In the next couple of weeks, you're going to hear a lot (probably too much) about turkey, stuffing, casserole, and pumpkin pie.
But we know—and so do you—that not everyone celebrates Thanksgiving the same way. Some people eat cauliflower instead of turkey; some eat sticky rice instead of stuffing; some eat string cheese instead of string beans; and some eat halo-halo instead of pie.
Do you have atypical, out-of-the-ordinary, thank-gosh-it's-not-turkey Thanksgiving traditions? We want to hear about them—and to celebrate the many different ways that we're giving thanks this November 26.
Send your unusual Thanksgiving recipes, traditions, and stories to [email protected]. We'll get back to you with more information.