Ask the Readers: How Do You Celebrate Thanksgiving on a Budget?

Thanksgiving is all about gratitude, good times with family and friends, and — of course — food. The first two items don't cost a thing, but if you're hosting, the cost of making food for a large group of people can catapult your grocery bill into headache territory. And this is before you even factor in decor, cooking supplies, and extra utensils you may need to purchase.

How do you celebrate Thanksgiving on a budget? Are you usually the host or the guest at Thanksgiving? What dishes or tasks do you delegate to other people? Or if you're usually the guest, what do you offer to do for the host to make things easier on them?

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