Happy Thanksgiving Everyone


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  1. Rob Underwood

    Happy Thanksgiving Fred. I hope you, Joanne, and the kids have a good one.

  2. William Mougayar

    +++ for the maple syrup and Canadian maple leaves on that sweet pie.Reminded me that Canada is almost each US state’s biggest exporter. http://image-store.slidesha

    1. Lawrence Brass

      interesting map

    2. Twain Twain

      We’re all moving to Canada, dontcha know? Lol.Marshmallow-topped sweet potato and pecans to go with the turkey, cooked by a lawyer from Delaware. One turkey was sous-vide, the other regular oven.Alas, no pies. One of the guys tried to make a bread+butter pudding with Panetone which made me regret not baking a pumpkin cake.https://uploads.disquscdn.chttps://uploads.disquscdn.chttps://uploads.disquscdn.c

      1. William Mougayar

        Marshmallow & potato is interesting.

    3. jason wright

      is this the future map if the US ever goes belly up? the land grabs seem geographically natural , especially Canada and Mexico, but how will France, Belgium, UEA, and Switzerland acquire their new overseas territories? Is it the Alaska model – the buyer gets bought out? The UK is so indebted it wouldn’t stand a chance in any bidding war.What is the relationship between Switzerland and Nevada?

      1. William Mougayar

        So many hypothetical questions!Not sure what’s happening between Nevada and Switzerland.

        1. jason wright

          Every hypo starts out that way. Trump.

    4. awaldstein

      note that i had sparkling mead pet nat from northern quebec yesterday. interesting and tasty and natural as they come.

  3. JimHirshfield

    I see you got your just desserts there. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours

  4. Mike Zamansky

    To you and yours as well.

  5. Thomas

    Thank you for your blog, Fred!

  6. RameshJain

    I like that you represent Thanksgiving with Pecan Pie. Not everyone eats Turkey (I do, but know many vegetarians) but most people will identify with a pie – pecan or pumpkin or apple. Happy Thanksgiving.

    1. fredwilson

      i love pies, especially on thanskgiving. we will have apple, pecan, cranberry, and pumpkin on our table

      1. Mike Zamansky

        Thinking about experimenting with maple sugar pie for next year.

  7. LaMarEstaba

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  8. jason wright

    Very tempting. Save me a slice. Have a very fulfilling day.

  9. Kurt Stangl

    Happy Thanksgiving Fred! I hope you and yours have a great day 🙂

  10. drmarasmith

    Fred, Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! I am thankful that you are willing to share your thoughts, ideas and questions. With gratitude 🙂

  11. Owen

    I’m pretty big on the future of Thanksgiving, I think blockchain technology will really revolutionize the holiday so it can compete with the established giants like Christmas. Time will tell though, Trump’s presidency has given this market segment a little uncertainty, but I know a good amount of VCs are excited about the growth potential.

  12. pointsnfigures

    Happy Thanksgiving to Fred and the rest of the AVC crowd. God bless you and your families on this day. Peace be with you.

  13. creative group

    CONTRIBUTORS:Those of us who volunteered today to give back to those less fortunate at various nonprofit organizations thank you for your unsung giving.

  14. creative group

    CONTRIBUTORS:Food should stimulate your appetite.Good food shouldn’t look like a prop.If you ever had a Grandmother, mother or aunts with the ability to cook we know the difference. Good tasting food doesn’t taste like the generic local Baker made it.———-Sweet potato pieDirections In a small bowl, combine the flour, Splenda, nutmeg and sea salt. In a large bowl, beat the sweet potatoes, egg whites, corn syrup, can’t believe it’s butter and egg whites mixture. Gradually stir in almond milk. Pour into pastry shell.Bake at 350° for 55-60 minutes. Cool on a wire rack for 1 hour. Refrigerate for at least 3 hours before serving.

  15. Tom Labus

    Aahhh, the couch.Have a peaceful day everybody

  16. Lawrence Brass

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone.Thanks Fred for writing every single day, sunny or rainy. Thanks also to those who write here about their thoughts, their stories and their dreams. Thanks for being yourselves and for defending being and living as you have chosen to.

  17. John Francis Charles

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  18. BillMcNeely

    Happy Thanksgiving! Great looking pie

  19. WA

    Giving thanks here for the decade plus views inside the sharing minds of the great collective. Health and blessings all…

  20. John Revay

    Happy Thanksgiving to the Wilson’s and the entire AVC community.

  21. Kirsten Lambertsen

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and all the AVC gang 🙂

  22. Mark Essel

    Happy T-Day!Hope most AVC’ers enjoy a long weekend too 🙂