The weather is moving towards “brisk” temperatures in the 70s, pecans are falling from the trees and Los Spurs are back at it on the court. This means one thing: we’re on a fast track to Thanksgiving and that glorious food. As we all know, the centerpiece of any good Thanksgiving Day meal is the turkey—that glorious bird that’s either roasted, fried or smoked. But if you’re a trypto-fan like me, you want turkey throughout the year, not just on the holidays.
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Daily Bread Ministries, a local Christian food bank, is partnering with a national nonprofit called Mercy Chefs that provides professionally prepared meals during natural disasters and emergencies. The organizations are working together to provide 2,000 hot meals to families in need this Thanksgiving.
Written by colleenpence on Nov 25 2013 - 2:50pm
Whether you want to spruce up your home with quick, yet beautiful Thanksgiving decor, add creative, last-minute additions to your Turkey Day menu, or need clever ways to keep your kids busy while you cook, San Antonio mom bloggers have a suggestion or two.
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Want to add a location or event to the map? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or let us know in the comments. The holiday season is upon us! While many people will be enjoying the next few weeks with friends, family, and mugs of hot chocolate, some people could use a helping hand to make the season a little bit cozier. Whether you're hosting an event or gift donation site, we want to help people keep track of what you're doing.
Written by nancypjohnson on Nov 22 2011 - 4:16pm
This Thanksgiving holiday, the NOWCastSA staff has plenty to be thankful for. Here are our top 10.
Written by nancypjohnson on Nov 22 2011 - 3:56pm
The Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner has been mixed in San Antonio’s tradition since 1979 when the late Raul Jimenez fed 100 of San Antonio’s elderly and less fortunate. This year, 4,000 volunteers are expected to serve more than 25,000 who gather for the fellowship and the food, said event organizer Patricia Jimenez.