"Most chefs don’t roast the bird whole like you do at home. We don’t need to do the big show of carving at the table. What we need is consistency and uniformity."
What Thanksgiving, otherwise known as Ragamuffin Day, meant to an Irish family in New York right after World War II.
It's never too early to be prepared! Rather than being rushed off your feet on Thursday why not start prepping now.
Living in Ireland over the Thanksgiving holidays makes you take account of what you are doing with your life.
From how to shop for a turkey to the ultimate cranberry sauce, our Irish chef in Miami has you covered this Thanksgiving.
With some of us homesick and some happily overseas in Ireland, finding the Thanksgiving feeling in Dublin, especially a good Thanksgiving dinner, still feels to us all like a treasure hunt.
Leave room in the oven for your Thanksgiving dinner trimmings and cook up a succulent bird on "the barbie."
What better way to prep for Thanksgiving (just a week away) than with some scrumptious pumpkin recipes.
Our Irish chef adds a little piece of Ireland to mix this Thanksgiving, flavoring this pumpkin pie with a little Irish whiskey... to keep away the chill don't ye know!
An Irish slant on a Thanksgiving side with a bit of a kick.
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