Stuffing vs Dressing

By Huckleberry Press / November 3, 2020 /

Growing up, this was the great debate in the kitchen around Thanksgiving. Are we making “stuffing” or are we making “dressing”?

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Finding Thanks in a Thankless Year

By Huckleberry Press / October 23, 2020 /

2020 started as most years do. The Better Half and I started planning out our next great adventures. Every year we plan out what exciting trips we would like to do.

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Celebrating The Bounty of the Fall

By Huckleberry Press / October 3, 2020 /

It started as a feast of thanks for a good harvest, a feast to celebrate that harvest and it was an indigenous custom before the first European landed in the Americas. Some of the foods served still show up on holiday tables, including turkeys, squash, corn and pumpkins.

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Tradition & Traditions

By Huckleberry Press / September 19, 2020 /

Now I want to have a conversation with all of you. “Tradition” and “Traditions” are different. Almost every family has “Traditions.” Thanksgiving, for example, is probably one of the biggest and well-known traditions.

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From the Dirt…Breathe Before Christmas

By Huckleberry Press / November 7, 2019 /

by Amber Jensen, Thanksgiving is an entire month for me. I drag it out as long as I can. From the first day of November to the very last…

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Happy Thanksgiving Coloring Contest

By Huckleberry Press / November 19, 2018 /

  Happy Thanksgiving Coloring Contest   Have fun coloring the turkey!   Once done, take a photo or scan of your completed coloring page and post to our Facebook page,…

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Make Time for Gratitude: Small Business Saturday

By Huckleberry Press / November 16, 2017 /

by Christina Ulrich   Gratitude is a wonderful feeling. It is humbling. It overcomes you and invokes feelings of true appreciation for friends and families, health and homes, and neighbors…

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Giving Thanks

By Huckleberry Press / November 23, 2016 / Comments Off on Giving Thanks

by Gladys Hanning Thanksgiving was a big event in our home growing up, full of tradition and family. It also seems to be a time of reflection. I’ve been thinking…

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