Thanksgiving

Met Recipes: Pitcher Perfect Cider Sangria

There’s no better way to greet guests and kick off your holiday soiree than with a pre-dinner cocktail.  This simple and refreshing Thanksgiving treat will help keep guests entertained while buying you a little extra time in the kitchen. Sangria traditionally consists of red wine with chopped fruit and is often combined with other juices […]

Met Recipes: Scottish Shortbread

Met Recipes: Scottish Shortbread

Thanksgiving is only a few days away and this holiday season the Met Media staff wants to share some of our favorite recipes with you! This delicious recipe from Met Media assistant director Ronan O’Shea makes for a perfect addition to your dessert offerings. Compliment traditional pies, cakes and ice cream with this unique Scottish Shortbread […]

Roadrunners on break

Roadrunners on break

In 1661 the first Thanksgiving was celebrated at Plymouth Colony in present day Massachusetts to show thanks for the bountiful harvest after hard years of famish and death between the Native Americans and Pilgrims. It is a time to show thanks, come together to appreciate all of our gifts and reflect on the good in […]

Let the turkey have his day, Christmas

Let the turkey have his day, Christmas

I know what you all are thinking. Halloween’s over so that means it’s time to get into the holiday spirit. Well I hate to burst everyone’s bubble, but there’s another holiday right around the corner and it’s not Christmas. Thanksgiving, while not always the most important holiday on ev- eryone’s calendar, does represent a special […]

Blink-182’s Tom Delonge is now a children’s author, “legal graffiti” disappearing in NYC, and other news

Blink-182’s Tom Delonge is now a children’s author, “legal graffiti” disappearing in NYC, and other news

Yes, you heard us correctly: one-third of the band that once asked, “What’s my age again?” is now a children’s author with the upcoming release of his first book, “The Lonely Astronaut on Christmas Eve.” Now every former pop-punker from the 90s can introduce his or her five-year old to the wonder that was formerly […]

Thankful for veggies and wine

The leaves are changing, the cornucopias are filling, tiny hands are constructing pilgrim hats, and turkeys will soon be brined — the month of thanks will soon reach its climax on Nov. 27. All the while I sit feeling like the odd duckling. Why you ask? Well, I’m a vegetarian on Turkey Day. For those […]

Tao Te Thanksgiving

Tao Te Thanksgiving

Greetings Earthlings, I was just sweeping my home, collecting dust bunnies and the occasional candy wrapper from the trick or treating of Halloween, and I looked out my window.  The people across the street were decorating their house for Christmas.  I stood dumbfounded—did I really just block out Thanksgiving? Did my family behave that bad? […]