Ingredients required for recipe:
- 1 part Jeopardy
- 1 part Cranium
- 3/4 part Wikipedia
- 2.5 parts little known information
*Mix well and dish up the goodness!
Who doesn’t like to hear a random fact of the day? We know our grins become a little bit wider whenever someone bestows enlightens us with a bit of lesser known information and we get to celebrate!
So to keep you guys on top of your game and “in the know” on all the many unique, bizarre, and random days of the year for spur of the moment (and sometimes very necessary) celebration… we will be providing you with these little golden gems once a week. Unlike Treasure Tuesdays, you never know when we’ll be disclosing this info. So keep a close watch: because we’d hate for you to miss the opportunity to celebrate. As an added bonus we’ll be throwing in a fun fact to keep your mind extra sharp…
To get in the Thanksgiving spirit we decided to do something festive, and it just so happens that this day in history, November 23rd, is known as “Eat a Cranberry Day“! So we took to the streets in search of the most delightful cranberry concotions. The cranberry is so versatile you can juice it, eat it as a snack, or use it as a perfect compliment to an entree. Along our search we were able to enjoy the cranberry in one of its most delicious forms on top of Turkey! Bam!
We hope you got your cranberry on today!
***Fun Fact of the Day: Native to North America, cranberries are grown in bogs, and are primarily grown in New England. When the pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, they found Native Americans harvesting them, and eating them. Native Americans also used them as dyes for clothing, and for medicinal purposes.