November 21, 2012
How fun is this paper bag turkey?! It’s suggested as a centerpiece for the kids table, but if you’re not down with turkey day age segregation, you can just set it out for the kiddos, maybe as an afternoon nibble to tide them over before dinner?
Get the tutorial at one charming party. It’s so easy and ridiculously cute.
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Food News, Things I Crave, Green Your Eats, Tips, Tools & Techniques, and the Weekly Roundtable (a roundup of the most recent ChowMama posts). I’m going to take next Thursday and Friday off, so no digest next week. This is the last one until after the holiday. So, before we dive in, in honor of […]
What better way to connect food and learning—and pass a hot summer day—than by setting up a lemonade stand? Planning, creating, writing, counting, communicating and connecting with the good folks in your community: setting up a lemonade stand engages children in a rich educational experience. And, most importantly, is just plain fun. You don't need much to get a stand up and running. Lemons, water and sugar—strawberries, too, if you want to offer a pink version. Some chairs, paper and markers. If you want to craft it up a notch, you can also print up these ridiculously sweet (and free!) lemonade stand printables from one of my favorite party sites, One Charming Party (the same brilliant folks behind our favorite ice cream cone party hat). (more after the jump)
Friends: A quick reminder to thaw your turkey, the most important thing you'll do to ensure a successful Thanksgiving meal. Here are some tips from my friends at Sawkill Farm in Red Hook, NY where I got my turkey this year. Please read because, it turns out, your plan to leave the bird on the counter all day isn't the best idea. As long as your bird has thawed by tomorrow morning, the folks at the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line can help you with any other issues. But there won't be any, right?! With that, get thawing. Here's how: (more after the jump)
Roasted Apricot & Burrata Crostini Get the recipe