With Thanksgiving just over a week away, we decided to chat about some odd foods you've had at Thanksgiving. We heard from lots of listeners about things like Saltine Cracker Stuffing, Circus Peanut Jello Salad (EWWW!) and Cheese and Pineapple Casserole. We thought that sounded a bit odd, but plenty of people have tried it and love it. So, I went online and found that even Paula Deen makes it, so it must be good. Here's the recipe for you........and Happy Thanksgiving!
This morning we found ourselves scratching our heads over the fact that Thanksgiving is just over a week away. Not sure how that happened, considering we just put away our flip-flops, but there it is.
Here are a few Thanksgiving food myths that we discussed this morning on WIKY -
I'm a big Cher fan have been for a long time. She was on David Letterman Thursday night, and she KILLED! Watch the video here...
Plenty of contestants on the WIKY Morning Show's Culture Quiz mention that they're bowling when we ask them on the phone what they're doing. This has led to a number of questions from confused, and some downright angry listeners, about how it is that so many people are getting through from this mysterious bowling alley.
And there are no happy endings.
It seems to have become a tradition - feeding veterans on Veterans Day. Plenty of restaurants do it, Golden Corral and Applebees are a couple that come to mind, and the WIKY Morning Show, too, with our Sixth Annual Vets Breakfast aboard the LST 325.
When we decided we wanted to do something special for Tri-state vets six years ago, the LST hadn't been docked in Evansville for that long and we weren't sure if they wanted to do anything like a free breakfast. They didn't hesitate to agree and it's been going on every year since.
We chatted on the WIKY Morning Show about an article we found and the reaction was quite interesting.
First, here are seven clear signs you might have a work spouse from CNN.com and Career Builder.com -
"...we decided we didn't care what the popular kids thought of us, we would always be there for each other. Now, 30+ years later, we are STILL friends, and we are STILL goofy and we STILL have fun!!" Delilah shares a letter from 14-year-old Miranda, who is being bullied at school.