We’re serious! Although, for the record, we have not tried this and typically don’t recommend trying TikTok trends as they have been known to cause serious bodily injury and harm. That being said, Julia Georgallis, who wrote ‘How To Eat Your Christmas Tree’ says you can pretty much eat the whole thing! (Make sure you get all the tinsel off first!)

Julia said in an interview with The Guardian, “You can use the needles as you would rosemary or bay leaves, for flavor.” I did use some rosemary for my Christmas dinner. I also set the oven on fire so I would take my cooking advice with a grain of salt. See what I did there?

Apparently, you can also use those needles to infuse beverages, make tea, blend into vinegar, make syrup, pickle eggs and other vegetables and more. Who would have thought? Other people say if you replant your tree you can also eat the buds the following year. Yummy. I’m not opposed to this, however I have a fake tree which you CAN NOT eat. I shouldn’t have to say that, but I feel like I need to.

Anyway, if you’re looking for something to do with that Christmas tree, try eating it!

26 Albums that Turn 30 in 2023

When it comes to albums that turn 30 in 2023, there’s something for everyone.

If you’re a fan of the “unplugged” trend, three artists released killer unplugged LPs: Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Rod Stewart. Love female singer-songwriters? Melissa Etheridge, Sheryl Crow, Liz Phair, PJ Harvey and Bjork released some incredible albums. Dig major rock bands? Aerosmith, Tool, Radiohead, U2, Nirvana, Pearl Jam and more released some must-own LPs.

Scroll below to see 26 albums that turn 30 in 2023!

  • Tool - ‘Undertow’

    Released April 6, 1993.

  • Bruce Springsteen - ‘In Concert/MTV Plugged’

    Released April 12, 1993.

  • Nirvana - ‘In Utero’

    Released September 21, 1993.

  • Smashing Pumpkins - ‘Siamese Dream’

    Released July 27, 1993.

  • Depeche Mode - ‘Songs of Faith and Devotion’

    Released March 22, 1993.

  • Bjork - ‘Debut’

  • PJ Harvey - ‘Rid of Me’

    Released May 4, 1993.

  • Blur - ‘Modern Life Is Rubbish’

    Released May 10, 1993.

  • Liz Phair - ‘Exile in Guyville’

    Released June 22, 1993.

  • Counting Crows - ‘August and Everything After’

    Released September 14, 1993.

  • Radiohead - ‘Pablo Honey’

    Released February 22, 1993.

  • Pearl Jam - ‘Vs.’

    Released October 19, 1993.

  • The Cranberries - ‘Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?’

    Released March 1, 1993.

  • U2 - ‘Zooropa’

    Released July 5, 1993.

  • Lenny Kravitz - ‘Are You Gonna Go My Way’

    Released March 9, 1993.

  • Sting - ‘Ten Summoner’s Tales’

    Released March 1, 1993.

  • Meat Loaf - ‘Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell’

    Released September 14, 1993.

  • Duran Duran - ‘Duran Duran’

    Released February 11, 1993.

  • David Bowie - ‘Black Tie White Noise’

    Released April 5, 1993.

  • Aerosmith - ‘Get a Grip’

    Released April 20, 1993.

  • Rod Stewart - ‘Unplugged…and Seated’

    Released May 24, 1993.

  • Neil Young - ‘Neil Young Unplugged’

    Released June 15, 1993.

  • Sheryl Crow - ‘Tuesday Night Music Club’

    Released August 3, 1993.

  • Billy Joel - ‘River of Dreams’

    Released August 10, 1993.

  • Melissa Etheridge - ‘Yes I Am’

    Released September 21, 1993.

  • Guns N’ Roses - ‘The Spaghetti Incident?’

    Released November 23, 1993.