen
- Pomegranate Salad with Cider Dressing – Love & Lemons
- Roquefort Potatoes – Family Recipe
- Skillet Biscuits with Cinnamon-Honey Butter – Pioneer Woman
- Southern Collard Greens with Ham Hocks – I Heart Recipes
- Vegetarian Stuffed Acorn Squash Recipe With Cornbread Stuffing – The Spruce Eats
- Absolutely Positively Perfect Thanksgiving Menu – Bon Appetit
- Herb-Roasted King Salmon with Pinot Noir Sauce – Food & Wine
- Spiced Brown Sugar Ham with Apple Jus – Food & Wine
- Vegan Pumpkin Risotto – The Spruce Eats
- Apple Pie Puff Pastry Turkey – Food Network
- English Walnut Pie – All Recipes
- Sheet Pan Pumpkin Pie – Food Network
- Vegan Cinnamon Rolls – Nora Cooks
Today and every day, Fíontans have much to be thankful for.