Tuesday, November 20, 2012
A Wegmans chef will be standing by to answer customer questions about cooking turkey, side dishes and vegetables from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Wednesday, November 21.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Every year as Turkey Day approaches, hosts by the hundreds phone in, write, email, and tweet Wegmans Food Markets for answers to questions surrounding preparation and cooking for Thanksgiving dinner. Following the success of Wegmans’ first #Turkey911 Twitter chat in 2011, Executive Chef Mark Makovec will once again offer help to home cooks via Twitter in the three days leading up to Thanksgiving. Wondering how to prep the turkey for roasting, how long to roast it so it’s safely done but not dried out, or how to make green beans so craveable that everyone at the table asks for a second helping? Makovec will be standing by to answer customer questions about cooking turkey, side dishes and vegetables from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Wednesday, …
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Celebrate Thanksgiving weekend with tree lighting, music, holiday market and turkey trot.
This weekend's picks to start the holiday season. CHRISTMAS CITY TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY (DOWNTOWN BETHLEHEM ASSOCIATION) 9th ANNUAL HISTORIC TURKEY TROT- 5K RUN & FITNESS WALK (HISTORIC BETHLEHEM PARTNERSHIP) WEINACHTSMART (CHRISTMAS CITY VILLAGE) ENTER THE HAGGIS/ SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY & THE ASBURY JUKES (ARTSQUEST) JAMES SUPRA BLUES BAND/ ROY BOOK BINDER (GODFREY DANIELS) ADVENT WORKSHOP, LOVEFEAST & ORGAN CONCERT (CENTRAL MORAVIAN CHURCH)
Give thanks and share some Turkey Day knowledge -- when you're not busy eating -- with friends and family.
It’s that special time of year again -- time for football, family and ridiculous amounts of food. Oh, and it’s also the time to give thanks for football, family and food. Especially football. Once you’ve put away that last bite of turkey and loosened your belt a few notches, I'm sure you'll have a tiny bit of room to ingest some Thanksgiving knowledge: 1. The first Thanksgiving was a harvest feast in Plymouth, Mass. It's widely acknowledged that in 1621, Pilgrims from the Mayflower broke bread with local Native Americans -- the Wampanoag Indians, to be exact. This three-day feast later became known as Thanksgiving. Everyone knows this one, right? What some folks may not know: 2. Abraham Lincoln made Thanksgiving a holiday. Lincoln must …
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Nancy and Willard Miller have been amassing all sorts of turkey collectibles for nearly three decades.
Nancy and Willard Miller of Zionsville aren't sure, but they think they could hold the world record for owning the most turkey collectibles. They have more than 900. After Willard was successfully treated for lung cancer in 1984, his doctor told him to get out and exercise. The Millers decided to walk around flea markets. "He's my big turkey," Nancy joked. So, during their flea marketing, Nancy decided to start picking up turkeys – stuffed, ceramic, glass, knitted, wooden and metal. They have turkey magnets, salt and pepper shakers, cookie jars, jewelry, bags, statues and flags. Naturally, family and friends soon caught on to the trend and increased their collection by giving turkey gifts for birthdays, holidays and anniversaries. For the …