The day after Thanksgiving, one of the busiest shopping days of the year, has a rather sinister label: Black Friday. How did that happen?
When your uncle starts to talk politics, get the conversation back on track with these Thanksgiving tidbits instead.
John Hughes’s own hellish trip from New York City to Chicago inspired ‘Planes, Trains and Automobiles,’ the 1987 Thanksgiving classic starring Steve Martin and John Candy.
Before you talk turkey this Thanksgiving, find out what we know about the phrase’s meaning and origins.
Popovers make a delicious alternative—or supplement—to the classic stuffing and rolls served with a traditional turkey dinner.
Those frilly paper caps on your turkey's legs have been called “turkey frills,” “turkey booties,” and even “turkey panties.” Here’s where they came from.
Since the 1920s, Macy's has sent more than 90 versions of its famed Thanksgiving Day Parade down the streets of Manhattan.
To prevent spilled dishes and spoiled perishables from ruining the meal, check out these tips for safely packing and transporting food to Thanksgiving dinner.
From ‘The Sopranos’ to ‘It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,’ these TV shows capture all the things you love (or hate) about Thanksgiving.
According to a new survey, many Americans would be happy to skip the turkey altogether on Thanksgiving—but that's not their most hated dish.
Don’t leave your Thanksgiving grocery shopping to the last minute this year. Aldi, Publix, and Trader Joe’s are among the businesses giving employees the day off on the fourth Thursday in November.
In its very first season, ‘WKRP In Cincinnati’ created the greatest Thanksgiving special about a misguided turkey delivery ever made.
Here’s what you need to know about the art of brining a turkey—including how long you should brine it.
Why do the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys always take to the field for a Thanksgiving football game? Because it’s tradition! But how did this tradition begin?
The slice of pumpkin pie is tucked among the turkey, Brussels sprouts, and squash in this Thanksgiving food hidden image puzzle.
Ever wondered if yams and sweet potatoes are the same thing? Read this before sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner.
Before diving into Christmas content, don't forget to add these Thanksgiving movies to your watchlist.
Pumpkin pie was actually born in Europe—until American colonists claimed it as their own in the late 18th century.
'Christmas creep' is getting stronger, with chocolate Santas popping up the second Halloween wraps. Here's why.
We look back at the history of Thanksgiving to explain how turkey, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie got on your plate.
The loose flesh that hangs from a turkey’s neck isn’t the most attractive part of the bird—to humans, at least.
New Year’s resolutions aren’t doomed to fail, Halloween isn’t about devil worship, and Christmas isn’t celebrated on December 25 because Jesus was born that day.