Turkeys rule the month of November. It’s all about the bird in a month when Americans are thinking about only one thing – Thanksgiving dinner. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, more than 45 million turkeys are cooked and eaten in the U.S. every year on Thanksgiving Day, which is one sixth of the total turkeys sold each year. But in reality, not everyone’s a fan of the bird – including those who don’t eat meat at all. What do you eat for Thanksgiving dinner if the bird is not for you?
Halloween - one of my favorite holidays. There’s something special about the cooler days, fallen leaves and kids in costumes. These days will be gone soon and we'll be up to our ears in turkey and Christmas music so take the opportunity while you can to try some great fall recipes. PBS' Food Blog has a lot of recipes for every occasion. Here’s six easy, and festive fall recipes provided by PBS Food.
Halloween Monster Cupcakes
Residents of Circleville, Ohio, really like their pumpkins. Seriously.
It’s known as “the greatest free show on earth” and is believed to be the biggest festival in the United States dedicated to the pumpkin. This year’s Circleville Pumpkin Show will be held October 16 – 19 in downtown Circleville.