via:foodnetwork Be a Thanksgiving hero this year. If disaster strikes on Thanksgiving Day, face it head-on with these simple fixes for common mishaps. 1. Unexpected guests show up. Aunt Sally brought along her new boyfriend and his three brothers? No problem. You’ve already prepared for this by buying a boneless turkey breast. A […]
via:foodnetwork Click here to get all your thanksgiving tips and ideas! This is another instalment of Our Favorite Holday Recipies! Please do not forget the rolls this holiday season! Bobby Flav has a recipe for an all-american roll that melts in your mouth. Get the recipe here! Click here to get all your holiday cooking […]
via:time Here’s something you didn’t know about Thanksgiving: The woman who wrote the classic nursery rhyme “Mary Had a Little Lamb” also played an integral role in making Thanksgiving a national holiday. After a 17-year letter-writing campaign, magazine editor Sarah Josepha Hale finally convinced President Abraham Lincoln to issue an 1863 decree recognizing the historic […]
By this time tomorrow, many of us will be smacking our lips and filling our bellies. We’ll have the freedom to go to church to celebrate Thanksgiving, or not. And, if we want to take a YouTube jab at an elected official we don’t care for, we’ll be able to do that, too. But too […]
Tina and Erica Campbell of Mary Mary will be far away from their Los Angeles homes this Thanksgiving. The sisters will be in Atlanta at the Lenox Square 64th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting. The event will take place on Thanksgiving evening (November 24th) from 6-7 pm. Thanksgiving In Atlanta Find out who else will perform […]
Over the Years Though many competing claims exist, the most familiar story of the first Thanksgiving took place in Plymouth Colony, in present-day Massachusetts, in 1621. More than 200 years later, President Abraham Lincoln declared the final Thursday in November as a national day of thanksgiving. Congress finally made Thanksgiving Day an official national holiday […]
Thanksgiving blessings: Half of Americans say grace, half skip it Via:chron.com Ahead of America’s most grateful holiday, the Religion News Service reported on the significance of saying grace, a habit which splits Americans down the middle. For about half of the country, it’s an everyday thing. For the other half, it’s a never thing.