WASHINGTON — The man who wrote the book on Thanksgiving, New York Times Food Editor Sam Sifton, talks with WTOP on his best advice for the big day.
Thanksgiving and Black Friday mean traffic and transit changes in the D.C. area, including some on Friday that could cause serious confusion as only some reversible roads may switch to normal rush-hour configurations.
Thanksgiving week is one of the busiest times of the year for local burn units.
Between all the shopping, the cooking and the eating, Thanksgiving can take a toll on the waistline, but it can also effect the environment.
Thanksgiving is here, and it’s the only time of the year when it’s perfectly acceptable to stuff your face with as much food as possible. Just don’t get too full too soon. A competitive eater offers his best tips for winning Thanksgiving dinner.
Volunteers came out Tuesday to take part in the D.C. Jewish Community Center’s 19th annual 3-day “Everything But The Turkey” meal preparation.
WASHINGTON — Thanksgiving is a time for turkey, pies and football. It’s also a time when many families spend a lot of time together, which can cause some friction. Anticipating your interactions with difficult family…
WASHINGTON — These are the busiest days of the year for the folks whose job is to help with holiday cooking hassles, and make sure it is a healthy and happy celebration for all. They…
WASHINGTON — It’s hard to believe that this is Thanksgiving week, after a somewhat mild autumn. Perhaps Monday and Tuesday mornings acted as reminders that we are headed into winter, whether we like it or not.…
WASHINGTON — While you’re deciding where to spend your holiday shopping dollars, Consumer Reports (CR) thinks you should be aware of this year’s Naughty & Nice List of companies providing common goods and services. Consumer Reports wants to…
Overcook a Thanksgiving turkey and it might be dry and tough. Undercook it and it could end up looking like a pink, gelatinous science experiment.
With endless recipes and a variety of preparation methods, settling on one for your Thanksgiving turkey can be more stressful than hosting a houseful of relatives. But it doesn’t have to be.
Tucked away in an industrial park, a warehouse hums on a Saturday morning as volunteers prepare 10,000 turkeys and other groceries for delivery.
Each year, we like to pick a wine theme for Thanksgiving and have some fun with it. And while the themes may change annually, the challenge of pairing wines with a traditional Thanksgiving meal still remains the same.