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In early October I wrote a light-hearted story about the supposed pumpkin shortage on Long Island. It was hard to believe national news reports

If you are hosting the holiday meal, Thanksgiving is the best of times and the worst of times. My mother believed that Thanksgiving was the

Every November, the advice about roasting turkey comes fast and furious. But for rank beginners it's a confusing world. What they're looking for is

Dear kids, This is again a year when neither of you will be home for Thanksgiving. There will be lots of family around, plenty of

Thanksgiving may be an American holiday, but the foods that define it are definitely privy to regional and cultural interpretation. For many years, Thanksgiving

With all the heaviness on the holiday table, now's the time to try Brussels sprouts in a light new way: raw and shaved into