Let your kicks kickstart the Thanksgiving table talk. Pick a side: which tasty Saucony Ride 14 running shoes do you prefer? The bright Green Bean Casserole or orange Sweet Potato Both feature a casserole pattern on the sock liner and interior plus the punny left/right message “THAT’S HOW I CASSEROLE.”
Family stressing you out at holiday gatherings? Lighten the mood this year when you go to cut the turkey with a chainsaw. While an actual chainsaw would be entertaining, we’d suggest the Mighty Carver, an electric carving knife which won’t end up destroying the bird or your dining table.
Whether you roast or fry, there are lots of different ways to prepare your Thanksgiving bird. The guys at BOSSlaser like to make their turkey from wood. It’s not as tender or tasty that way, but we’re sure it’s got lots of fiber. Have access to a laser cutter? Grab the design file from MAKE CNC.
“188º? Get out of there! It’s gonna blow!” Stephen Colbert dropped by the Butterball offices to help out home chefs as they attempt to properly cook their Thanksgiving turkeys. If the late night thing doesn’t work out, he’s got career potential as a customer service rep.
“It’s bad and good at the same time.” While we’re good with yams and cranberries, some of the turkey day side dishes of the past seem a little bizarre, like oyster shooters and pickled walnuts. Bon Appétit asked kids to try some sides from the past 100 years.
While most of us think of Thanksgiving as a time for celebration, it has a very different meaning for Native Americans. In this clip from Cut Videos, we hear from a number of our nation’s true forefathers and the mixed feelings the holiday stirs in their hearts and minds.