A Thanksgiving Post with All the Fixings

Norman Rockwell, Freedom from Hunger, the Four Freedoms, illustrationToday is Thanksgiving and I am away from the office, spending time with my family, cooking, and cooking with my family. In no particular order.

In lieu of writing a new post, I have collected all the posts Susanne and I have written about Thanksgiving over the years. It turns out we have published quite a few of them. Some have recipes and some don’t.

New readers can enjoy some of the older posts. Just scroll through this list and check out the links while watching the dog show or the football game. It’s easy.

A Thanksgiving Roundup

Friends and Family

Food and Cooking



I hope everyone has a wonderful, cheerful, and delicious Thanksgiving Day. And don’t forget to help with the dishes so Mom can enjoy herself, too.

The First Thanksgiving, Pilgrims, Wampanoag Indians, turkey











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About Aline Kaplan

Aline Kaplan is a published author, a blogger, and a tour guide in Boston. She formerly had a career as a high-tech marketing and communications director. Aline writes and edits The Next Phase Blog, a social commentary blog that appears multiple times a week at aknextphase.com. She has published over 1,000 posts on a variety of subjects, from Boston history to science fiction movies, astronomical events to art museums. Under the name Aline Boucher Kaplan, she has had two science fiction novels (Khyren and World Spirits) published by Baen Books. Her short stories have appeared in anthologies published in the United States, Ireland, and Australia. Aline’s articles have also appeared on the Atlas Obscura website. She has been an active member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America since 1988 and is a long-term member of the Spacecrafts science/fantasy writers’ group. As a tour guide, Aline leads architectural and historical walking tours of the city for Boston By Foot, ghost tours for Haunted Boston and historical bus tours of the city. She lectures on Boston history and has appeared in the Boston Globe, as well as on TV for Chronicle, an award-winning television program that broadcasts stories of New England. As a lecturer, Aline has spoken at Brandeis and Tufts universities for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. She has also addressed as service organizations and local meetings. She is a graduate of Northeastern University in Boston and lives in Hudson, MA.

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