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The FoodtoEat Team is Grateful For Mashed Potatoes, Fall Leaves, Family and More…

The FoodtoEat Team is Grateful For Mashed Potatoes, Fall Leaves, Family and More…

Thanksgiving is definitely one of our favorite holidays here at FoodtoEat. Mostly because it’s celebrated by bringing family and friends together over delicious, comforting, elastic waistline stretching food. Meet the FoodtoEat team and find out what our favorite Thanksgiving foods and memories are. We want to hear yours too – comment below!  Deepti’s Favorite Thanksgiving … Continue reading

We’re Giving Back. And YOU are too !

We’re Giving Back. And YOU are too !

It’s the beginning of November, and you know what that means. In a few weeks, you’ll be going home to eat. And most likely, EAT A LOT of really good food. Of course, you’ll also be thinking about everything you’re grateful for and how best to give back to your community. That’s what Thanksgiving is … Continue reading

Oyster Ice cream, a Unique Thanksgiving Tradition

At America Eats Tavern in Washington D.C., Chef Jose Andres has cooked up a unique Thanksgiving menu meant to explore the historical origins of classic American dishes in collaboration with the National Archives. Though Chef Andres grew up in Spain, he appreciates the traditional aspects of Thanksgiving, particularly oyster ice cream, which he notes was … Continue reading

The Origins of the Presidential Turkey Pardon

This year President Obama will offer his presidential pardon to two robust turkeys this year, in keeping with tradition of the presidents before him. The two turkeys this year were chosen from over 100 candidates as the National Thanksgiving Turkey. Liberty, a 19-week-old, 45-pound turkey won the honors, and similarly sized Peace won as the … Continue reading

Dining out on Thanksgiving? You’re not Alone

According to the National Restaurant Association, approximately 14 million Americans will dine in restaurants on Thanksgiving, and 16 million Americans will order takeout to help add to their Thanksgiving meal. The survey was administered to about 1,000 adult Americans, and backed up by decades of economic analysis of dining behavior on this holiday. The reasons … Continue reading