When I was a kid, I remember my mother serving cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving dinner, not the jellied kind, but the one with actual whole cranberries. If you want to make your own homemade cranberry sauce, we found a quick and easy recipe.
There's one event I never miss, and that's the annual Holiday Shoppers' Stroll in Clinton, New York on the day after Thanksgiving. It's a great way to follow up Thanksgiving Day and make Black Friday a family fun day. Here's what it's all about.
It looks like one local high school marching band will march in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade! Give a big round of applause and scream at the TV when you see The Baldwinsville Central School District Marching Band on NBC.
As a kid, I remember my mother making homemade stuffing (or dressing as she called it) for the Thanksgiving turkey. And, it half of it had to be stuffed inside the turkey. She had a great sausage recipe, but how about trying something different...cornbread stuffing.
Black Friday has become such a crazy filled news day of shoppers practically killing one another of electronics and great deals. Here's a list of the most violent stores out there for Black Friday shopping. This list was created by the website "Internet In Your Area".
If you still haven't bought your Thanksgiving turkey, you may be asking yourself, "Should I buy a fresh or frozen turkey"? Well, in the McShea household, we always go with frozen, but some people prefer fresh. Here's more on the subject.
Let's be honest, we aren't all the greatest cooks. You may need to use the microwave. You may need to use it because of space too. Here's how you can cook your entire Thanksgiving turkey in a microwave.
This weekend will be one of the busiest shopping days of the year in area grocery stores, as we shop for all the Thanksgiving fixings we'll need for the holiday. I can see the sparks flying now on those shopping cart wheels. Here's a question I never seem to know the answer to: "What size turkey should you buy?" Just do the "Turkey Math."
Thanksgiving can be a dog's Christmas. All the food that your guests drop on the floor is theirs for the taking. However, not all Thanksgiving food should be fed to your dog. Here's a few dangerous foods you should never feed your dog.
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