(AP) — Back in the spring, Pauline Criel and her cousins talked about reuniting for Thanksgiving at her home near Detroit after many painful months of seclusion because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Billie Eilish has urged people not to eat turkey this Thanksgiving, as she would rather people try out a vegetarian alternative.
From turkey trot to going cold turkey, the center of Thanksgiving dinners lent its name to many things. But it also borrowed its name from elsewhere.
The groups handed out help to roughly 400 families.
Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara are asking Americans to consider not serving up turkey this Thanksgiving to save the animals and help cut carbon emissions.
U.S. food banks already dealing with increased demand from families sidelined by the pandemic now face a new challenge — surging food prices and supply chain issues walloping the nation.
We travel to one of the nation’s leading regenerative farms to explore the world of pasture-raised turkeys.
Mastering an herby, buttery classic recipe guarantees happy guests and full bellies.
While the frenzy of hot books fall has begun to subside, there are still a great many books to look forward to in November, the true start of cozy season. Most anticipated publications this coming month include an iconic Chinese artist's political memoir; provocative thoughts on feminism from an art historian and a famous model; meditations on race from a novelist and a polarizing scholar; and ...
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Arguably the star of the holiday, Feast and Field explores the Thanksgiving turkey with bird sourcing, prep and planning, and the finishing touches.
If you made turkey, gravy, pie and anything with herbs and mirepoix, then you actually have all the ingredients you’ll need to make a fresh-tasting dinner that’s just as good as the Thanksgiving meal itself.
Turkey is the all star bird of Thanksgiving, but is it actually healthy for us to eat? Buzz60’s Lenneia Batiste has more on what nutritionists say.
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A Turkish woman who stands 7 feet, 0.7 inches tall has been confirmed as the world's tallest living woman by Guinness World Records.
Rumeysa Gelgi, who stands at 7 feet, 0.7 inches, has officially been named the tallest woman alive by Guinness World Records.