thanksgiving

10 Tips For Throwing A Family-Free Friendship Thanksgiving

By: Wendy Atterberry / November 19, 2010

Because my parents live in Europe and I’ve lived in the States for the last 16 years, I’ve had lots of opportunity to indulge in what I call the (mostly) Family-Free Friendship Thanksgiving, a holiday I always look forward to. For the uninitiated, that’s when Thanksgiving turns into a cozy combination of all the best… More »


Forget Turkey This Thanksgiving—Eat Unicorn

By: Ami Angelowicz / November 18, 2010

Unicorn, the other white meat, has been steadily growing in popularity. But this Thanksgiving, Radiant Farms wants to put uni on every table. What a way to add that extra sparkle and shine to an already fantastical holiday! [The Daily What]… More »


Martha Stewart Is A Drunken Turkey Murderer

By: Ami Angelowicz / November 11, 2010

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Thanksgiving Dinner For The Lazy

By: Ami Angelowicz / November 10, 2010

Slice of Thanksgiving layer cake anyone? Just think of all the dishes you won’t have to wash. That’s truly something to be thankful for. [BuzzFeed]… More »


eCard Thanksgiving Vegetarians?

By: Squidtermz / November 1, 2010

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eCard Thanksgiving Thankful

By: Squidtermz / November 1, 2010

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eCard Thanksgiving Dinner?

By: Squidtermz / November 1, 2010

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eCard Thanksgiving Run

By: Squidtermz / November 1, 2010

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eCard Thanksgiving Bite Me!

By: Squidtermz / November 1, 2010

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Who Would You Invite To Thanksgiving Dinner?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / November 26, 2008

I love this game! Okay, so, which five people — alive or dead! — would you most like to share Thanksgiving dinner with? Catherine says, “Audrey Hepburn and all the guys who’ve played James Bond, except Roger Moore.” Annika got a little more creative than Catherine and said, “Coco Chanel, Patti Labelle — she ca… More »


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