Volunteers began chopping, slicing and dicing at San Francisco’s Glide Memorial Church early Thanksgiving morning in the Tenderloin where the church will serve more than 5,000 meals to the poor and homeless.
Thanksgiving leftovers make inspired works of art in the hands of San Francisco chefs. When it’s time to get your garlic on, give these tantalizing creations a taste, courtesy of The Stinking Rose in the heart of North Beach and Town Hall in the Financial District.
The holiday season is a great time to give back to your local community. Opportunities to volunteer with the whole family in the East Bay abound, whether you are interested in helping the elderly, children or those living in poverty.
The holiday season is fast approaching and with it comes prime turkey time. Thanksgiving, the number one American holiday, is the main occasion for making the noble turkey a holiday tabletop favorite. Quality North Bay markets feature the best birds to bring home.
As if the holidays weren’t hard enough on the pocket book, the staples for your holiday meal are about to get more expensive. Due to the drought, everything from turkey to cider is expected to cost 5-20% more this year.
It was a milestone that almost didn’t happen, but thanks to an angel investor, the 20th annual Thanksgiving dinner in Oakland was able to serve thousands of hungry community members.
Lots of turkeys will be on the dinner table Thursday. Here are some last minute tips for roasting your bird to perfection.
How about some roasted beets for Thanksgiving? Don’t hesitate to try some variations like Chiogga Beets or Golden Beets to get some different colors in your dish.