After roasting, the turkey is stuffed with a Lebanese rice that is called “totbeea”—rice cooked with ground meat—that gives the bird the typical Lebanese touch.
Ebelskivers are golf-ball shaped pancakes from Scandinavia that we eat on Christmas Day. You'll need a special pan to make them, and it takes time to get the technique right, but it's worth every second. Add fillings or eat as-is, dipped in maple syrup or with jam.
Here are some simple ideas from the Radian team to show up for others during the holiday season and make giving back a tradition of your own.
1. Make holiday cards for hospitalized children. Contact your local children’s hospital’s volunteer department to coordinate, or work with an organization like cardzforkidz.org.
2. Help someone make a new tradition. If you know someone recently widowed or divorced, their holidays probably look a lot different this year. Reach out and offer to do a holiday activity together, or invite them to join in one of your family’s traditions.
3. Play Santa Paws at your local animal shelter! Collect toys, blankets, and treats to distribute to homeless dogs and cats. The shelter may even have an Amazon wish list.
4. Offer to decorate for a neighbor. Put flyers in your neighbors’ mailboxes offering to help string lights, move holiday decorations out of the attic or storage, pick up their tree, etc. An older neighbor or neighbor with disability may really appreciate having someone pitch in to make their holiday a little brighter.