In all probability, you’ve been planning your Thanksgiving Day meal for a little while now. However, every year the issue surfaces of what to make and how much to serve, as the number of guests change, along with their eating habits. And I’m sure that you are not likely to want a fridge full of leftovers.
If you’re hesitating which food what to do, we have compiled this Top 10 list of Thanksgiving musts-haves. It must be a useful reference for your Thanksgiving-dinner-preparing.
Top 10 Foods for Thanksgiving Day
#3 Mashed Potatoes
#6 Pumpkin Pie
#8 Sweet Potatoes
#9 Green Bean Casserole
You can find more about the top 10 Thankgiving foods from the following presentation or PowerPoint-made video:
Have a nice Thanksgiving meal!
The 2010 Halloween is coming soon and this year, there’s an unbelievable selection of Halloween costumes from which to choose. Checkout the choices available this year for Halloween costumes we’ve chosen for you:
Top 10 Halloween Costumes 2010 Ideas:
Conan O’Brien… sad and funny at the same time.
Justin Bieber, if you have the hair for it… just do it!
Lady Gaga, meat dress… will freak out vegetarians!
Inception, Leonardo in his jammies… not so scary…
Joaquin Phoenix, if you are going for weird.
Avatar… Na’vi… sexier than Smurfettes!
Snooki… do the poof hair, the orange tan, shades, cell phone… you got it!
BP Oil… scary!
Christine O’Donnell… scarier!
The Situation, with the right beer-belly, could be really funny!
We’ve all heard “you are what you eat.” While a nutritious and well-balanced diet is of course great for our bodies, there are some foods that are more beneficial and more nutritious than others. We all know about the foods that we should eat that are deemed “healthy”, but what about foods that are good for just one very important part…say, the brain.
Here is some food for thought, literally. Below is a list of 10 foods proven to enhance the brain’s overall health as well as ensure it is functioning properly on a daily basis. So sit back, enjoy, and put those chips away!
Top 10 Foods For Brain Health
9. Whole Grains
4. Nuts and Seeds
3. Leafy Green Vegetables