Have you started to cook already? For last minute preparations, yesterday I found Mark Bittman‘s NY Times contribution of 101 clever ideas for the big feast, which all sound delicious. (Free registration required). He always comes up with unusual food ideas, and in our kitchen, we like to experiment.
Thanksgiving is understandably one of the favorite holidays here in the US: There’s no gift stress and a lot of food. If you are lucky the food is good and you celebrate with your nice family. If you can’t be with your nice family, or if your friends are nicer than your family, celebrate with your friends.
Wherever you are and whatever you do, have a great Thanksgiving!