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An etiquette expert tackles "when a host says no!"

To bring or not to bring? More than any other holiday, Thanksgiving is all about the food. But is more really better? Etiquette expert Esteve Boyd says you should always ask if you can bring anything to the dinner table -- and if the host says "no," take it as a hard "no." Boyd says, “If the host says they have it covered, then don’t insist on bringing your green bean casserole. It is highly likely that the host has gone to lots of trouble to make sure that the menu is to their liking and will feel obliged to serve your dish.” Instead, Boyd suggests, show up with "some beautiful flowers in a vase, some gourmet food items that the host can enjoy another time or even some lovely wine.  

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