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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Mayor Jim Kenney will declare Nov. 14 “Pie Day” in Philadelphia. It’s in honor of MANNA’s annual Pie In The Sky fundraiser. When you buy a pie not only do you save some time preparing your Thanksgiving feast, your purchase also provides a Thanksgiving meal to people dealing with a life-threatening illness. READ MORE: Man Dead, Another Injured In Kensington Double Shooting, Police SayYou can order a pie through Nov. 19 and pick it up on the 23. READ MORE: Vaccine Rule For Larger Employers, Certain Health Care Workers To Take Effect January 4, White House SaysFor more information and to order a pie, click here. MORE NEWS: World Premiere Of 'Harry Potter: The Exhibition' Bringing Magic To Franklin Institute 
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — If the pandemic taught us anything, it’s that many of us enjoyed not having to cook on Thanksgiving, and we enjoyed supporting local restaurants. Again in 2021, restaurants, caterers and bakeries are providing Thanksgiving meal kits to take out and re-heat at home. We’ll update this list as we get more announcements. If you are a restaurant and wish to be included on this list, please email DeRushaEats@gmail.com.TAKEOUT AND MEAL KITS Surdyk’s Catering: Free range turkeys from Kadejan in Glenwood prepared and trussed for you to roast at home. 10-12 lb $100, 12-14lb. turkey $120. Plus classic sides, gravy and pies. Also find a Thanksgiving wine 4-pack, regular priced $68, special price $48 for a cremant sparkling rose, Vouvray, Pinot Noir and Primitivo from Italy. Order by Monday, Nov. 15 at Noon. READ MORE: Minnesotans Living The Dream As Wine Makers in OregonWise Acre Eatery: Turkey legs, smoked turkey breast ($96 feeds 4-6) raised at Tangletown Gardens Farm in Plato among other trimmings and pies Order by Friday, Nov. 19 D’Amico Catering: Full feast of...
    This Thanksgiving, breathe new excitement into your Thanksgiving dessert spread with one of these delectable recipes.  Whether you want to get inventive and make mini pumpkin pie bites on your grill or bake up an old-fashioned pecan pie, we’ve just got the inspiration for you. HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON THANKSGIVING DINNEROld Fashioned Pecan Pie by Melanie Cagle of The Cagle Diaries This pecan pie from Melanie Cagle of The Cagle Diaries is sure to please. (Melanie Cagle - The Cagle Diaries) "This recipe is an 'old-timer’s' recipe, passed down from my grandma, and there's a reason it's lasted this long," Melanie Cagle of The Cagle Diaries tells Fox News. "It's easy, it's fast, and it's super delicious. A firm crust with an ooey-gooey sweet filling makes this pecan pie a firm favorite on Thanksgiving! This dish is perfect served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream."Ingredients: 1 Refrigerated Pie Crust 1-½ Cups Pecans, chopped 4 Tablespoons Butter, unsalted 1 Cup Light Brown Sugar 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon ¼ Teaspoon Nutmeg ¾ Cup Corn Syrup 1 Tablespoon Vanilla Extract...
    This year’s Thanksgiving feast is biting back as the ongoing supply chain crisis causes some holiday favorites to balloon in price, with turkeys now 27 per cent more expensive.  Nearly every dinnertime staple – from the popular roasting bird to pumpkins – have jumped in price year-over-year, leaving consumers with a heftier tab. The price of a frozen 15-pound turkey will cost around $21.50 this year, up 27% from last year’s $16.95 price tag. A three-pound bag of Russet potatoes cost $1.12 last week, a 13% year-over-year spike from the previous $0.99 cost, according to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). Other Thanksgiving standbys – including bread, beverages, carrots and more – are also more expensive ahead of the November 25 holiday. The supply chain crisis has driven up prices across the spectrum, as port backlogs slow deliveries, labor shortages drive up wages, and demand for food rises. The price of a frozen 15-pound turkey will cost around $21.50 this year, up 27% from last year’s Supply chain-driven disruptions helped drive up the prices of of vegetables, booze, bread,...
    Food & Friends has launched its annual pre-Thanksgiving pie fundraiser with a goal of helping as many D.C. area neighbors in need that it can. The D.C.-based nonprofit Food & Friends, which helps deliver thousands of meals to people in the region dealing with serious illnesses, has launched its annual Slice of Life fundraiser. The drive provides an opportunity for people to purchase something sweet and delicious for their Thanksgiving Day meal, while helping another family out at the same time. “We are hoping to sell 9,000 pies this year and raise about $350,000,” said Food & Friends Executive Director Carrie Stoltzfus. “Each one of those pies covers the cost of a full day of meals for our clients.” Food & Friends said clients include residents battling cancer, HIV, AIDS and other illnesses that make it hard to get out and provide for themselves. “The money goes directly to us … directly into our programs,” said Stoltzfus. Pies will be ready for pickup on Nov. 23, the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. Stoltzfus said if you already have dessert covered, or you...
    If you’ve stuffed yourself into a post-Thanksgiving haze and feel in need of a good detox, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans eat their way into a food coma on Thanksgiving. Those of us on plant-based diets are no more immune to the effects of Holiday food than anyone else, and it can be easy thinking that just because your seven-layer carrot cake is vegan, it’s also a good choice for your body. From there, it isn’t long before the Holidays are in full swing and our eating habits have transformed into gluttonous Mr. Hyde versions of their regular selves. Eating too much food can be stressful on your body. While cleansing after the Holidays is popular, it’s also not the best choice for your health, especially if you plan on enjoying yourself at the Thanksgiving table. Using sweet, plant-based smoothies to get your body back on the healthy plan is an excellent way of finding a happy medium. Smoothies are sweet and filling while still giving your body all the happy nutrients it needs. We’ve put together a...
    Getty Tom Brady will for a recipe to get the Buccaneers offense back on track Sunday. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady’s healthy eating reputation drew an inquisitive question the day after Thanksgiving. What did Brady eat on Turkey Day? Avocado ice cream? “I probably had a lot like everybody else,” Brady said in Friday’s press conference. “It’s a great holiday for us all. I do eat pretty good for most of the time, but then there’s other days where I got after it.” “I liked it all. Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, some Brussels sprouts, and some pie,” Brady added. “It was a great day with our family.” It served up some interesting Tweets and left one burning question hanging: Tom Brady ate pie for Thanksgiving. I repeat, Tom Brady ate pie for Thanksgiving. ???? — JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) November 27, 2020 “I liked it all. Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, and some pie.” Tom Brady had a @TB12sports cheat day for Thanksgiving dinner. #GoBucs pic.twitter.com/9eS2RgqYlZ — Kyle Burger (@kyle_burger) November 27,...
    After a day full of delicious holiday foods, the last thing you’ll want to do is cook breakfast. Chances are you’re all cooked out! However, if you plan one of these amazing festive recipes for the morning after your Thanksgiving festivities, you may be looking forward to making breakfast even more than Thanksgiving dinner! They’re full of holiday flavors, and absolutely delicious. Check out these dishes shared by our amazing bloggers that we found on our Food Monster App for all of your breakfast or brunch inspo! 1. Simple Stuffed Breakfast Sweet Potatoes Image Source: Simple Stuffed Breakfast Sweet Potatoes Mmmm, sweet potatoes for breakfast! These Simple Stuffed Breakfast Sweet Potatoes from Crissy Cavanaugh seriously couldn’t be an easier recipe – yet it feels like the fanciest thing you could ever eat. Warm sweet potatoes dripping with almond butter and stuffed with your favorite granola … hello, can it be morning all day? 2. Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodle Waffles  Image Source: Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodle Waffles Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodle Waffles from Sara Grandominico are so soft and perfectly sweet and spiced! Healthy, grain-free, and naturally...
    Without a doubt, your Thanksgiving spread includes some kind of pie.Instagram attempted to figure out the most popular Thanksgiving pie by state using data from users' feeds during the last month.Instagram put out this "pie chart," and it has people scratching their heads. According to Instagram, Pumpkin Pie, which will be on many tables this Thanksgiving, is the most popular pie in just California, Nevada, and Arizona.Blueberry Pie, a traditional summer pie, is most popular in New Jersey and five other states.Strawberry Pie, yet another summer pie, is tops in four other states.Pecan Pie is the top turkey day pie in some southern states and randomly in Indiana.And let's talk about Cranberry Pie. What is Cranberry Pie anyway?Instagram's pie research found cranberry pie to be the most popular Thanksgiving pie in the entire United States.Even more dubious, Connecticut is the only state that likes Apple Pie on Thanksgiving.Social media is having none of it. Most agree pumpkin and Apple Pie are the staples on every Thanksgiving table from coast to coast.And many are asking "what is Cranberry Pie?"For...
    While Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli and Harvey Weinstein spend their first Turkey Day behind bars, they will still be served a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.  Among the classic fixings at their respective places of lockup, the disgraced stars are expected to enjoy a few holiday staples, including turkey and mashed potatoes.    For her entrée, the 56-year-old Full House star will be offered the choice between an 'herb-roasted turkey with pan gravy,' 'honey glazed country ham' or 'tofu stir fry with glazed chickpeas and stuffed bell peppers.'   First and last in prison: While Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli and Harvey Weinstein spend their first Turkey Day behind bars, they will still be served a traditional Thanksgiving dinner;  Loughlin and her husband Giannulli pictured in April 2019 For sides, garlic mashed potatoes, a baked potato, candied sweet potatoes, savory cornbread dressing, southern style green beans and a fresh dinner roll with honey apple butter are all on the menu, according to TMZ.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Lori Loughlin's daughters Olivia and Isabella are 'beyond... Lori Loughlin adjusting to life behind bars after...
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    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Looking for some last-minute ideas for your Thanksgiving feast? The Eyewitness News chefs have some ideas for this year's smaller gatherings.If you're looking to experiment with a different method of cooking your Thanksgiving turkey, we've got you covered. Check out 5 ways to cook a turkey here.EMBED More News Videos Christopher Clem from Butterball Turkey has some tips on how to make the perfect turkey for Thanksgiving. Lucy Yang cooks up a wonderful Fall pasta for cozy dinners at home or to get you ready for the holiday season!Sandy Kenyon shows an easy, cool cranberry recipe that anyone can make in a microwave: no oven required!Glam Lab's Jo Trupp steps out of the beauty world and into the kitchen for a quick and easy (yet delicious) "healthy" butternut squash mac and cheese!Candace McCowan whips up her favorite homemade dark chocolate turtle brownies!Eyewitness News' CeFaan Kim tries a pumpkin pie recipe and eventually needs some help from his wife to finish it!Community Journalist Miguel Amaya bakes a "Cinnamon Roll Apple Rose Tart" for your next holiday gathering!What...
    Ina Garten has shared the recipe for her maple pecan pie just in time for Thanksgiving. Nathan Congleton/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversa/Getty Images Ina Garten shared the recipe for her maple pecan pie just in time for Thanksgiving.  Garten revealed that her pie takes just 10 minutes to prep, and that using a store-bought crust is "just fine!"  The "Barefoot Contessa" star has been sharing recipes over the last week to help her fans who will also be having a "micro Thanksgiving" this year.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ina Garten has already shared the side dishes and turkey recipe that she plans to make for her "micro Thanksgiving," but the "Barefoot Contessa" star knows that no feast is complete without dessert.  So this week, Garten posted the recipe for her maple pecan pie, which she revealed can be prepped in just 10 minutes.  "I may be making a micro Thanksgiving this year, but you can never have too much dessert!" Garten wrote in her Instagram caption. "This maple pecan pie is so good, no one will know...
    Can you feel it in the air? The holiday season is rapidly approaching and we couldn’t be happier, because it means that we’re about to have good times with friends, family, and delicious food. If it’s your first Thanksgiving planning a plant-based meal or if you’re just looking for a show-stopping entrée that’ll really stand out on the dinner table, then look no further ’cause we’ve got plenty of recipes that’ll help you make this the best Thanksgiving ever. Classic casseroles and pot pies may be made with ingredients like meat and dairy but truth is, you don’t need either to make a delicious, meaty dish or a delicious, buttery pie crust. Plus, they’re easy to make and we’re all about making the holiday season a little less stressful. So we browsed through the Food Monster App just for you to bring you these 25 recipes for meat-free casseroles and pot pies: 1. Mushroom and Celeriac Shepherd’s Pie  Source: Mushroom and Celeriac Shepherd’s Pie This comforting Mushroom and Celeriac Shepherd’s Pie by Rachel Carr is sure to be a...
    It’s officially our favorite time of the year — Thanksgiving season! While many of us will attend family gatherings, let’s not forget about the awesomeness that is Friendsgiving. For those who don’t know, Friendsgiving is a relatively new holiday celebration (the term first emerged in 2007) and has become a much-anticipated part of many of our lives. Here’s how it works: typically, the host takes care of the centerpiece (check out these 25 Amazing and Meat-Free Thanksgiving Main Dishes if you’re hosting Friendsgiving) while the rest of the guests take care of the side dishes. For those interested in eating more plant-based, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  – with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! Also, don’t forget to check out our ultimate guide to plant-based recipes for Thanksgiving! Without further ado, here are 15 awesome, easy, and budget-friendly sides to bring to Friendsgiving: 1. Savory Sweet Potato Crescent Rolls  Source: Savory Sweet Potato Crescent Rolls  Hot and flaky, buttery and salty with a hint...
    These pie results are all over the place. When it comes to Thanksgiving, everyone should be able to agree that pie, of some kind, is a welcome addition to the table. Of course, there are a lot of different types of pies, and not all are created equal, so figuring out which pie to serve might be a problem. In an effort to solve this conundrum, Instagram attempted to determine the most popular Thanksgiving pie by state, but the outcome may not be what people expect. To tally the results, Instagram ranked each state's top pie by collecting data on which were mentioned most frequently in users' feeds and stories throughout the month of Nov. 2020, per a post that appeared on Instagram’s Facebook page. HOW TO THAW A TURKEY, AND WHEN YOU SHOULD START According to Instagram, pumpkin pies are only the most popular pie choice in California, Nevada and Arizona. Meanwhile, blueberry pie (traditionally, a summer pie) is popular in New Jersey, Oklahoma, Maine, Alaska, New York and Utah. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS Pecan Pie, another Thanksgiving...
    Thanksgiving dinner is the greatest feast of the year! You get to sit around a table with all your family and friends expressing gratitude for them and your life, and eating amazing food. But planning the menu can be quite tough on the cooks, especially if it all falls to just one person. Are you taking on the Thanksgiving feast all by yourself or just want to contribute and bring something to the party you’re attending? Either way we’ve got you covered with this vegan Thanksgiving menu from start to finish. That’s right, the whole thing! We’ve searched through and through to find appetizers, sides, entrees, desserts, and pies because pie is simply a must-have at Thanksgiving! For those interested in eating more plant-based, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  – with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! Also, don’t forget to check out our ultimate guide to plant-based recipes for Thanksgiving and our Vegan Thanksgiving Menu From Start To Finish from 2018! Appetizers 1....
    That's a lot of pumpkin pie. Courtesy of Guinness World Records The Guinness World Record for fastest turkey carving is three minutes and 19.47 seconds. The world's largest pumpkin pie weighed 3,699 pounds. Macy's Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City remains the world's largest inflatable parade. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. If you think your Thanksgiving table is piled high with traditional festive foods, you've clearly never seen a 3,699-pound pumpkin pie the size of a small pond. Guinness World Records tracks the most extreme creations, stunts, and accomplishments on the planet. Come Thanksgiving time, some of these milestones include record-breaking pies, cranberry sauce speed-eating, and balloon floats visible from miles away. Here are 10 Thanksgiving-related Guinness World Records we're thankful for.
    For 17 years, Sarah Josepha Hale wrote to presidents—five of them!— hoping to convince one that the New England harvest festival called Thanksgiving might be nationalized and made into an official holiday. In the meantime, she wrote a poem that was turned into famous nursery rhythm “Mary Had a Little Lamb.” In her letter to Abraham Lincoln in September of 1863 she wrote: “You may have observed that, for some years past, there has been an increasing interest felt in our land to have the Thanksgiving held on the same day, in all the States; it now needs National recognition and authoritative fixation, only, to become permanently, an American custom and institution.” Up to this point, each state scheduled a holiday of its own, if it recognized it at all. Although the first Thanksgiving in America had been held at Berkeley Plantation in Virginia in 1619—with apologies to elementary school teachers everywhere, it was a few years before Plymouth—the celebration had largely faded away in the South. Hale had been ignored up to this point, but she hit the...
    In a special Thanksgiving episode of Fox Nation's "At Home With Paula Deen," the celebrity chef and her sons reveal their foolproof method of deep frying the traditional turkey while whipping up some of their favorite family recipes.  Bringing viewers inside her famous Georgia kitchen -- "back where it all started" --  Dean reveals the tricks of the trade as she prepares her family's tried and true fried turkey, cornbread stuffing, root vegetables, broccoli casserole, sweet potato pie, and more.  PAULA DEAN COOKS UP RIBS FOR LABOR DAY IN SPECIAL FOX NATION EPISODE  Dean begins by massaging the turkey in a coat of oil before applying a thick coat of seasoning.  "When it comes to your turkeys, it's all about personal preference," she says. "Some people like to brown them, some people like to inject ... but I would season my turkey real good and put him in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours." VideoLater, Dean and her son Michael place the bird in the electric turkey fryer, where it cooks for 41 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. "I think I'm gonna ask a strong man to...
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    When you’re planning your Thanksgiving dinner, the one dessert you know has to be on the menu is pie. It might be pumpkin pie, or apple pie, or sweet potato pie, but there must be pie. It’s a rule. Go look it up. We’ll wait. Okay, now that you know it’s true, what kind of pie will you make for Thanksgiving? You can go traditional and make the pumpkin, sweet potato, and apple pies we mentioned above or step outside the pastry box and try something new. We’re thinking chocolate, peanut butter, and butterscotch – just to name a few ideas. We have plenty of pie recipes to make your choice easier (or harder because they are all sooo good). Check out these 35 Perfectly Sweet Vegan Christmas and Holiday Pies, Count on These 25 Amazing Pies for National Pi Day, and Sweeten Your Holiday Dinner With These 25 Amazing Vegan Pies. Not sure about your pie-making skills? We can help with that too. It may sound hard to believe but making a pie without dairy or eggs is…well,...
    (CNN)Since traveling is not advised for Thanksgiving this year, it leaves those staying home with a meal to prepare -- but several restaurants and stores are offering to help with full Thanksgiving dinners to-go. This holiday may look completely different than it did last year, so if you aren't a cook, or the meal just seems daunting in the year 2020, here are some places willing to make the turkey and fixings for you.Restaurants Bob Evans: Bob Evans' Thanksgiving meal features slow-roasted turkey with dressing, buttered corn, green beans with ham, and their mashed potatoes and gravy. It also comes with cranberry relish, nine freshly baked dinner rolls and a pumpkin pie.The meal serves up to six people and costs $59.99, and it can also be delivered.Read MoreBoston Market: Boston Market's holiday meals go beyond just turkey. You can also choose prime rib or ham. Their traditional turkey meal is $129.99 and serves up to 12. It includes a whole roasted turkey, spinach artichoke dip and crackers, two containers of mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing and cranberry relish. Twelve dinner rolls,...
    Insider asked Michelin-starred chefs to share their favorite Thanksgiving desserts that aren't pumpkin pie.  Pastry chef Dan Kleinhandler makes a S'mores pie with homemade marshmallows and a dark-chocolate caramel ganache.  Beverly Kim of Parachute makes cream puffs filled with butternut squash to combine sweet with savory.  Legendary restaurateur Daniel Boulud combines all the classic fall flavors — pumpkin, pecan, and apple — into one Super Pie.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When it comes to Thanksgiving dinner, there are a few dishes that are always considered essential: the turkey, the potatoes, and the pumpkin pie. But not everyone is a fan of pumpkin, and that's okay! You still deserve to have something delicious to eat at the end of your Thanksgiving feast.  So we asked Michelin-starred chefs to share their favorite Thanksgiving desserts that aren't pumpkin pie. They also gave us tips for re-creating some of these dishes at home, while others can be purchased depending on where you're located. From a pie inspired by S'mores to mouth-watering cream puffs, you'll want to see these Michelin-starred chef-approved desserts...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- It's not Thanksgiving without dessert.And your holiday sweets can help others.For every 10 pies sold, a Lincoln Park bakery plans to donate a pie to charity.This project has been so successful already and has expanded beyond the initial charity, I Grow Chicago.Sophie Evanoff, the head baker and owner at Vanille Patisserie, talked about the partnership.Vanille offers luxurious versions of the tried-and-true Thanksgiving pies as well as some seriously crave-worthy creations such as Nutella French Silk pie.Monday is the final day to sponsor a pie for I Grow Chicago.Visit Vanille's and click "Pie Sponsorships" to get started.Visit I Grow Chicago's website for more information about this organization's year-round efforts to support the Englewood community and how you can help!
    (CNN)You might not want a whole roast turkey on your table for a gaggle of reasons this Thanksgiving.A turkey breast is the most obvious option for those who enjoy the traditional feast but don't necessarily need 10 pounds of meat for two or four people at the table. However, if the idea of not eating turkey doesn't ruffle your feathers, let yourself off the hook. You just don't have to serve it!Should you visit your family for the holidays? Heres Dr. Leana Wens answerAs a food professional who personally could care less about the bird, I have spent the past few years serving anything but an entire turkey at my Thanksgiving dinners. And even though it's better for both our health and the planet's health to eat less meat, you don't necessarily have to turn to Tofurky or resort to rotisserie chicken as a replacement. Here are some centerpiece meal ideas for cooks who are looking to mix up their Thanksgiving traditions and still keep it festive.Pot piesRead MoreWho can say no to a pot pie? This version is chicken,...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Deep fried turkeys, whole pumpkin pies and other Thanksgiving dinner extravagances are being downsized this year as people gather with much smaller groups to celebrate amid surging COVID-19 infections.Rod Thomas's hobby and specialty is deep friend turkeys, which he usually makes for family and close friends. This year, he's finding everyone wants smaller."Lots of folks asking for 10 to 12 pounders, because of COVID they are having small gatherings," he said.RELATED: CDC updates Thanksgiving guidance, recommends that Americans do not travelWishbone restaurant in the West Loop is also busy cooking turkey. For the first time, its Thanksgiving to-go menu includes individual plates."Even the pies are more by the slice rather than buying a whole pumpkin pie or a whole sweet potato pie," said Joel Nickson of Wishbone.Paramount Events has pivoted from catering large events to small orders, like its Thanksgiving menu, with Paramount Fresh.RELATED: Thanksgiving 2020 will be different, as officials plead with people to stay home"To make it easy for people to have leftovers for the next day, but for ease of production," said Devon. Quinn...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Thanksgiving is a few weeks away, and with COVID-19 cases still on the rise, it’s likely most are going to opt for a smaller-scale Thanksgiving dinner in a much smaller gathering. A number of restaurants are at the ready to make your Thanksgiving meals for you this year, and Jason DeRusha has gathered them below. Email DeRushaEats@gmail.com with additions or corrections. Looking for a smaller portion, or dinner for 1, 2 or 3? Just search this list for “Small serving alert!” Thanksgiving Meals 6 Smith, Wayzata: Serves 4-6 ($285). Starters: House smoked salmon, peel ‘n’ eat shrimp, baguette, roasted butternut squash salad, Caesar salad, turkey breast, prime rib, plus sides and pie. Acqua, White Bear Lake: Small serving alert! Thanksgiving to-go pickup for 2-3 ($100) and 4-6 ($195) Wednesday November 25th from 12-7pm at Acqua. Orders can be placed until Monday November 23rd. Meal includes Butternut Squash Soup, salad, roasted turkey, leek and wild mushroom stuffing, cranberry chutney, gravy, bread, roasted asparagus, crushed red peppers, sweet potato puree, pecan and pumpkin pie. Also open for dine-in on...
    ALDI is selling everything you need for a Thanksgiving dinner for a bargain price of $30. The selection includes a turkey and ingredients to make a pumpkin pie.  2Aldi shoppers can pick up everything they need for Thanksgiving for $30 Customers also get veg and stuffing mix for that price. In total, diners can pick up 12 items from Aldi for $30 - although this doesn't include tax. Aldi is advertising the deal on its website, but it doesn’t list individual prices for each item so we can’t add up the exact amount. It also included pumpkin pie mix in an official announcement - but this is noticeably absent from its website. 2Aldi is advertising all these Thanksgiving items for under $30 What's included in Aldi's thanksgiving dinner for $30?ALDI claims its customers can pick up the following 12 items for $30 for Thanksgiving: Butterball frozen turkey Bagged stuffing Sweet potatoes Frozen peas Hawaiian Sweet Rolls Fresh cranberries Carrots Celery Canned pumpkin pie mix Pie crust Whipping cream A gallon of whole milk We’ve asked the retailer...
    A Dutch grocery giant is buying FreshDirect Car and Drivers 10Best Cars through the Decades Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gifts of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/31 SLIDES © Viktory Panchenko/shutterstock Think Outside the Circle Pies are great and all, but Thanksgiving can get a little overloaded with pies. Everyone's got to have pumpkin pie, apple pie, and pecan pie, but having those same pies every year gets boring fast. To mix things up, you can use those beloved fall flavors in other types of...
    This segment is produced with and sponsored by ALDI.While Thanksgiving will be different this year, you can still make a great meal for your family bubble - all for less with ALDI!ALDI Food Specialist, Janice Stahl zooms in to show Val some great recipes for your feast - and the main meal costs only $30!!To check out everything ALDI has to offer, visit their website.Here are Janice's recipes:GOLDEN BROWN TURKEY:1 Turkey 14-16lbs defrostedStuffing from aboveVegetable oilHeat oven to 350 degrees. Place turkey in a shallow roasting pan. Stuff with stuffing. Brush whole turkey with vegetable oil. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Place turkey uncovered in oven. of the way through cover the breast and stuffing with a small piece of tin foil (this prevents burning). Once breast is 165 and thigh is 180 turkey is done (3.5 -4 hours)STUFFING:1 bag ALDI stuffingC chopped celery1/2 C Chopped Onion (sautéed and cooled)2-3 C Chicken broth1 C diced appleCombine everything in large mixing bowl. Make sure to add enough broth until mixture is soft. Can then be put into Turkey or placed in...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Thanksgiving is a week away and regardless of how you’re celebrating in 2020 — one thing will probably be on the table — pie. General Electric released a list of America’s favorite pies — and according to their survey, the preference is based on a regional thing. America’s favorite pies. Credit: GE In Maryland, pumpkin pie is favored. Same for DC, Virginia and most of the southeast U.S. seaboard. Pumpkin pie is also the favorite along the West Coast and the Midwest. Just north of us in Delaware and Pennsylvania, apple pie is the favorite. That’s the case for most of the northeastern U.S. Pecan pie is a favorite in Texas. RELATED STORIES: Ravens Handing Out Free Turkeys Before Thanksgiving Where You Can Get A Dine-In Or Takeout Thanksgiving Dinner In Baltimore This Year Here are some pie tips: Don’t just paint the edges of the pie. Brush the inside of you unbaked crust with beaten egg to keep the undercrust from soaking up the filling. Pick a better butter. For a flakier crust, splurge...
    If you're planning a smaller Thanksgiving gathering this year because of social distancing, you don't have to give up the turkey, stuffing, pie and other traditional fare.Thanksgiving feasts have typically been tailored for a crowd: big birds, large casseroles, and so on. Your favorite recipes might serve 10 or more. But from turkey breasts to muffin-tin pies, there are ways to adapt the classics for a smaller crew, with less expense and potential for waste."Strangely, in the past, this time of year seemed challenging because we were trying to feed so many," says Rebecca Miller Ffrench, a food writer and founder of the State Table, a culinary studio in Kingston, New York. This year, "we are trying to feed fewer, and it may prove equally difficult, emotionally if not physically."Many families already branch out to include main dishes other than turkey for Thanksgiving, and this could be a good year to have fun with alternatives. But if tradition beckons, as it does for most, here are some tips.Let's start with:THE TURKEYMost birds sold for Thanksgiving dinners in U.S. supermarkets have...
    If you’re planning a smaller Thanksgiving gathering this year because of social distancing, you don’t have to give up the turkey, stuffing, pie and other traditional fare. Thanksgiving feasts have typically been tailored for a crowd: big birds, large casseroles, and so on. Your favorite recipes might serve 10 or more. But from turkey breasts to muffin-tin pies, there are ways to adapt the classics for a smaller crew, with less expense and potential for waste. “Strangely, in the past, this time of year seemed challenging because we were trying to feed so many,” says Rebecca Miller Ffrench, a food writer and founder of the State Table, a culinary studio in Kingston, New York. This year, “we are trying to feed fewer, and it may prove equally difficult, emotionally if not physically.” Many families already branch out to include main dishes other than turkey for Thanksgiving, and this could be a good year to have fun with alternatives. But if tradition beckons, as it does for most, here are some tips. Let’s start with: THE TURKEY Most birds sold for...
    By KATIE WORKMAN, Associated Press If you’re planning a smaller Thanksgiving gathering this year because of social distancing, you don’t have to give up the turkey, stuffing, pie and other traditional fare. Thanksgiving feasts have typically been tailored for a crowd: big birds, large casseroles, and so on. Your favorite recipes might serve 10 or more. But from turkey breasts to muffin-tin pies, there are ways to adapt the classics for a smaller crew, with less expense and potential for waste. “Strangely, in the past, this time of year seemed challenging because we were trying to feed so many," says Rebecca Miller Ffrench, a food writer and founder of the State Table, a culinary studio in Kingston, New York. This year, “we are trying to feed fewer, and it may prove equally difficult, emotionally if not physically." Many families already branch out to include main dishes other than turkey for Thanksgiving, and this could be a good year to have fun with alternatives. But if tradition beckons, as it does for most, here are some tips. Let’s start with: THE...
    If you don’t like pie (or just have gotten sick of it), Thanksgiving dessert may not be the best time for you. Everyone wants to enjoy a nice post-dinner treat, but if you are bored of the classic pies or don’t have a taste for it, what are you to do? Our awesome bloggers have some ideas! We’ve gathered these recipes (that can also be found on our Food Monster App) to give you plenty of inspiration for desserts that use all the best seasonal pie flavors, but break out of the classic pie format. Check them out! 1. Create a Crumble! Image Source: Healthy Cranberry Apple Pie Crumbles are similar enough to a pie that you won’t upset any guests who are anticipating a Thanksgiving pie, but they are truthfully something all their own. That delicious crumbly topping will be the best out of everything you eat on the holiday! We recommend trying this Healthy Cranberry Apple Pie from Ciarra Siller, which is delicious in addition to not spoiling all of your healthy eating goals. For another apple-y option, Josephine Watmore‘s...
    When it comes to Thanksgiving, there is a whole world of seasonal desserts options besides your typical pumpkin pie. This Thanksgiving, bring a dish that gets your family’s attention and is so delicious it will become a new tradition in your family. We went through our archives on the Food Monster App so that you can steal the show when it’s dessert time at your Thanksgiving meal. You’ll be the hero for those who aren’t a fan of the classic Thanksgiving pie! 1. Pumpkin Bread Pudding Source: Pumpkin Bread Pudding  Enjoy a hefty scoop of warm Pumpkin Bread Pudding loaded up with fall spiced coconut whipped cream! Raisins are mixed into this recipe for a more classic bread pudding feel. Pumpkin has a way of complimenting so many different additions, so get creative and make this recipe by Grethen Price your own. 2. Red Velvet Brownies Source: Red Velvet Brownies If you’ve been dying for vegan red velvet but don’t like beets, this is your recipe. These Brownies by Jasmine Briones use dragon fruit for the red coloring and are moist, balanced, and delicious...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- With Thanksgiving just around the corner, a professional chef is giving tips on how to make the perfect pie crust.Yasmin Gutierrez, a pastry chef at Beatrix, which has Chicago-area locations, shared the process of perfecting pie crust just in time for the holidays.Gutierrez focused on making the crust, the filling and the cutting process in her demonstration."But remember, if you don't feel like baking, we have you covered," Gutierrez said.People who are not baking their own pie this Thanksgiving can order dessert from Beatrix. The restaurant serves pies and dinner-to-go this year.Orders can be placed at any of the four Beatrix location by Nov. 23. Pick-up time is between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.To place an order or learn more about the restaurant, visit their website.River North519 N. Clark St.312-284-1377Fulton Market834 W. Fulton Market312-733-0370Streeterville671 N. St. Clair St.312-642-0001Oak Brook272 Oakbrook Center630-491-1415
    Everybody loves making (and eating!) apple, pumpkin, and sweet potato pies over the holidays. It’s all about sweet pies this season. Where’s the love for the savory pies and tarts? They’re equally as delicious and cozy. They deserve a chance to shine at your holiday dinner tables. There are so many different savory ingredients to put in your pie or tart. If you’re unsure where to start or need a little inspiration, check out these 10 savory pies and tarts! They’re super autumnal and will be the star of your holiday dinner! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy!  1. Mushroom Pie Source: Mushroom Pie A savory Mushroom Pie by Lenia Patsi that will change the entire way you look at pie! Delicious! 2. Black Bean Chili Pot Pie With Cumin Sweet Potato Crust Source: Black Bean Chili Pot Pie With Cumin Sweet Potato Crust Nothing says love from the oven quite like pie! Pie is perfect in the...
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