guide complete with recipes, information, and helpful tips that will help you have a more delicious, less time consuming, and more sustainable Thanksgiving. Check out these tips for saving time and money while boosting the nutritional content, flavor, and appearance of your cooking. And the list of recipes is very comprehensive, taking into account both vegetarian needs and what to do with the leftovers after the big day. The guide also delves into the history behind the holiday, avoiding the sugar coated story often taught to us through advertising and the school system.
A couple weeks ago, I posted about the advantages in buying a local, organic, sustainable, or heritage turkey. Slow Food's guide also has information and resources about sustainable and heritage turkeys, and in my opinion elegantly describes why it's ultimately in your best interest as a consumer to go this route.
Thanksgiving is, as a modern holiday, a time to celebrate the bounty and joy of life with family and friends. We live in a fast-paced technologically advanced society, but that doesn't need to overwhelm us this holiday season. Finding the time to relax and enjoy your local harvest is not only good for the economy and the environment, but good for you as well.
Wishing you the best of luck in your pre-holiday preparation,