By Kate Rowe, November 27, 2009
Thank goodness for leftovers! One of the joys of being the holiday host is having delicious leftovers available for subsequent meals. Here are some of our favorite tips for making new, exciting dishes from your leftovers.
By Paige Brady, November 26, 2009
Here's wishing you and your loved ones a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!
By Kate Demase, November 25, 2009
The day before Thanksgiving is our busiest day here at Whole Foods Market, and one of my favorite days of the whole year. It is the day my team and I have been working toward for months, with the excitement building more each day.
By Hosea Rosenberg, November 24, 2009
There's nothing like rich, silky gravy poured over turkey and mashed potatoes to complete a holiday feast. Learn to make our foolproof four-step gravy
sure to rival your family recipe.
By James Parker, November 24, 2009
Every year between Thanksgiving and Christmas, our produce and floral buying office hosts a holiday meal. The tradition started four years ago as an appreciation for the remarkable work we do during the holidays. The idea was also to take some time to sample some of the great product we provide to our customers.
By Jill Velez, November 23, 2009
The holidays are a time of joy and celebration, of getting together with family and friends and sharing the gifts of the season. This is also the most wasteful time of the year.
By Paige Brady, November 22, 2009
Are you starting to go a bit crazy? Is the weight of the week crushing you just a bit? Instead of reaching for the Rolling Stones' version of Mother's Little Helpers, reach for your phone or your car keys instead. Your Whole Foods Market team members are here for you! We love this week. Really!
By Hosea Rosenberg, November 22, 2009
Carving the Thanksgiving turkey can be a daunting endeavor. Watch our easy step-by-step guide, and you'll master the carving with confidence. And check out our Turkey Toolkit
with tips on how big a bird to buy, to stuff or not to stuff, why we brine and everything else you wanted to know about roasting and serving a turkey but were afraid to ask.
By Kate Rowe, November 21, 2009
For some folks, Thanksgiving is really all about the sides and not the turkey. Sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, stuffing, homemade rolls, mashed potatoes and more, every family has their own traditions.
By Paige Brady, November 20, 2009