Highly scientific polling, of course. Spared no expense.
Remember where you are--this is Turkeydome, and hungry mouths are listening, and will take the first dish that screams.
Looks like meat is back on the menu.
I know that for myself, cooking or decorating on a theme can help me get more excited for a project. In that vein, I've cobbled together some geeky resources and recipe ideas for cooking a Thanksgiving meal that will be just as much fun to create as it is to eat. Accio grub!
9/10 kids—or one full-grown blogger—agree that eating peas is madness.
"This is madness!" "THIS. IS. THANKSGIVING." *Kick.*
We've all faced the dilemma of attending Thanksgiving and being totally unprepared to bring a side dish, for any number of reasons. Maybe you're working like ten dogs to clear your desk before the long weekend. Maybe you don't want to do the disrespect of competing your mother-in-law's famous mashed potatoes. Maybe, you're just not much of a cook. There's no shame in any of those scenarios. There is, however, an undying shame in showing up to Thanksgiving dinner empty-handed -- don't worry though. Whether you've been tasked with a specific side or left to your own devices, we've got you covered with seven selections you can safely bring to any Thanksgiving feast to ensure you look like a great guest without breaking the bank or a sweat.