And to all a happily full night. As Thanksgiving rounds the corner and the holiday season unfolds, we’ve gathered some trending pieces of the Internet for you to enjoy with your pie. Starting with this video:
Thanksgiving Served by Famous Artists
Looking for a little artistic inspiration for your Thanksgiving dinner display? Check out this site – someone has envisioned how famous artists would tastefully arrange your feastings on your plate. Check out everyone from Jackson Pollack to Vincent van Gogh.
Hot Dog Turkey
If these artistic options are a little too high-brow for you, dry turkey breast doesn’t make your mouth water, or you forgot to start defrosting the turkey three days out, no worries. Learn how to make a Thanksgiving turkey from hot dogs. Yeah, you heard me. You know there are turkeys trotting around right now singing, “Oh, I wish I were an Oscar Mayer weiner. . .”
U.S. Migration Patterns Infographic
Let’s go back to where Thanksgiving started, with the arrival of the Pilgrims, an important migrant group to American history. The New York Times published an infographic of migration of people in and out of states since 1900. It shows some interesting patterns, and could also serve as some inspiration of your next infographic. How do you fit into U.S. migration patterns? Do you live in the same state or country where you were born?
Have you ever thought, “Boy, I sure wish I could wrap my gifts together to look like a cheeseburger or steaks on a cutting board?” Look no further – head over to Gift Couture and wrap your Black Friday gifts in a way that says, “I am thankful for all-American beef.”
From all of us here at ADG, Happy Thanksgiving.