Every year, tens of thousands of students come from other countries to study here, and many are the future leaders of their nations. How tragic it would be if they never got acquainted with a typical American family
Church’s Chicken’s signature honey butter biscuit is getting a makeover this holiday season, and the result is even sweeter. The fast food chain will introduce Oreo Biscuit Bites this winter, consisting of its original biscuit with crumbled Oreos and covered in vanilla icing.
Pass the mimosas: Starting this weekend, Westport’s Julep Cocktail Club serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. The menu by James Beard Award-winning chef Debbie Gold features homemade biscuits and gravy, praline pecan French toast and classic brunch cocktails.
Honestly, not much happened this week in the Patton garden. The unseasonably cold weather kept me inside. I am missing those pleasant November days as they allowed for so much work to be accomplished in the garden. Even though most of the week was spent indoors here are a few tasks and thoughts from this past week.
If you’re fully focused on your T-Day turkey and don’t have time to worry about pie, local bakeries offer a variety of options to take the heat off of making your own dessert. From traditional pumpkin to cranberry pecan and honey apple thyme, these bakeries have got you covered.
We’re compiling a list of area restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner, other restaurants that will be open that day serving their regular menus, as well as operations offering Thanksgiving dinners to take home.
DEAR BILLY GRAHAM: Why are some Christians so grumpy? We have some neighbors like this, always complaining about something and making life difficult for everyone around them. I’m sure they’re sincere about their faith, but I wish they weren’t so unpleasant. — R.G.
Question: We overseed in early Sept, do we put the “winter” fertilizer on this year? Or just nothing? Also, we have trees that are rubbing the roof and we planned to have them pruned this month so the ice and snow doesn’t rub against house all winter. should we or should we wait until spring. (I just read not to prune) Thanks for your answers.