Thanksgiving's just a few days away so that means it's time to start getting ready for the big dinner. Since I'm a little partial towards geek sites and good food, we'll start off with this site--foodgeeks.com . The thanksgiving section recipes cover anything from the main course to the stuffing and all the sides to dessert, and of course the leftovers.
Once you've got your recipe down, a site like the National Turkey Federation or Butterball can help you out with the steps from picking a bird to the actual cooking and carving. The Butterball site has "how to" videos on different steps in the process as well as a toll-free phone number to call when you're standing over your oven and not your keyboard.
On the lighter side--especially if you're not involved in the dinner-making process, this Thanksgiving traditions site will give you a history on the dinner itself while this "not just for kids " site will entertain the kids of any age in your house.
For this week in geek, I'm Mark Avery.