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Cakes are a mainstay during the holidays. Not only do we make them for ourselves, they also make wonderful gifts. Nothing impresses more than a cake dressed in Christmas finery — coconut “snow,” colorful sugars, crushed candies. The list is endless.
It's that time of year again. Your shopping list has cooks on it, and you're looking for something new to wrap up and place under the tree. Well, you're in luck. Manufacturers have outdone themselves with clever ideas.
On Thursday, as millions of Americans sit around the table, digging into a huge Thanksgiving dinner, here’s some interesting trivia to consider, courtesy of SodaHead.com, one of the Internet’s largest opinion-based communities.
We have so much to be thankful for, particularly the restaurateurs who are open on Thanksgiving Day, working hard to prepare mouthwatering meals for us. Here’s the list of those that will be open and serving bountiful buffets:
I left home in the darkness of morning as winter’s grip tightened across the Tennessee Valley, sending a chill through my bones.
Being a landlocked state with no easy access to fresh seafood, Chattanooga has seen its share of seafood markets come and go.
Thanksgiving is just three weeks away (Nov. 28 for those who are not sure), so it's not too early to start planning your menu.
It’s that time of year again … get your tastebuds ready for the annual Greek Bake Sale.
What is it about the smell of freshly baked breads that brings out a primal instinct in us to say “Ahhh…”?