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The National Jukebox Day Celebration—The Day Before Thanksgiving

Nov 20, 2017 |  Retro Staff No Comments

  This November 22nd, the day before Thanksgiving, we celebrate the second annual National Jukebox Day. Begun by TouchTunes, the largest interactive music network, Jukebox Day is an occasion to celebrate one of the most iconic of music players ever made. In case you’re wondering why the day before Thanksgiving was appointed as National Jukebox

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Thanksgiving Turkey: My Favorite Recipe & Tips

Nov 17, 2012 |  Retro Staff No Comments

I’ve eaten loads of turkey, and I’ve roasted plenty. As an avid cook, I’m always looking for ways to cook “smarter not harder” while also producing a great-tasting entree. I’ve tried many recipes and followed many tips for roasting turkey. Years ago I simply buttered and salted the bird heavily before roasting. I’ve tried the

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Filed under: Retro Food and Recipes Tagged with: holidays, recipes, Thanksgiving

Weekend DIY: Pilgrim Puppets

Nov 16, 2012 |  Retro Staff No Comments

Reminisce about the days when you took milk cartons, paper towel rolls and, yes, even toilet paper rolls to school for a fun craft project. These Thanksgiving pilgrims are made from the simplest materials – cardboard tubes, construction paper, glue and crayons. What we love about this craft is that it’s great for the kids,

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Filed under: DIY & Upcycling Tagged with: crafts, DIY, Thanksgiving

10 Great Holiday Gifts for Thanksgiving

Nov 07, 2012 |  Retro Staff No Comments

Ever since I’ve been spending Thanksgiving with my husband’s family we’ve given each other small, token gifts before we take to the dinner table. It started as my in-laws bringing us host gifts, and grew into a gift exchange. Since Thanksgiving Day is when we also setup the tree and decorate for December, these presents

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Share Your Retro Style Thanksgiving Recipes

Nov 11, 2011 |  Retro Staff No Comments

Everyone has particular recipes they remember from family Thanksgivings of years past. Many of us feel we can’t properly celebrate the holiday without having certain dishes appear on the table year after year. I know this to be true in my own case. For me it is my Mother’s sweet potato casserole with crushed pineapple

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