A gourmet croquette, a light soup, or a Chef’s take on the ol’ hot turkey sandwich? Food author, Marialisa Calta offers some ideas for what’s left in the wake of Thanksgiving. What’s your recipe strategy when your fridge is full of leftovers?
On Thanksgiving Day, there’s always room for a slice of pie. King Arthur Flour’s Susan Reid shares expert tips on making the perfect pie. Plus we go for a walk in the woods with Mary Holland, author of "Naturally Curious." And we hear from VPR listeners about why they’re thankful this year.
Here are two words that may cause your blood pressure go up just a bit this week: grocery stores. Statistics indicate most Americans will shop for food more than twice this week. The crowded parking lots and long checkout lines may be daunting. But it is impressive that grocers usually have what we need.
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Some well-timed snow has gotten Vermont’s ski and snowboard season off to a start just in time for the holidays; drivers will see one of Vermont’s Thanksgiving traditions on the state’s highways tonight and through the weekend; more…
A federal review panel says Entergy Vermont Yankee should not be allowed to operate after 2012 unless it conducts a more detailed analysis of aging metal components; community groups and restaurants already have begun to serve meals of turkey and all the trimmings;