27 Epic Thanksgiving Charcuterie Boards Your Turkey Day Needs | arena

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RECIPE: A full, festive menu for the holidays | News

From the hors d’oeuvres to the main course and all the way through dessert, creating a full holiday menu doesn’t have to be hard. The key to a successful feast is focusing on dishes that can please loved ones of all ages and palates, such as a festive salad before the turkey or ham main … Read more

Recipes Featuring Root Vegetables | Seasonal Food and Country Style Recipes

Parmesan Crusted Potatoes 2 pounds yellow potatoes, halved 1 quart vegetable stock 1 lemon, sliced 4 garlic cloves, whole 2 teaspoons salt, or less 2 cups grated Parmesan cheese 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon parsley, chopped 1 teaspoon thyme leaves Preheat the oven to 375 F. Rinse and peel potatoes, cut into halves. In … Read more

Colonial Williamsburg: In Search Of American History And Peanut Soup | ACCENT

Before I left Limestone to visit Colonial Williamsburg, Va., for the first time, I asked friends who had been there what they recommended I see or experience while in that area. Peanut soup was the most passionate reply. I just had to try peanut soup while there, I was assured. Peanut soup? Sounded weird to … Read more

Being thankful with family, friends and food | food

Although Thanksgiving comes once a year, it is always a good idea to stop for a minute and remind ourselves of the many things we are thankful for. It will amaze you. Today, we have featured a great cook who appreciates her wealth in family, friends and food. Shyann Baker loves the holidays and decorating … Read more

Postscripts: On a day Stonington stuffed Westerly, 35 kith and kin were happily stuffed, too | Guest Columns

Following the annual Thanksgiving Day football game between Westerly and Stonington in 1986, won by the Bears over the Bulldogs, 13-0, this was the meal served to some 35 people at the home of Susan and Edward Hart on Taugwonk Road in Stonington: Hot spiced cider and eggnog; antipasto tray with crudités, dips, crackers and … Read more

Cooking from Memory: Some things about school are timeless, like fighting and pizza burgers | food

Bruce Wallis Sixty-three. That’s the number of times I wrote “I will not fight in school.” I was supposed to write it 100 times. I know, most of you probably can’t see me as a fighting-in-school kind of kid and, to be honest, I wasn’t. Yet there I was, sitting on the floor of the … Read more

Pair soup and sandwich for a warming meal | News

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BACK PAGE – Area schools note lunch menus for week of Nov. 14 | News

Area schools have announced the following lunch menus for the week of Nov. 14. All menus are subject to change due to food availability. Clearfield Area School District Available at both schools each day are assorted fresh vegetables, assorted fresh and canned fruit, and milk. Elementary school menu: Alternate choices available most days are ham … Read more

Introducing TIME’s new executive chef | Life

I’m always in search of a culinary adventure, a tasty revelation, a delectable surprise. They come in all sorts of guises: a never-before-tried French cheese, a home-grown ingredient pulled fresh from the ground, Irish butter brought back from the US, or a perfectly cooked restaurant dish. The latter is what led me to dig in … Read more