We all know about All Saints’ Day (November 1), Election Day (November 5),
Veterans Day (November 11), and, of course, Thanksgiving (November 28).
But do you know what a Turducken is?
It’s a chicken….inside a duck…..inside a turkey!
CLICK HERE if you would like to give this dish a try:
National Split Pea Soup Week (NSPSW)
In honor of this highly anticipated week, break out your favorite recipe and make a batch or two.
Pea Soup Week (NSPSW)
National Buy Nothing Day
It's the anti-Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving (this year November 29):
When stores open at 4am to give you “the lowest deals ever” for all your holiday shopping. Instead of buying into the hype, decide to sleep in, curl up with a book and warm hot chocolate, dig into the leftovers, and buy nothing. Not even a pack of gum or a gallon of gas.
National Adoption Month
In an effort to recruit more families for preteens (youth aged 8-12 years old), this month is aimed at raising awareness to the adoption of children and youth from foster care. The campaign is supported by partnerships of the Ad Council, AdoptUSKids, the Children’s Bureau, and the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. You can find more information at https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/adoption/nam/
National Novel Writing Month
Always wanted to write a novel? Do it. And do it during the month of November. Add your name at www.nanowrimo.org and commit to writing one 50,000-word novel from scratch.