Good Ol' ThanksGIFing (it's the only day I get to make that joke).
Given that Thanksgiving is right around the corner, I imagine that some of you have procrastinated in picking up the hero of the annual meal. In case your local market is out of the fully prepped birds, you can always go the natural route and hunt one down yourself. This morning talk show advises you on what equipment you'll need and how NOT to use it.
Believe it or not, people have been cooking all kinds of savory meats in their dish washers since the 1970's. Reknowned chef, David Burke, says that can even include the star of your holiday feast! Sealing the bird tightly in a number of Tupperware containers and running it for a few cycles will apparently do the trick. It probably isn't the best way to get that classic golden sheen, but it will definitely be a conversation starter around the dinner table!
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Making the rounds on Tumblr right now is this photograph of a woman casually treating herself to some Thanksgiving turkey in the New York City subway. Could this be a sequel to Bettina Banayan's onion-chopping public stunt from earlier this year?
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Several attendees at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade allegedly found shredded confetti strips made from confidential documents belonging to New York City's Nassau County Police Department, according to the local TV station WPIX. Ethan Finklestein, a Tuft University freshman and one of the several parade-goers who noticed, says that he found legible imprints of phone numbers, addresses, social security numbers and police incident reports on the confetti strips, including an arrest log that read "At 4:30 A.M. a pipe bomb was thrown at a house in the Kings Grant' area." The Nassau County officials told the station that they will be launching an investigation and reviewing the department's procedures for the disposal of sensitive documents.