The great turkey experiment of 2013

When it comes to Thanksgiving, I'm a dreamer in theory and a traditionalist in practice. I spend the first weeks of November imagining all kinds of possibilities, and this year at least, filing them on Pinterest. But when it comes down to the day-of, I stick to what I know which is what we all... Continue Reading →

Thankfulness.

It was technically Koala's second Thanksgiving, but it was the first he could actually eat at. And eat he did. The toddler with three nationalities has plenty of room in his little belly for turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, potatoes and pie. But then, who doesn't? And who doesn't love drumming the 8-kilo turkey before mama... Continue Reading →

Thankful.

Yes. I celebrate Thanksgiving. Every year. There are some modifications, of course. I serve the big holiday dinner on Friday night, since this Thursday is a weekday in Israel, like any other. I don't have every exact ingredient; fresh cranberries are near impossible to come by out here. But I do manage to order a whole... Continue Reading →

Israeli turkeyliciousness.

Happy Thanksgiving 2007. As I've done for my last two Israeli Thanksgivings, I went to work today and am planning a big Thanksgiving Friday night Shabbat dinner of juicy Americanness. It wasn't until I had eaten my first slice that I realized the humor in me choosing Mama Oaf turkey slices for lunch today... Actually,... Continue Reading →

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