After gorging on the three major Thanksgiving food groups (which are obviously mashed potatoes, stuffing and turkey), you might want to change things up when you eat the leftovers. (Or maybe you just want to eat a plate of exactly the same meal. That's OK too.) But for those of you looking to give your Turkey Day leftovers a little makeover, these mouthwatering choices should give you plenty of inspiration.Read Full Story
This spicy apple cider is made with green tea and two types of citrus — lemon and orange. I like to think of this cider as "fuzzy slipper worthy." Meaning, it's the perfect warm drink to enjoy with fuzzy slippers on while relaxing somewhere comfy and cozy.Read Full Story
If laboring over a hot stove, acting as a waiter to family members you barely talk to during the rest of the year and being left with a sink full of dirty dishes don't exactly sound like something to be thankful for, then fear not. These restaurants that are open on Thanksgiving Day are here to save your holiday.Read Full Story
I love Thanksgiving for the obvious reason: food. What I don't love are the piles of leftovers I'm stuck with once all the feasting is over and done. In my book, the most versatile of all the leftovers is turkey. There are so many things you can do with it.Read Full Story
People get real weird about the foods that are specific to their own traditions at Thanksgiving. Some need stuffing prepared a certain way. Some need their turkey deep fried. Some only want canned whipped cream for their pumpkin pie. I want butter molded into the shape of a turkey.Read Full Story
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