Thanksgiving

4 Ways to Survive Working Over the Holidays

By: |

The word "holiday" typically means plenty of time away from the office and a nice break from the crazy pace of work. We believe it's all about friends, family and celebrations. And while for many people that's true, there are many of us who have a very different reality over the holidays. Millions of workers will either have to work or feel like they must check in on work responsibilities. According to the Allstate/National Journal's Heartland

Read More

An Attitude of Gratitude

By: |

The calendar year is coming to a close, and the month of November is especially heartwarming for me. My birthday falls in November, as does National Philanthropy Day and, of course, the official day of “Thanksgiving.” I am grateful to be able to combine my personal and professional lives every day, living out my parents’ often-taught principle of “to whom much is given, much is required.“ I am a child of the 1960s, having helped to integrate an independent

Read More

Why November is the New January

By: |

Have you ever waited until January 6th  to start your New Year's resolutions? "Holy smokes, how is it already the New Year? I didn't even think about what I'm committing to. I guess my weekly thank-you notes and my diet can start in a couple days. On January 6th.” I’ve done it. I bet you have, too. Because every year, we do the same thing. We waltz our way through holiday parties, travel plans and family functions right into January. Then

Read More

Target Serves Up Leftover Turkey Recipes You Can Make in Your Sleep

By: |

With Turkey Day less than 24 hours away, our friends at Target have all of your last-minute essentials in the grocery aisle. But hold on — what will you do with your turkey leftovers? If you’re looking for leftover turkey inspiration — beyond the usual soup, salad and sandwich fare — the Target Test Kitchen has whipped up four killer recipes that transform excess turkey into mouthwatering one-dish meals — each with a Thai, Mexican,

Read More

Fowl Play: The History of the Presidential Turkey Pardon

By: |

"The Office of the Presidency — the most powerful position in the world — brings with it many awesome and solemn responsibilities,” said President Obama on a chilly November 2013 day in the Rose Garden. “This is not one of them." Nearby, a 38-pound turkey named "Popcorn" stood on a podium, white feathers ruffling in the wind. Popcorn, along with his understudy, "Caramel," were beneficiaries of the annual Presidential

Read More

Enhance Your Holiday – and the Taste of Ice-Cold Coca-Cola – with the Coca-Cola + Riedel Glass

By: |

’Tis the season for entertaining – from Thanksgiving to holiday soirees, it's also the season to enjoy an ice-cold Coca-Cola in a special way. The Coca-Cola + Riedel Glass will enhance the experience for you and your guests.  Riedel, the glassmakers known throughout the wine world for their varietal-specific stemware, have produced a glass inspired by the curves of the original Coca-Cola contour bottle to remind people of the specialness

Read More

Talking Tofurky: 4 Ways Vegetarians and the Families Who Love Them Can Survive Thanksgiving

By: |

That Thanksgiving is a meat-centric holiday is hardly disputed. The settlers who kicked off the tradition, celebrating the end of what had been a distressing dearth of food, did so with boatloads of animal-derived protein. That set the scene for 400 years of meat-based tradition. But with 7.3 million Americans following a vegetarian diet, a new tradition has appeared: tossing the occasional barb at a family member with an opposing dietary

Read More

Recipes to be Thankful For: Get Cooking With This #CokeJourney-Curated Menu

By: |

Chances are, you're among the millions of Americans scouring cookbooks and sifting through recipe boxes, poring over foodie blogs and cooking magazines, and emailing family and friends for Thanksgiving ideas. To help you prep for next Thursday's feast, we dug into our archives of fan-favorite recipes (inspired by Coca-Cola, of course) and pulled together a selection of tasty, stress-free dishes you can select from to create a delicious menu to suit

Read More

A Simple, Honest Braised Turkey

By: |

Brining a Thanksgiving turkey is a lot easier than you might think. Plus, it keeps your turkey moist and adds lots of flavor. I created a simple, no-fail citrus and tea brine that can be put together in just minutes.I brined my turkey for 24 hours using just a mixture of Honest Tea, Simply Orange, onion, garlic, lemon, and herbs. Remember my Coca-Cola Journey post on how to preserve herbs from earlier in the fall? I used the rosemary and thyme from

Read More

Honest Tea and Simply Orange Brined Turkey

Tips and Tricks:It is crucial that you thoroughly rinse both the inside and outside of the turkey after brining and before roasting, otherwise it will be too salty.Use the salty pan drippings to make gravy. Yum! The secret is to place a diced potato in the gravy while cooking since the potato will absorb the excess salt. Just let it simmer in the gravy for 20-30 minutes.NOTE: We invite our U.S. readers to join us on the new My Coke Rewards

Read More

COCA-COLA ON SOCIAL

1,028,360
LIKES
822,244
FOLLOWERS
781,921
FOLLOWERS
8,644,336
VIEWS
22,063
FOLLOWERS