We hear, all the time, about how we should not stuff ourselves with food, whether junk food or just too much food in general. It is often on Thanksgiving that we begin thinking about our New Year's resolutions. We push ourselves away from the dinner table, and we stare at the empty dishes - coagulated bits of cranberry salad, sticky and charred marshmallow from the yams, turkey gristle - and we wonder if we could possibly be responsible for such carnage.
Take liberally from every column, and leave feeling better than when you came in.
In fact, eat everything in sight. You'll thank me for it.
Your bill will reflect payment in full,
because the only things you are required to pay
are those parts of yourself that oppose what's on your plate.
From the Hoggatteer family to yours, happy Thanksgiving!