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We're glad you showed up. We just weren't expecting an audience on the old blog today. Not sure if you heard, but it's Thanksgiving. We're sort of on holiday as it were.

Still, Chow Bella is not known for turning away an audience. For you loyal followers who took time out of your requisite family bonding moments to check up and see how we were doing, we present the above video. It's just a little something that made the rounds among our contributors. You may enjoy it. Consider it a Thanksgiving Day easter egg of sorts.

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