Gobble again: How to make Thursday’s leftover turkey into something other than sandwiches

Subscriber onlyThe turkey isn't even cooked yet, and we're already thinking about what we're going to make with all of the leftovers. Continue reading...

Ex-Arkansan's Bread quest ends at home

Subscriber only Breaking Bread is the story of Martin Philip's attempts to come home through cooking. Continue reading...

Cake, I Love You recipes divine, out of the ordinary

Subscriber onlyRegular readers know I have a fondness for cake -- well any sweet really, but especially cake. Continue reading...

Tidbits

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Unlike dryer, panino doesn't disappoint

Subscriber onlyThe dryer does its thing, spinning around and around without doing that other thing: drying. Our clothes enjoy the ride, and when it stops, they tumble out, damp and dizzy, begging for another go. Continue reading...

Asian wings add tailgate kick

Subscriber onlyInstead of the typical hot Buffalo flavor, why not shake up your tailgate Sunday with sticky, spicy Asian-style hot wings? These are baked, then sauced and served with a cool cucumber-lime dipping sauce that will remind you of the cold yogurt condiment raita, which is often used to cut the heat of spicy Indian food. Continue reading...

7-day menu planner

Subscriber onlySUNDAY: Celebrate family day with Grilled Southwestern Steak With Vegetables (see recipe) on the menu. Add a red-tipped lettuce salad and dinner rolls. Buy a Boston cream pie for dessert. Continue reading...

Let guests choose from several wines

Subscriber onlyThanksgiving is one of the holidays for which I usually spend a great deal of time selecting the wines. The holiday offers a plethora of food choices, which makes wine selection the ultimate challenge. It has to please everyone and fit with everything at a traditional turkey dinner. Continue reading...

Idea Alley

Subscriber onlyIdea Alley does not appear today. Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR HELOISE: If one of our family members calls and asks to come over and bring the kids, we usually say "yes," because we're not busy. Then after a while they'll say, "Where are we going for lunch?" We're always put off, because "lunch" wasn't part of the plan, but we graciously go to a restaurant and eat with them. When the bill arrives, they always hesitate and never offer to pay, so my husband pays the bill. How do we stop this selfish behavior from moochers? Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Subscriber onlyHappy birthday. You've a few surprises up your sleeve, and they will be very well received over the next three months. You may start to wonder if the job you took on is really within your ability. No one is successful alone. Reach out for help. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: I've had several invitations to be with some of my family for Thanksgiving, but I've turned them all down. I lost my wife to cancer a few months ago, and it just would be too painful to be with them. And anyway, I don't have much to be thankful for this year. Continue reading...

Super Quiz: Three-word phrases

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DEAR ABBY: Fiance refuses to vacate house for girls' weekend

DEAR ABBY: I live with my fiance, and we are being married in eight months. When I asked him if he would go and stay with his parents or some friends on a weekend when my girlfriend comes into town so we can have girl time, he got highly offended and said he isn't leaving "his" house. I pay more than he does in rent, and I don't feel I should have to rent a separate place. Continue reading...

With deepest gratitude: Democrat-Gazette staff gives its thanks for many things

Subscriber onlyIn the spirit of Thanksgiving, writers, editors and designers of the Democrat-Gazette have put together a list of what we're thankful for this year. Continue reading...

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