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Ina Garten: Google celebrates with pre-Thanksgiving recipe doodle

Google changed their logo today to a pre-Thanksgiving doodle that promotes the recipes of Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa.

By Staff / November 23, 2010

Google celebrates with pre-Thanksgiving doodle, an assortment of vegetables and ingredients one might use to prepare a Thanksgiving feast (carrots, onions, and cranberries).

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The Google homepage today has transformed the OO's in the Google logo with an assortment of vegetables and ingredients one might use to prepare a Thanksgiving feast (carrots, onions, cranberries, and herbs). Click on the logo and you will be redirected to "Ina Garten's Thanksgiving Recipes from Google."

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Who is Ina Garten? She is an American cookbook author, former White House nuclear policy analyst, the host on The Food Network's "Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics," and the designer of today's Google Doodle.

The search engine is promoting six of Ina Garten's simple recipes such as, turkey with herb and apple stuffing, sweet potatoes, and a pumpkin banana mousse tart, to help you plan your Thanksgiving menu.

Not to be outdone by Ms. Garten, the Monitor's Stir it Up blog also has a few Thanksgiving recipes worth checking out, such as Thanksgiving fennel salad, Wild rice and fruit salad, pumpkin coconut pie. Cooking for a vegan? Try this stuffing recipe.

Happy pre-Thanksgiving cooking!

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What has been your favorite Google Doodle? The Wizard of Oz, X-ray Google, or Dizzy Gillespie? Let us know in the comments below.

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