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Easy Thanksgiving Recipes from Iowa Girl Eats

Thanksgiving recipes Iowa Girl Eats Homemakers Furniture

It’s the best food holiday of the season! We are only a few weeks out from Thanksgiving and it’s time to start planning the menu if you have not already. When it comes to food, we turn to one of our favorite Iowa food bloggers: Kristin of Iowa Girl Eats. Many of her recipes are gluten-free and all are super yummy and so easy to make. The best part? Many of these dishes are easy to make ahead so you can save time on Thanksgiving Day for important activities (like eating).

Fourth of July Party: Your Guide to Celebrating with a Bang!

Fourth of July party from Homemakers Furniture

It’s the height of summer! The weather is warm, the kids are on vacation and now it’s the Fourth of July! We love this holiday for a number of reasons. This year marks 241 years of the United States of America declaring independence and it’s a day to remember our country’s history and celebrate.

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The Best Easter Recipe Ideas from “Iowa Girl Eats”

Easter Recipe Ideas from Iowa Girl Eats | Homemakers Furniture

Easter is less than a week away! Are you ready? Between prepping the baskets and coming up with a kid-friendly tablescape, the holiday can be a busy time. Today, we’re hoping to make it easier for you. We talked with Kristen, the blogger behind Iowa Girl Eats, to get her ideas on the best Easter recipes. Below, she shares a make-ahead breakfast casserole, a 3-ingredient fruit dip and more easy dishes. We’re getting hungry just looking at them. Keep scrolling to see Kristen’s mouth-watering eats and gather recipe ideas for your Easter get-together!

A Step-By-Step Guide to Hosting Your Anti-Valentine’s Day Party

How to Host an Anti-Valentine's Day Party

Is there any other holiday that elicits such strong feelings as Valentine’s Day? Many people seem to fall very firmly on the heart-eyes emoji side or on the crossed-arms emoji side. If you are part of the latter group and feel it’s time to take your antipathy to the star-crossed holiday to a new level, then this may be the year you throw an anti-Valentine’s Day party!

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How to Host Your First Friendsgiving

Get tips and tricks on hosting your first friendsgiving

So, you’re thinking about hosting your first friendsgiving this year. Well, buckle up because this isn’t your granny’s Thanksgiving. This is friendsgiving! It’s a time to kick back and spend quality time with your honorary “family” in a fun, laid back environment.

To properly show how to host a friendsgiving, we teamed up with one of our visual designers, Brandon Roush. Below, he shares décor advice, nametag ideas and tips on preparing for your first friendsgiving.