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2012 Holiday Card

It’s that time of year again, wherein I take a decidedly different approach to the holiday card, ignoring all established rules and norms with respect to proper holiday sentiment. This year’s card is up and you can see it here (with links and such to all prior cards going back to 2002). Enjoy!

Dr. Kitchenstein Presents: All-Hallow’s Giving 2012 – “Oy Vey, Thanksgiving as Jewish Food”

As explained in a previous post, in 2002 I created a holiday, All-Hallows’ Giving. You can read all about it here, and a recap of the 2010 iteration here (2011 marked the 10th Anniversary of AHG and was marked by a “blind pot luck”, so it was less a “Dr. Kitchenstein” type event, though I suppose it might be worth posting something about the “Oreo Soup” I prepared for that one.

But this year’s evening was framed on the premise of: how might one interpret a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner through traditional Jewish foods. And, well, here are the results:

2011 Holiday Card

It’s that time of year where holiday cards fill mailboxes…children and pets posed amidst snow or trees or other holiday ephemera. It’s also when I take a decidedly different approach to the “holiday spirit”. This year’s card is up and you can see it here.

New Stuff

Just in time for the holidays, all kinds of new stuff:

First up, speaking of holidays, a new holiday card for 2007 is up in Pictures.

In Comics, under “From What School?”, you’ll find a one-page comic based on a conversation about comics on a talk radio show (phew!) that may or may not entertain you.

And finally, under “Nickelodeon Magazine” in the Portfolio section, click on the li’l image of SpongeBob and Patrick on the bottom right. Why? Because there you’ll find my first official printed published writing work for Nickelodeon. Now, in the interest of full disclosure, this comic is appearing internationally first; someday it’ll hopefully see print here in the US. But, in the meantime, it’s here, on my site…That’s right: Exclusive!! (and when it does find its way to American shores, I’ll give you the scoop)

All of that said, I hope you enjoy it.