Thanksgiving is almost upon us, and for many, the start of the Holiday shopping season. I thought I'd share Thanksgiving recipes, tips, and related stories from all over WebMD.
Do you have a Best and/or Worst Thanksgving story to share? Even if it didn't happen to you, almost everyone has one and they need to be aired! Follow the link to post it on the Food and Cooking Community .
Then take a look at Chef Domenica Catelli's Tasty.Easy.Healthy. blog. Her Thinking Outside the Can offers fresh cranberry sauce and a recipe for Brussels sprouts that aren't stinky. She also has ten tips for a Stress-Free and Delicious Thanksgiving to share. From brining your turkey to setting the table the night before, these are tips to check out.
Do you have some vegetarian friends coming over and you're not sure what to serve them? Try Elaine Magee's Pumpkin Cannelloni for a tasty offering even your non-vegetarian guests will enjoy.
Once Thanksgiving is just a yummy memory, The Healthy Recipe Doctor is ready to help you make sure those Thanksgiving Leftovers are Safe. Then you can make sure your guests don't take home bacteria with their leftovers!
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There has been some controversy going around the web about blogger Cop's Wife and the post on her blog, Nerdy Apple Bottom, where she discusses the reactions of other preschool moms to her son's choice of Halloween costume .
Her five-year-old, who she refers to as Boo, LOVES Scooby Doo. But, when he decided on a character to dress up as, he picked Daphne.
Even Boo was nervous when the day came to dress up in the costume and go into preschool. But, his mom was sure other moms of five-year-olds would get the humor. Some didn't, and went so far as to ridicule the mom for allowing him to make such a choice.
So, what do our parents here think? Is Boo destined to be a future cross-dresser? Does dressing up as a girl character mean he's gay? Or is he just a normal five-year-old with an active imagination?
What IS normal for a five-year-old?
Share your thoughts! (But, please keep them civil...thanks!)
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Hyland's Teething Tablets Recalled for Poisoning Risk Oct. 25, 2010 -- The FDA says some infants who took Hyland Teething Tablets show signs of belladonna poisoning.The product is being recalled. Consumers should immediately stop using and discard Hyland's Teething Tablets. The tablets, a homeopathic remedy, are supposed to contain vanishingly small amounts of belladonna, a toxin from a poisonous plant known as deadly nightshade.
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