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    State by state, here are America's favorite Thanksgiving leftovers

    We think of Thanksgiving as one big eating event when, in reality, it's one large meal and several days of leftovers.  After a day or two of turkey salad sandwiches and reheated green bean casserole, Thanksgiving can get tiresome. But there's one leftover that Americans keep coming back for: stuffing.  According to a survey conducted by The Honey Baked Ham Company, the top Thanksgiving leftover in 48... Continue Reading >


  • These amazing turndown services will make you rethink that "Do Not Disturb" sign

    These amazing turndown services will make you rethink that "Do Not Disturb" sign

    It’s tempting to put the “Do Not Disturb” sign on your door after a long day traveling or sightseeing and skip turndown service since, at most hotels, all that means is housekeeping will pull your blanket back and maybe – just maybe – leave a mint or a piece of chocolate on your pillow. Here are 10 hotels that go way beyond that. They’ll leave you a special gift – and a warm feeling of contentment... Continue Reading >


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  • Bannock – indigenous bread – is having a moment in Toronto

    Bannock – indigenous bread – is having a moment in Toronto

    Virtually every culture on earth has its own special relationship with bread. While the Old World was baking baguettes and sourdough, the Indigenous peoples of the New World were handcrafting skaan and frybread. During North American colonization, sadly, the Europeans imposed their will over the First Nations with a heavy hand. In Toronto, bannock exists as a reminder of that lamentable past. It is as... Continue Reading >


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