Giving Thanks & Gobble Gobble

1. Happy Dysfunctional Thanksgiving: Amy Sedaris Knows Hospitality Under the Influence

Amy Sedaris offers advice on dealing with family who are drunk or confrontational at the holidays. Plus, Radiolab's Robert Krulwich on the time a turkey fell in love with his wife. Amy Sedaris says she loves a family fight at the holidays and tells us how to deal with guests who are drunk and/or confrontational. Plus Radiolab's Robert Krulwich on the time a turkey fell in love with his wife.

2. 'Tis The Season for Thanksgiving Nightmares

Today on The Don Geronimo Show, Don talks about Black Friday, The Beatles library being released on iTunes, and Don invites listeners to call in with their Worst Thanksgiving Ever.

3. A Canadian Talks Turkey on American Thanksgiving

As a Canadian living in L.A., I get a lot of questions about my home and native land: What do you call your States? Why is your money so colorful? And do you guys have Thanksgiving?

4. Avoid Those Common ‘Food Failures’ This Thanksgiving

Jeff Potter, author of Cooking for Geeks, dishes up a few cooking hacks for Turkey Day on Science Friday.

5. Thanksgiving: Native Americans Tell Their Side of 'Pilgrim' Story

A new exhibition opened on Friday in Plymouth, Massachusetts, telling the story of how Europeans raided the area for slaves long before the Pilgrims arrived. The exhibit was made by a Native American crew, giving them the chance to tell their peoples' story.

6. Happy Thanksgivingkkah

In honor of Thanksgivingkkah, Ronna and Beverly give a special gift to listeners by finally answering YOUR questions. They offer some relationship advice, give us an update on Jordan, & let everyone know about upcoming live shows, and more! You're welcome!

7. 'Canadian Jon Stewart' Explains Canadian Thanksgiving

When Americans celebrate Columbus Day, our neighbors to the north commemorate Canadian Thanksgiving. But how, we wondered? Host Scott Simon interviews CBC comedian Rick Mercer, host of Rick Mercer Report. Mercer has been described, at least south of the border, as "The Canadian Jon Stewart."

8. A Little Jingle for Your Gobble: Holiday Feasts In Opera

As you prepare to feast upon cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie and your choice of entree this Thanksgiving, there's also an operatic feast to be had. Classical commentator Miles Hoffman joins NPR's Renee Montagne to take us through a five-course meal.

9. Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin Soup, Pumpkin Everything

We debate the pros and cons of pumpkin pie and discuss various crust redistribution techniques, as we approach Halloween and Thanksgiving. Plus pumpkin as an addition to your pasta or as a seasoning in your beverage.

10. Words of Thanksgiving Wisdom from Andrew Zimmern

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Go Fork Yourself! Andrew and Molly discuss their favorite traditions, least favorite foods, and Andrew shares his tips and tricks for putting together the perfect Thanksgiving meal.

11. The 'Father Knows Best' Thanksgiving Special

Take a trip back into time to hear this special Thanksgiving episode of Father Knows best, which originally aired Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 1950 on CBS.

12. Pillowcase Turkey? Here, Dink This Pumpkin Margarita

Turkey in a pillowcase, and turkey deep fried! Plus, Thanksgiving crab cakes in Alaska and, here in LA, pumpkin shows up in dinner rolls, stuffing and a Margarita.

13. Your Guide to a Digital Thanksgiving

Afraid of finding yourself amidst a Thanksgiving disaster? The Internet comes to the rescue, on this episode of Mixed Media!

14. It’s Turkey Lurkey Time! More Thanksgiving Disasters

Gobble Gobble! Thanksgiving is just a day away and we're looking back at some of the worst Thanksgivings ever- meal disasters, turkeys used as weapons and snack foods served as the main course. We're also sharing ideas on how to make your holidays easy, breezy and stress free. Plus, Adam Lambert’s Showgirls Moment, our appearances on the radio, Levi Johnston’s naked pics, and Oprah cancels Christmas.

15. Happy Thanksgiving, LA Style

The pilgrims may have arrived in America some 393 years ago, but modern Thanksgiving is celebrated by immigrants and their families, which has spawned much cross-cultural creativity. Oaxacan or Chinese-style turkey, anyone?

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