1 Photo Manager Stacey Tyrell's Thanksgiving turkey.
2 Video Producer Samantha Schultz's Frenchie, Preston, eyeing their tempting apple pie.
6 Associate Project Manager Emily Archer's 4 - and 7-year-old cousins were in charge of pinecone placement on the Thanksgiving table!
7 Patsy Pollack, Senior EVP Merchandising, prepped a pie crust for blind baking.
8 Patsy adorned her table with a rosemary topiary from The Home Depot in Atlanta.
9 There was heavy snow at Patsy's, which weighed down the river birch on her driveway.
10 Lisa Wagner, SVP Video Producer, set the table for 18 - the largest crowd she ever hosted.
11 Here's LIsa's red and black grape centerpieces.
12 She used these pretty faux bois paper napkins this year!
13 Setting the table and finding all the pie servers.
14 Lisa's mom checked on her apple pie.
15 Turkey ready for the grill.
16 A beautiful mahogany turkey
17 Lisa's mom made the gravy, as she does every year.
18 Chocolate cake with whiskey soaked golden raisins and persimmons.
19 Glogg and Cava
20 Our product design group hosted a Thanksgiving gathering at the office. Tracy Chou, Designer, Product Design, took this photo.
21 The pretty luncheon spread.
22 Another photo of the potluck Thanksgiving.
23 Desserts from Tracy's Thanksgiving at home.
24 Here's Digital Assistant Rebekah Lowin's table in Connecticut. Rebekah said she was "thankful for a wonderful first six months at MSLO, my big family, and a chance to relax at home."
25 The Lowin family enjoyed this 20-pound turkey - the entire thing was gone by the end of the meal.
26 An amazing turkey cake by Anduin Havens' mom, Karen Havens.
27 Anduin and her friends also enjoyed Moreiras Lemon-Thyme Martinis made by friend Lars Woodul.
28 Anduin's daughter Harper gave a small piano recital after dinner.
29 Tom McCormick, Associate Product Manager, and family clearly had fun with Thanksgiving-themed crafts and projects!
30 I love this Pine Cone Turkey.
31 Turkey candle stick holders.
32 Tom also loves to bake. Here is their chocolate pretzel pecan pie.
33 A mince meat pie.
34 Lourdes Rivera, Director Payroll & Benefits, Human Resources, set her family's Thanksgiving table.
35 Becky Mickel, Editorial Assistant - Weddings, Editorial Copy/Writers, shared Thanksgiving at her family's home in Monore, LA.
36 Becky and her mother styled this "dessert bar," which included an apple pie, a pumpkin pie, and a large butterscotch cake from Martha Stewart Living.
37 The Thanksgiving turkey was cooked on the grill with cheesecloth at the home of Melissa Stemple's, Marketing Director, Retail Marketing. Here’s the turkey hot off of the grill.
38 Allie Donnelly, Project Manager, Retail Marketing, celebrated with her parents at their home in Chevy Chase, MD.
39 They hosted 11 guests for dinner.
40 Her mother prepared the meal, but Allie was in charge of setting the table.
41 Allie's mom always references Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook for the dessert course.
42 She will not use any other recipe for her apple pie!
43 Allie's nephew Luke - celebrating the announcement of a new set of twins!
44 Our CFO, Ken West, enjoyed Thanksgiving with his family in Manhattan.
45 Ken and his family had great views of the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade!
46 SVP, Finance, Merch Ann Henry's family can't get enough of cookie decorating at Christmas, so they also do it for Thanksgiving.
47 They decorated leaf-shaped sugar cookies and gingerbread cookies shaped like turkeys and pumpkins. Ann's niece Lucy showed off her creation.
48 Ann's niece Fiona dreamed up "Candy Pie" - for kids who don’t like the traditional Thanksgiving desserts. The children collaborate on the design.
49 Leslie Robertson, Holiday Designer, at her parent's home in Richmond, VA.
50 The Robertson family's 10-pound, organic, brined.
51 A plate full of Thanksgiving dishes.
52 Samantha Perlman, Associate Product Manager, Retail Merchandising enjoyed a Mile-High Apple Pie.
53 The Perlman's roasted turkey.
54 The Thanksgiving spread.
55 Daniel Chambers, Digital Imaging Specialist, Print Production Management, took this photo before dinner.
56 Daniel's mother - their tree is already out and decorated!
57 Floral displays decorating the table.
58 Producer/Shooter Tina Weber celebrated with her fiancé’s family. Her mother-in-law-to-be incorporated these charming terra cotta colored turkey salad plates with a bright tablecloth.
59 Tina's fiancé Mike assisted his father in carving the turkey - or perhaps he was mostly sampling the turkey
60 Tina's guests all enjoyed the traditional side dishes she prepared.
61 Tina says that even though they were completely stuffed post-dinner, they indulged in three delicious desserts: caramel apple cheesecake, pecan pie and pumpkin pie.
62 Courtney Anderson, Director, E-Commerce and Merchandising shares her traditional pumpkin pie with a Studiopatro tea towel from the Martha Stewart American Made Market.
63 Courtney had a pumpkin pie and a pumpkin chiffon pie for dessert - one of which is resting on top of a PieBox from the Martha Stewart American Made Market.
64 Sasha Weleber, Digital Imaging Specialist, celebrated Thanksgiving at her brother-in-law's home outside Philadelphia.
65 A delicious plate of turkey, string beans, brussel sprouts, and cranberry sauce.
66 The table was beautifully set.
67 Butternut squash soup.
68 Jacqueline Landaeta, AVP Merchandising, Retail Merchandising prepped her turkey.
69 An original homemade centerpiece.
70 The turkey is done.
71 The table is set.