Each year the Feast of Sharing event works to bring together communities and provide a Thanksgiving holiday-type meal to those less fortunate. Today the Central Market Feast of Sharing Event is happening in Dallas.
More than 100 people lined up early Wednesday morning outside the Fort Worth Salvation Army. They were there to pickup their Thanksgiving turkey and trimmings.
No need for a salt shaker on the Thanksgiving table: Unless you really cooked from scratch, there’s lots of sodium already hidden in the menu.
Folks from coast-to-coast folks are getting ready and planning their family holiday meal around turkeys that come from Texas.
Here in Texas, there is a town named Turkey. The town is named for the large number of the wild birds in the area. Recently, people there couldn’t believe their ears when they heard someone was asking them to change the name.
Cooking a Thanksgiving dinner at home can be nuts. For those who prefer to keep their sanity intact, eateries are offering specials.