Sunday, July 14, 2024

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Tag: Thanksgiving

THE OTHER SIDE: The king is not dead — not really

Well, in one fell swoop, the new conservative majority—it might be more accurate to call them the new MAGA majority—betrayed originalism and textualism.

What’s Cookin’: In the kitchen with Julie Scott

“So much of Thanksgiving dinners is well cooked and sometimes too rich. I like having raw things on the plate, particularly when they provide good color.” -- Julie Scott

EAT WELL, LIVE WELL: Holiday food anxiety  

The most important thing to remember is that just because you allowed yourself a treat (or two or three) today does not mean you have blown it for the season. Make sure you get lots of sleep. Make time for exercise. Walk a little farther, make a point of getting to the gym or pool.

COOK’S CORNER: Grilling the Thanksgiving turkey

Cook the bird on the grill. Once you do, you will never cook it in the oven again. The flavor will be awesome! Trust me!

OFF RANGE w/ ANNE E.: Saddle up! Thanksgving tips

Anne E. answers readers questions about preparing dishes ahead of time for Thanksgiving dinner, and offers a delicious roasted butternut soup recipe.

OFF RANGE WITH ANNE E.: Light up the stove

I'll share with you my kitchen experiences, tricks of the trade, insider's knowledge and how to make it look easy. Don't worry.

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Having escaped the oven on Thanksgiving, what are the turkeys rescued by Lulu and Hershey going to do the day after?

POEMS: Notes toward Thanksgiving U.S.A., An Assay

On Thanksgiving, a poetic meditation by the Becket poet David Giannini.

EDGEWISE: On this Thanksgiving generosity for refugees — past and present

Let us remember the real roots of this holiday: The generous spirit of the indigenous ancestors of America, who welcomed the first European refugees.

EDGE WISE: A family Thanksgiving in the age of dietary restrictions

You may have spotted me last week at the grocery store. I was the woman reading the tiny ingredients on the food labels with a magnifying glass.

Tips for healthy eating on Thanksgiving

We were contemplating the 10 guests that would soon be assembling for our Thanksgiving celebration, and fretting about whether we had enough turkey, stuffing,...

Connections: First Thanksgiving, the real story

The slave trade in the New World did not begin with Blacks kidnapped from the African continent and taken to America. It began with Indians kidnapped from America between 1614 and 1620 and taken to Europe.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.