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About 769,760 tons of snap (green) beans are produced for one of the most popular traditional Thanksgiving Day foods, green bean casserole.

 

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November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving

Friends and family are on their way
The turkey's been roasting half the day
Don't forget when enjoying your sides
To give thanks for all you're able to provide.

Thanks for Thanksgiving

While enjoying your delicious Thanksgiving dinner this year, remember to take time and give thanks for the good family and food around the table.

  • Bring a dish or bottle of wine to share with your party. Let the hosts know how much you appreciate the effort (and food) by bringing something to enjoy with them.
  • Lend a hand wherever one may be needed. Whether you're setting the dinner table or entertaining the kids, keep the day stress-free by pitching in when you can.
  • Take a moment to share what you're thankful for this year. With full bellie's and smiling faces surrounding you it's easy to remember how moments like this are what we're really thankful for.
  • Volunteer at a soup kitchen if you have any extra time at all during Thanksgiving. Help make somebody else's day special by donating some of your effort and time.

Planet Green offers ideas for green gifts to bring for your Thanksgiving host.

Associated Press offers ten things you can be thankful for, no matter what your situation.

EHow.com gives a few tips on how to volunteer at your local soup kitchens during Thanksgiving or anytime afterwards.

 

 

Indoor compact composting system

 

Our greencookingpots are made of enameled cast iron and are free of any chemicals.

 
 

The natural abrasives in these scrubbing cloths make for a resilient kitchen utility.

The Green Microgym provides
a comfortable and effective workout space that also
strives to be self-sustaining.

 
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