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- Check the sign-up board for your office Thanksgiving potluck the day before and realize no one has signed up to make the turkey.
- Hope someone else has the same realization and will volunteer before you have to.
- Agree to make the turkey on your way out the door for the day.
- Hyperventilate when you realize that it will be impossible to find a non-frozen turkey anywhere.
- Google “quick ways to defrost a turkey.”
From How To Cook Your First Thanksgiving Turkey…In 101 Simple Steps by Rachel Manwill
Clos du Bois ($10)
A touch musty, and quite dry, this wine held up well against the sweeter Bogle with an almost smoky kick to it in the end. Definitely a good choice for those who like their reds robust.
From Cheap Wine Chic: Thanksgiving Pinot Noir For Pennies (or Under $10) by Nikki Steele
From Use It Up: What To Do With Leftover Mashed Potatoes by Amanda Nelson
If you haven’t been to the great Kentucky city of Louisville, there’s a good chance you’ve never had a Hot Brown. Not only has Louisville become a great food destination in its own right in the last 25 years, with innovative chefs, breweries, and distilleries, but it also has a rich tradition of iconic dishes. Especially the Hot Brown.
From Nothing Says The Day After Thanksgiving Like a Hot Brown by Bob Bires
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