In the middle of the summer they start putting Halloween decorations on display in stores, which are then quickly followed by Christmas decorations, and on November 1st, radio stations start playing Christmas music. What happens to Thanksgiving? It’s overlooked year after year. I love Thanksgiving, and I hate that it doesn’t get the attention it so rightly deserves. Here is a list of suggestions that will help make your Thanksgiving one for the Holiday-Hall-of-Fame, no longer to be overlooked.
Thanksgiving 101: Celebrate America’s Favorite Holiday with America’s Thanksgiving Expert by Rick Rodgers: Step-by-step instructions on how to make the best Thanksgiving meal for you and your guests.
The Perfect Pie: More than 125 All-Time Favorite Pies and Tarts by Susan Gold Purdy: Making the perfect pie can be an intimidating venture, but this book guarantees a perfect pie, every time.
Paper Crafts for Thanksgiving by Randal McGee: Make a turkey pop-up card, a table greeting, a family tree, pilgrims and more with these fun paper crafts the whole family can do.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles: After you’ve eaten all the pie and turkey and mashed potatoes you can handle, take time to relax and watch this movie about an uptight businessman that faces disaster after disaster as he tries to get back home in time for his family’s Thanksgiving dinner, and along the way is joined by an insane traveling salesman that will not leave him alone.
Takin’ Spring Longbeards by Jim Nabors: For the truly adventurous at heart here’s a down-home style, turkey hunting how-to, plain and simple. Tips and techniques garnered from some of the top turkey hunters across the woodlands along with several of the author’s own.