September 22, 2011 15:33 ET

The Guy Who Stole Turkey Dinner!

Guys Taking All the Credit for Thanksgiving Dinner

SURREY, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 22, 2011) -

Most Thanksgiving or Christmas movie scenes involve the man of the house carving the turkey at the table.

Do people really try carving the turkey at the table and would you believe more men are actually cooking Thanksgiving Dinner?

Veena Thompson knows more men are trying to cook after creating a cookbook complete with a grocery list, how to set the table, what size turkey to buy and how to carve it. She hasn't missed a detail in her step-by-step book called, "I Can Cook... Turkey Dinner". The guide is so efficient she even added a time for a nap so the cook would be well rested when guests arrive. Thompson said, "I originally wrote the book for women aged 25-35 thinking women today are too busy with their careers to be learning how to cook Thanksgiving dinner." Thompson added, "The shocker is more men aged 30-50 have been purchasing the book for themselves. Instead of a nap I should have added go watch the PVR," laughs Thompson. "I think the guy that loves his BBQ is cleverly drawn to this book for bragging rights." Her book also includes pictures on how to carve a turkey because she thinks taking it to the table is too messy.

With the guys cooking everyone may be as happy as Dr. Seuss's Who's in Who-ville from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!"....ending it with...."And he, he himself, the Grinch - carved the roast beast."

The book is available to purchase for $19.90 online at:

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