How are your plans for Thanksgiving coming? Getting all of the plans together?
We know it's going to cost more than in the past. The average cost has hit a new all-time high, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation, to over $50 for a family of 10.
I was talking with our friends at Consumers Energy, about how much it actually costs to cook all of the goodies we have on Thanksgiving, and I
I can't wait for Thanksgiving. The dinner for our family is always a bit hectic, but lots of fun. I just bought a turkey oilless-fryer, and I can't wait to use it, so the main course is taken care of, however, the rest of our menu always does seem to be the same each year. Not that it's not good, but I really wanted to look for some new ideas this year, and I got some help.
Kathy Landin of our Tow
Prices go up everywhere, and food for Thanksgiving will be no different. It looks like it will be up about 30 cents from last year.
That is according to the American Farm Bureau, which says "the average cost of this year's feast for 10 is $49.48, a 28-cent price increase from last year's average of $49.20."
I've been talking about looking forward to Thanksgiving, being with family, cooking the turkey, and all of the celebrating. And, I'm happy about that. But, sad about the fact that there are many in our community who aren't able to celebrate. There are so many families and individuals who, through economic problems of our days, can't afford to put food on the table, or don't have anyone to be wi
Probably not. Shopping and carrying all those Christmas presents around burns up close to 190 calories. That's a far cry from the 4,500 most eat in a typical Thanksgiving Day dinner. However, one of the things I learned from my nutritionist when I went through the Victory Instutute for Weight Management classes, was this...