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Our Town EditorWayne McMinn has little remaining from his Social Security check after paying for rent, utilities and other essentials. Sitting in the crowded St. Vincent De Paul Family Kitchen last week, McMinn said he is grateful for a daily warm meal. "It's rough,...
The looping line at the Jungle Cruise is almost Euclidean in its use of space. Hundreds of us shuffle across that cramped boathouse entrance — standing, shuffling, standing. We snake upstairs and down, then back across one another, like...
The sky is still dark and grey. No sign yet of the sun. No cars are on the move, no headlights slicing into the darkness. Except for my own. It is me, my car, and the open highway as I speed toward any store that is open at this ridiculous...
Want the tryptophan-induced coma without all the work? Here are a few alternatives to preparing your own Thanksgiving meal. * Lobster or turkey Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdale's South Coast Plaza, 3333 Bristol St., offers a three-course menu with...
The author of “69 Quickies in the Kitchen” Joan Vogel joined us with some delicious recipes that you can whip up with your Thanksgiving leftovers. “69 Quickies in the Kitchen” is available at www.amazon.com or www....
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticIt is Thanksgiving morning. As you read this, the bird, a fine 16-pounder, is coming to room temperature on the counter. The green beans have been topped and tailed, and my fingertips smart from peeling smoking-hot chestnuts for the stuffing. I've...
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Our second annual Thanksgiving Helper Hotline is now open for questions, ready to resolve all of your pressing holiday issues. So stop checking your bleepin' Facebook feed, and let's get started. Q: Help! I need a perfect turkey recipe! A: At the...
On this Thanksgiving holiday, I'm thankful to not be a Japanese commuter. The island nation is home to any number of phenomenon that are simultaneously amusing and cringe-worthy. Train stuffing is no exception. Apparently, so packed are the country'...
The traditional holiday turkey will be prepared by about 250 million households this year. To make that dinner safer for everyone to enjoy, there are a few precautions to take when preparing your next turkey dinner. Planning ahead will help reduce the...
The Hartford CourantThanksgiving is about tradition. And nothing is more traditional than Thanksgiving fare, particularly the stuffing. You can do a lot of things to a turkey — bake it, grill it, boil it in oil, wrap it in bacon — but when all is said and...
You're roasting a turkey in the oven, and while it may look like it's ready to eat, you have no idea whether it's actually done. What do you do? There are a few simple ways to test turkeys (and all poultry) for doneness: - Grab the end of the...
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We asked residents of Montgomery Place, a Continuing Care Retirement Community, in Chicago: What Thanksgiving meal mishaps have you experienced?Bill Barron, 87 We put the turkey in the oven and it didn't get warm. We finally had sense enough to call the gas company emergency number. There's a dingus outside that is a pressure-reducing valve … we had to reset it. We were just a couple...
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