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Mel posted, “Is there a specific phrase for the weekend after Thanksgiving? Working on marketing materials for my client and just wondering if there is a specific phrase that encompasses the weekend because ‘Black Friday weekend deals’ doesn’t seem correct.”
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Hannah wrote, “Vertical or Horizontal video – We’ve got a discussion going on in our department. We’re preparing to film a holiday video for our mid-size public library. It’s an Elf parody and we’re keeping it short. 1 -2 minutes. I was going to just create it on reels so we could be smiled upon by the Meta forces that be, but it wouldn’t really work well to be posted to YouTube in that format. What would you do? Stick with vertical video for FB/IG? Shoot both formats?”
Sweet and Sour Chicken Hot Toddy
Now hold on, hold on. Hear us out on this.
You’re gonna want to get your soup season kicking with this “brothtail.”
- 3 oz chicken broth
- 3/4 oz pineapple syrup
- 3/4 oz lime juice
- 1 dash Sriracha
- 1 1/2 oz gin
- In a small pot on the stove, combine the chicken broth, pineapple syrup, lime juice, and Sriracha (to taste) over medium heat.
- Once the liquid starts to steam, remove from heat and add the gin.
- Pour the heated cocktail into a mug or Toddy glass.
- Garnish with a star anise pod or lime slice.
Recipe by Liquor.com
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Did Ya Know?
What did Campbell’s sell before they moved on to soup?
Campbell’s was founded in 1869 and started out selling canned veggies, fruit preserves and butters, mincemeat, ketchup, and other condiments.
In 1895, the first Campbell’s soup flavor was Beefsteak tomato!