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Happy Thanksgiving!

The raw, salt-rubbed bird in my fridge

A raw, salt-rubbed bird in the Kessler fridge

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone, and please, please, please don’t freak out over it. Remember:

  • It’s just a big dinner like any other.
  • You’ve got all day to cook.
  • If your turkey isn’t cooked enough, throw it back in the oven.
  • If it’s too cooked then, well, that’s what gravy’s for.

Be grateful for the friends and family you get to spent time with. Be grateful you have enough food to eat. And if you’re feeling a particular surfeit of gratitude, consider sharing some of it with the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

– Your friends from the Food & More blog

6 comments Add your comment

Lisa

November 23rd, 2011
5:59 pm

And we all have neighbors who are alone and would love an invite or a dinner delivered to their house. Many people are shy to say they’ll be alone — so reach out.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

kmb

November 23rd, 2011
6:59 pm

“If your turkey isn’t cooked enough,” that’s why God created restaurants!

Happy Thanksgiving.

jals

November 23rd, 2011
7:20 pm

John, we are thankful for the informative and entertaining columns and blogs you provide day in and day out. Enjoy your holiday.

Wino

November 23rd, 2011
9:06 pm

And remember that your whole family will be there, so bring extra wine!

Billie

November 25th, 2011
9:26 am

Has pumpkin pie deteriorated to the status of the fruitcake regifted round the world? We had one at our table yesterday and no one touched it, not even me!!

Rosie

November 28th, 2011
1:03 pm

Costco makes an awesome pumpkin pie. Its big and delicious