Vintage Voice

Unearthing classic articles from previous issues of The Voice Magazine.

As Thanksgiving weekend gets underway in Canada, we present two reflections on Thanksgivings past.

Eating like it’s 1949.  Writer Teresa Neuman takes a nostalgic perusal through her grandmother’s cookbook, which she’s recently inherited.  “… my health conscience brain has put the brakes on deep-fried ‘Sour Cream Doughnuts’ (Page 1534) or I would be in the kitchen making them right now…”  Family Heirloom Not For Sale—”Worth another look”, October 8, 2003

More thanks than giving.  After stuffing himself with turkey, Greg Ryan sits back and enumerates what he is thankful for.  “Above all, I’m alive. Life itself is a gift to be cherished.  However, the Death Clock never stops ticking. As of this writing I have 929,620,615 seconds left to me.”  Thanksgiving Revisited, October 31, 2008.