Invite your favorite 20-30 somethings over and host a Friends-themed Friendsgiving party complete with Rachel’s Traditional English Trifle! For the main course, serve Monica’s Roasted Turkey complete with Yellow Sunglasses and a Fez Hat. But try not to put it on your head, dance around, and scare your friends. Remember, Chandler is the boy who hates Thanksgiving and refuses to eat anything turkey related, so whip up some Righteous Mac and Cheese for Chandler and be sure to add a side of Baby Carrots in case anyone has any accidents with knives while wearing huarache sandals. And you could whip up some mini Grilled Cheese sandwiches as an appetizer for anyone else who hates Thanksgiving and serve them with a family-sized bag of Funyons. Actually, the Funyons go great crumbled over Chandler’s Righteous Mac and Cheese! But even though Chandler hates Thanksgiving, he did whip up some CHANberry Sauce one year! Don’t forget to make potatoes three ways: Ross’ Mom’s Mashed Potatoes with the Lumps, Phoebe’s Mom’s Whipped Potatoes with Peas and Onions, and Joey’s Mom’s Tator Tots. And for dessert? Monica’s Pumpkin Pie with Mockolate Cookie Crumb Crust. “Just like the Indians served!” I was going to make a carob chip cookie pie crust, but that’s just gross, so instead I used a chocolate cookie crust and sprinkled some cookie crumbs on top! It was delicious! And last, but definitely not least, Rachel’s Traditional English Trifle. As Rachel describes, “First, there’s a layer of lady fingers, then a layer of jam, then custard, which I made from scratch, then raspberries, more ladyfingers, then beef sautéed with peas and onions, more custard, and then bananas, and then I just put some whipped cream on top!” Yeah, you can make it the traditional way like Rachel and I did, which does, in fact, “taste like feet,” or you can swap chocolate cookie wafer bits and green M&M’s instead of the beef and peas. Your choice! Also, lady fingers can be challenging to find, so make it easier on yourself and swap them out for some pound cake. And while you’re at it, make the custard using a box mix!