|Image of deliciousness courtesy|
If you are a frequent visitor, you'll know about our Halloween posts, showcasing some amazing Jack-O-Lantern art. That's a pretty easy idea right there. But what can I do about Thanksgiving?
I could rehash the history of Thanksgiving, about the Pilgrims and the Native Americans and the way they put their differences aside and came together in harmony for a huge feast. But since the next day, the Pilgrims spread their smallpox to the Natives and stole their land once they were nearly decimated, I decided to pass on that idea.
Then I figured I could do something concerning the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, showing off the balloons that have taken part throughout the years. In all honesty, though I didn't have the time to research that, so maybe I'll put that in my back pocket for the future.
I had the idea to compile some delicious recipes, maybe even show a few videos of the Food Network chefs making delicious Thanksgiving dishes. But that just seemed kind of trite.
Since I just couldn't seem to narrow down what I want to do in this post, I figure I'll just do all three.
So, here's the History of Thanksgiving, courtesy of the History Channel...
...the Spider-Man balloon, floating through Manhattan...
...and Alton Brown fries a turkey, in three parts.
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!