Hudson Valley Thanksgiving Guide 2010
We’ve got the lowdown on how to carve the bird, plus easy-to-follow side-dish recipes that are sure to wow your guests. Rather eat out? We’ve got that covered, too
On KP duty this Thanksgiving? Don’t worry — we’ve got the lowdown on how to cook your turkey, so all you’ll need to worry about is winning that wishbone contest
You’ve baked it... now what? Our step-by-step guide, courtesy of Chef Paul Sartory of the Culinary Institute of America, shows you how to perfectly slice and dice your bird every time
No Thanksgiving meal is complete without some fixins on the side. If you want your spread to stand out from the rest, try these three unique side dishes, complete with easy recipes
Did turkeys once nearly go extinct? Can they fly? Are they really stupid creatures? Biologist Doug Little of the National Wild Turkey Federation busts the myths behind the bird
We compiled our editors’ favorite home-made Thanksgiving Day recipes, from our Hudson Valley homes to yours. Bon appétit!
There’s nothing like spending the holidays in New York city: the lights, the people, the giant Spongebob Squarepants float... hence, Economical Explorer’s latest deal
The last of the turkey has been gobbled up and the fam’s not fans of football. What to do? Poptional Reading has the answer
If you’d rather rush to the theater instead of fighting over a wishbone, Poptional Reading’s guide to Turkey Day flicks was meant for thee!
Not everyone feasts at home on Thanksgiving. If you’re looking for something a little different (and to keep your family from tearing up your house), take a trip to these five away-from-home activities and dinner packages
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