Your stomach is full, and so is the fridge — with all of your Thanksgiving leftovers. If you’re not into reheating the same-old spread, we have some cleaver ways you can repurpose what’s left of your turkey, stuffing, pie and more.
WASHINGTON — When deep frying a turkey, where you do it matters as much as how you do it, says Montgomery County Fire Chief Scott Goldstein. He says the appeal of a deep fried turkey…
Thanksgiving week is one of the busiest times of the year for local burn units.
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.
by Christina Lavingia Thanksgiving is a cherished American holiday for a number of reasons. It’s a time for friends and family to reunite and reflect on the people that matter most. The savory meal of…
WASHINGTON — Carving the turkey is one of the most important— though sometimes daunting — Thanksgiving dinner tasks. Luckily, Brian Baer with Amphora Catering in Herndon, Virginia gives us a first-hand look at how to properly carve a turkey…
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Bird flu took a bite out of the turkey supply. Heavy rain washed out the pumpkin crop. Yet Thanksgiving groceries likely won’t cost Americans much more than last year, and nobody should…
You don’t need to fly halfway around the world to get a taste of Turkey. In fact, the only thing you need to book is brunch.
Parents carry on dark tradition of scaring children on Turkey Day.
any remnants of the Thanksgiving meal still in the refrigerator need to be pitched or moved to the freezer.
Sailors from the USS Ross on shore leave in Istanbul were
roughed up, taunted and chased back to their ship in an incident that led to the cancellation of leave for all U.S. forces.
A hazelnut shortage could translate to changes when it comes to the popular chocolaty spread, Nutella.
From picking the right size, to thawing, brining and roasting, Alexis Davies breaks-down the holiday bird.
Many shoppers buy their Thanksgiving turkey frozen, but more and more people prefer a fresh one. If that includes you, be careful not to buy that bird too soon – one to two days before you plan on cooking it is the maximum, according to the USDA.