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November 17, 2010 The New York Times food writer Mark Bittman offers four fresh and easy dishes to help your family enjoy a healthful and sustainable Thanksgiving. November 16, 2010 Stuffing, cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes are standard fare at
She'll place celery pieces, onion quarters, baby carrots, sage, thyme and a splash of chicken broth in the bottom of her turkey roasting pan. She'll ready the 18- to 20-pound Branigan's turkey for its trip into the oven, sliding herbs under the skin.
November 16, 2010 Stuffing, cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes are standard fare at most Thanksgiving celebrations. But in the hands of an award-winning chef like Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park, these ordinary dishes can become the talk of the
All you have to do is get up about 20 minutes before your guests do and whip them up. This may be difficult to believe, but yes, we are talking 20 minutes start to finish, including baking. (OK, we did not include the time it takes to preheat the
Whether you are a seasoned hostess or planning your first Thanksgiving meal, Ocean Spray's helpline and holiday Plan-it guide ( www.oceanspray.com/planit/ ) supply all the ingredients to take your holiday gathering from drab to fab.
outlawed in New York Four Loko's brief moment as New York's controversial drink of choice appears to be coming to an end. The New York Daily News reported yesterday that the State Liquor Authority, leading enemy of the sugar-blasted caffeine-infused
To entice shoppers to give their catering department a shot over the holidays, Whole Foods Market is hosting a free holiday food sampling event on Saturday, Nov. 13, at all stores. The tasting is from noon to 3 p.m. and will feature turkey and/or ham,
Silva's Sheldon Inn was opened in August 1988. The restaurant building is over 100 years old. The building was originally occupied by a general store in the town of Sheldon. The Siva's transformed the building into a restaurant. Mr. Silva
expected to amount to at least $27,800 in revenue and savings -- will take effect in January. "We are making a genuine case that we are running as tight as we can," said library board president Judi Boren. Library director Leslie Pallotta said the
Now, the township is beginning an effort to overhaul what is known as the "impact fee," and a local engineering consulting firm has been retained to conduct the study. Cranberry Manager Jerry Andree said the township doesn't plan to get rid of the