Thanksgiving is next week. Have you figured out where you’ll enjoy your turkey yet? No? There are still options if you don’t feel like cooking.
Seventeen pieces — that’s how many parts make up a formal place setting. But how to organize them all? Here’s a crash course on what’s proper and what’s not when it comes to a dinner party. From forks on the left, and spoons and knives on the right, check out the video above for advice from the expert.
If you celebrate Easter, there’s a good chance there’s a ham involved. And though they say variety is the spice of life, some of us wonder why there are so many choices when it comes to ham.
It’s a dish you either love or hate, and in Minnesota the trend seems to lean toward loving it.
Thousands of families in the Twin Cities will now get to have a Thanksgiving dinner. The E.J. Henderson Youth Foundation hosted a turkey giveaway Tuesday morning, at the Cub Foods in North Minneapolis.
Before running to the store (or out to eat), I turned to what was left in my refrigerator and freezer. Finding a bag of spinach, leftover roasted tomatoes, and a tub of hummus, I decided on a salad.
That big Thanksgiving meal may be over, but now it’s time for leftovers. You have to be careful, too, because all that meat and gravy has a shelf life.
The economy continues to take a toll on families in the Twin Cities and Meals on Wheels is helping a record number of people this year with Thanksgiving dinner.
It is time to get ready for Thanksgiving, but don’t let cooking that big feast take up your entire day.
Christians around the world are celebrating the Easter holiday, but the holy day is also creating a new tradition for some in the Jewish community.
Imagine the surprise of opening an email that’s an invitation to meet with President Obama.
Minnesota’s new commander in chief is the featured speaker at a state National Guard event.
Enjoy Thanksgiving, but in moderation, local dieticians are saying.
Do you find yourself overwhelmed this year, wishing you had more time to enjoy the holidays and less time to spend in the kitchen? You can order in a whole Turkey Day meal for around the same cost as making it yourself.