How to cook a turkey, Thanksgiving storms, growing herbs indoors

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Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, November 24, 2020

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The south wall warms me: November has begun,
Yet never shone the sun as fair as now
While the sweet last-left damsons from the bough
With spangles of the morning's storm drop down
Because the starling shakes it, whistling what
Once swallows sang. 

–Edward Thomas (1878–1917)

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How to Cook a Turkey: Cooking Times and Tips
How to Cook a Turkey: Cooking Times and Tips
Ready to roast the big bird? Here are our tips on how to cook a turkey, including a chart on how long to cook a turkey for peak flavor!
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How to Use a Meat Thermometer
How to Use a Meat Thermometer
Take the guesswork out of cooking! Here are tips for using a meat thermometer to ensure that the safe minimum internal temperature of meat is reached. That way, you know when it’s done, at peak flavor, and also safe for eating.
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Historic Thanksgiving Storms
Historic Thanksgiving Storms
Has wild weather ever disrupted your Thanksgiving? Here are 5 of the biggest Thanksgiving storms in American history!
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Commemorate the timeless tradition of The Old Farmer’s Almanac with lovely ornaments! Plus, beautiful pewter ornaments for an elegant Christmas tree.
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Rhubarb
Rhubarb
Rhubarb is a perennial vegetable famous for its tart-flavored pinkish-green stalks, although it’s used as a sweetened fruit in pies, tarts, and jams. Here’s how to plant, grow, and harvest your own rhubarb!
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What does snow on Christmas night mean for next year's crops?

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Growing Herbs Indoors
Growing Herbs Indoors
Even just a few pots of herbs indoors can supply you with wonderful flavors at your fingertips year-round. All you need is a sunny windowsill or grow lights. Here are seven herbs that will grow well indoors and provide you with beauty, flavor, and scents into winter!
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