The work of growing, hunting, and shopping natural comes together to bring an epic dinner for friends together for Thanksgiving.
After three weekends with no harvest or animals seen, Kiara finds out they were probably right in front of his face.
Hunting is frustrating because mostly you do nothing but wait, and then wait some more.
The local environment and pests place obstacles in the way of the project, much like the Pilgrims had to face.
Dinner guests force a slight change to the menu of the The First Feast Project.
We all are thankful for the things in our lives, but are we thankful for the right things? Tim Rohrer encourages us to consider things that we might not normally consider thanks-worthy.
The First Feast Thanksgiving Project runs into its first obstacle as guests quibble about eating foods harvested directly from nature.
How am I going to grow all these vegetables for Thanksgiving when I don’t own land? Easy — with a community garden.
What exactly was the menu at America's first Thanksgiving feast between the Pilgrims and Indians? It’s not what you think, or have been told!
Homemade cranberry-orange relish adds a bright, tart flavor to the Thanksgiving table.
Have you ever wondered what was served at the very first thanksgiving feast? If the question has ever crossed your mind, follow Kiara Ashanti as he answers the questions and describes how he creates the First Feast for Thanksgiving 2015.
Delicious and colorful roasted root vegetables melt in your mouth.
Sharing my practices of gratitude and thanksgiving.
A pickled pepper recipe that packs quite a punch. Don't be discouraged by November's nine degrees in the sun weather. Now is a great time to pull out your water-bath canner and put up your late-fall harvest for winter month garden-fresh eating.
Transforming the Thanksgiving leftovers into something wonderful can be a challenge. Try stuffing leftover turkey into Mexican poblano peppers.
When her parents fall ill, Michelle takes a step back to care for them, to take stock of all she has learned from them, and to observe an early Thanksgiving.
Make your Thanksgiving stuffing extra special this year with these recipes for homemade stuffing bread.
A rustic cranberry sauce with whole mustard seeds adds a little zing to Thanksgiving and beyond.
It can be hard to eat healthily during the holidays, especially Thanksgiving. Here are a few ways you can make your Thanksgiving meal healthier this year.
HOMEGROWN Life blogger and homesteader Rachel, of the Bay Area's Dog Island Farm, shares her method for cooking the very best Thanksgiving turkey ever.
Homegrown, homemade pumpkin pies are becoming the starting event to the holiday season. This year we turned 8 winter luxury squash into pumpkin pie mix.
Whether you’re traveling or staying home, try these tips for a healthy & environmentally-friendly Thanksgiving. www.earthgauge.net/?p=33317
A young homesteading family experiences their first harvest season and is able to preserve enough produce to last the winter.
Choose a pastured turkey rather than an industrial turkey this Thanksgiving. Follow these turkey cooking tips and discover why heritage turkeys are a better choice than commercial turkeys.
If you just happen to need white dinner rolls for a crowd at Thanksgiving, here's the recipe. Also, check out some really cool contests and special offers from King Arthur Flour.
Tips on how to travel safely and save gas during the Thanksgiving holiday.
If Thanksgiving weekend left you craving light, nutritious meals, try these recipes for winter-friendly salads.
Veggie meatloaf makes for a hearty, delicious entree or side dish perfect for vegetarians and vegans at Thanksgiving. Check out these three varieties: one features chickpeas, one lentils and one vegetarian meat substitute.
Tips for driving safely and saving gas during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Make your Thanksgiving day even more special by including your own home-grown goodness to the meal.
No one will miss the meat when you serve up fabulous vegetarian versions of Thanksgiving favorites. Try two versions of mushroom stuffing, mushroom gravy or delicious roasted Brussels sprouts this holiday!
We’d love to hear about the homegrown veggies you served for Thanksgiving. What garden favorites always grace your holiday table?
Simran Sethi takes a moment to give thanks.
This Thanksgiving consider opting for a pastured turkey instead of a commercially raised bird, and think about buying local Thanksgiving foods, too.
Reader Callout: Share your stories about the one thing you always make from scratch for Thanksgiving.
Vegetarians and vegans can enjoy an excellent meatless Thanksgiving dinner. Check out these great vegetarian and vegan recipes and websites.
Last spring, I decided to raise my own free-range turkey for Thanksgiving. Here’s how that project turned out.
As more people decide to pay a little extra for locally grown pastured turkey, demand may not meet supply. Make sure your bird is secure by buying farm-direct or shopping early.
Two food and gardening experts share their favorite varieties of potatoes and sweet potatoes for Thanksgiving.