You've eaten. You've taken a nap. You've visited with family. You've watched enough football. Now what do you do?
A number of Green Country eateries, churches and shelters are opening their doors to the community Thanksgiving Day.
Not interested in the football games? Tired of family? Here's a list of theaters in the Tulsa area that will be open on Thanksgiving day.
Here are a few suggestions on how to prepare the perfect Turkey for your Thanksgiving feast.
Fresh berries offer an opportunity to enjoy cranberries in a different way. Here are some tips.
What are the must-haves at your Thanksgiving meal? You're lucky if the answer is simply "family and friends."
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Whether you're planning a small, intimate dinner or a huge gathering of family and friends, the perfect table must be set.
In a holiday rush? This tasty tomato soup is made in a flash. Serve with a tossed green salad and toasted Swiss-cheese sandwiches. Dunking optional.
The young guests at your Thanksgiving celebration will be so excited with these kid-friendly foods that are not only yummy but add pizzazz to your table.
Don't let your guests leave after everyone is stuffed. It's a good time for family bonding. But what is there to do? We have a few ideas.
The turkey's in the oven and guests are expected in a few. Mom is scrambling. What can the kids do to help (or stay out of the way)?
Thanksgiving is a wonderful time when we gather around the table to teach our children how to "give thanks" and be grateful for all they have.