Thanksgiving is a family affair, and etiquette usually differs family to family. In some homes it's OK to put your elbows on the table, belch out loud and let women do all the cooking. In other homes you'll be thrown out on your rear for that kind of behavior. Let's take a vote on some common situations and establish a universal rule. Vote below!
This will be our first Thanksgiving as a new family. With my kids and Kelly's kids we're going to have a big crew. I volunteered to cook... but I've never done it before. I'm a pretty good cook, so I've mastered the basics, but when it comes to Thanksgiving dinner I don't know what I don't know.
Zucker Bakery, a Jewish bakery in New York City, is making a special concoction to celebrate the first day of Hanukkah landing on Thanksgiving Day! The bakery usually makes a Hanukkah doughnut called a sufganiyah filled with jelly or custard. This year they're making it with a sweet turkey and cranberry mixture -- plus more! See the photos!
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