These two terms are used interchangeably on Thanksgiving menus, but chances are you're rarely eating a yam.
When it comes to turkey and traveling to the feast, there's good news and there's bad news.
Children should be a part of the conversation. (And so should all the unmarried adults who are forced to sit with them.)
The differences between stuffings and dressings seem to straddle geographic regions and, in some instances, racial lines.
The last thing you need on Thanksgiving is a foodborne illness.
“Don’t have your kids be dressed up as pilgrims and Indians. We’re real people."
They taste better than supermarket turkeys, and they're better for the environment and for you. But there's another reason you should eat more of them.