We've got your Thanksgiving cooking dictionary, along with holiday recipes from Heartbeet Kitchen!
Food & Drink
If you need a little comfort-food inspiration this season, check out these time-tested recipes from members of Woodbury Magazine’s editorial staff and advisory board.
My mother and stepfather were wonderful cooks. They are the reason I love spending most of my time in the kitchen, even when there’s nothing to cook. Leaning against the kitchen counter is my default position. When I showed up at their house, I’d join in the chopping, stirring and tasting.
Get a jump on your shopping list with a few favorite grilling items, from a guy who knows a thing or two—local foodie Instagram influencer Justin Konopaski (@cooking_with_justin).
A tomahawk steak is a ribeye with at least five inches of rib bone left intact—giving it a bit more drama, and a handy spot to grab it with your tongs.
Woodbury’s Justin Konopaski is a 3M facilities engineer by day and foodie influencer by night.
Leave this year’s Chef Fest with a full tummy and a fuller heart—the Woodbury Community Foundation’s annual fundraiser returns for its fifth year.
Survive the six weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas by creating healthy, alternative dishes.
FoodE Expert Amy Goetz offers up a smoked salmon and brie appetizer that's perfect for your next gathering.
Our Woodbury Senior Living columnist reflects on how traditions help bond us to the ones we love.
Eric Fung's lap cheong fried rice is a classic no-recipe recipe—a dish with just a few ingredients that you make the way you want.