Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Top 5 Online Articles

Round Two: 12 Recipes for Turkey Leftovers
Delish, Lauren Donaldson

When you wake up from your post-Thanksgiving dinner slumber you're likely to encounter a full plate of leftover turkey. Now you have a choice: Eat plain, boring roast turkey sandwiches for the next few days or turn your leftover bird into delicious new dishes you'll actually enjoy. Need some ideas? These 12 flavorful options will leave you (and your family) feeling full and satisfied. But be warned: These delicious dishes may cause more Thanksgiving-like naps.

Why Counting Blessings Is So Hard for Teenagers
Nurture Shock, Nov. 24, 2009 By Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman

As Thanksgiving preparations shifted into high gear, media outlets large and small have been opining on the importance of gratitude, but, more specifically, they've often targeted their sights on the most ungrateful creature of all: the adolescent.

Walking by the score: Fall's a fine time to discover America's walkable neighborhood treasures
By Michael E. Ross for MSN City Guides

It's finally here: autumn, the season when the days get noticeably shorter and a sense of things winding down starts to take hold. As the leaves on the trees morph from gold to red to nonexistent, it's a great time to discover the joys of walking during this time between the action of summer and the hibernation of winter.

Top-Selling Christmas Gifts - The Evolution of Shopping
MSN Lifestyle

From pet rocks and potato heads to Tamagotchis and Tickle Me Elmo, take a year-by-year look back at that one must-have present that put parents in a shopping frenzy. How many do you remember?

118 Days, 12 Hours, 54 Minutes
NEWSWEEK, Nov. 21, 2009 By Maziar Bahari

On June 21, reporter Maziar Bahari was rousted out of bed and taken to Tehran's notorious Evin prison--accused of being a spy for the CIA, M15, Mossad...and NEWSWEEK. This is the story of his captivity--and of an Iran whose rampant paranoia underpins an ever more fractured regime.

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