@chrisrockoz: The five stages of waking up:
5. Coffee We’re thankful for Thanksgiving, and the break from this routine – minus the coffee. We never take a break from coffee.
@CollegeCandy: You won’t believe how many calories there are in #Thanksgiving Dinner (or how far you have to walk to burn it off.) http://bit.ly/19LJBAF Say it with us: who cares? (Okay, okay – we’ll go for a walk after.) #eating #alltheturkey
@Allrecipes: When Thanksgiving leads straight into Hanukkah, you get the greatest food holiday of all time! http://ow.ly/qMFa8 #Thanksgivukkah Hello, eight days of light, liberty, and latkes. Our dream come true.
@BravoTopChef: What’s on your #Thanksgiving menu? Might we suggest this bacon mac & cheese? http://bravo.ly/1cI9xQQ #TopChef Uh… yes. Yes, you may. While you’re at it, what else would you like to suggest? We’re all ears.
@HuffingtonPost: Stuffing cookies are the new pumpkin pie http://huff.to/1bMO8rn #Thanksgiving We have a hard time believing this is a thing that tastes good, but it has “cookies” in its name. So we have to try it. It’s in the rules.
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The year was 1888. When what? you may ask. When Thanksgiving and the first day of Hanukkah last landed on the same calendar day. Now, 125 years later, the great crossover is happening again. Thanks to the Twittersphere and the brilliant nine-year-old who created the Menurkey, Thanksgivukkah is officially an unofficial holiday.
Ever in search of another reason to throw a party, we’ve scoured the web for a few Thanksgivukkah dishes to share – and landed on four chef-approved recipes from Refinery29. “Luckily, there’s some crossover between traditional Hanukkah fare and the stuff usually found on the Thanksgiving table,” Refinery29 says. “Looking for latkes? Swap out the spuds for sweet potatoes. What about apple pie? Try Concord-grape-jelly-filled doughnuts instead.”