November 22, 2010
Our Favorite Thanksgiving Moments
Posted by MSLO Blogger
1 Using a recipe from the "Martha Stewart Cooking School" cookbook, producer Lisa Mantineo made this picture-perfect bird for her family's Thanksgiving feast.
2 "Living Today" host Mario Bosquez used tips he learned during last year's Hotline to make his turkey which he stuffed with three oranges and cooked over a bed of veggies.
3 When she was little, associate producer Katie Macpherson's mom crafted Thanksgiving-inspired costumes for she and her brother.
4 Marketing Manager Michael Lepow celebrates his first Thanksgiving with his five-month old son, Will. A simple dinner with good friends was the perfect way to spend the day.
5 "Making a Living" host Maggie Mistal celebrated her first Thanksgiving with her husband in 2009. Together, they made this delicious meal in their 4x6 foot kitchen!
6 Lauren Gould, "Living Today" associate producer, smiles during her 1st grade Thanksgiving celebration.
7 Online editor Jillian Macdonald plays with her brother and cousins post-Thanksgiving dinner. While they are all a bit older now, she and her cousins still love spending time together during the holidays.
8 Producer Jennifer Sendrow prepared this turkey-with-all-the-trimmings feast on a houseboat in Amsterdam while celebrating with a crowd of fellow expats. They actually got the turkey from a kosher butcher who had just one turkey for sale that morning!
Maybe it was the time you made a deep-fried turkey that impressed even the most critical of relatives. Or maybe it was the time hosted your first Thanksgiving dinner. We all have those Thanksgiving memories that we cherish more than others. Sometimes it's the amazing food we prepared that made this paticular moment so special and other times it's the people we were surrounded by that made it unforgettable.
I've always been intrigued by other families' holiday traditions and memories, so I sent a note to my friends on the Martha Radio team and asked each person to share his or her favorite Thanskgiving memory with me. Here's a little look at the team behind Martha Radio and some of our favorite turkey day memories. Enjoy.
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