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Thankful

November 29th, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

As you are emerging from your post-turkey haze, trying to figure out how to entertain lingering friends and family, shopping local or setting off in search of the perfect Christmas tree, we’d like to take a moment to say that WE are thankful for YOU.  You read, share posts, comment and email us your questions […]

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Thanksgiving Baskets for Neighbors in Need

November 21st, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC, Eastern Market

              Are you cooking for Thanksgiving? Or giving thanks that someone else is commandeering the kitchen? Either way, pack an extra bag with all the fixings while you’re loading up your cart at the grocery store. You can make a big difference to what’s on the table in the […]

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Giving Thanks

November 22nd, 2012 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

There are a lot of things to love about Thanksgiving: the food, the crazy relatives, the football, the time off work, the food and subsequent food coma…but my favorite part (aside from the food, if you didn’t pick up on that) is seeing people take a moment to think about what they are thankful for […]

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What’s at Your Thanksgiving Table? Le Grenier’s Marie Ziar Shares Recipe for Sweet Potato Soufflé

November 16th, 2012 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC, H Street

In the week leading up to Thanksgiving, The Hill is Home asked a few Capitol Hill chefs to share their favorite Thanksgiving recipe, giving you another option at this year’s table. Do you have a favorite food staple at your Thanksgiving meal? If so, share it with us at TheHillisHome@gmail.com. Back in August, Sam and […]

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Going for the Gobbler: Where will you get your Thanksgiving turkey?

November 15th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Capitol Hill, DC

I have two boys, each with a hollow leg, because they eat a scandalous amount despite being on the skinny side. So, knowing that a 10 pound turkey would be no match for Gobble-Dee and Gobble-Dum, I couldn’t resist the tasteful and elegant siren song of P&C Market’s Polyface Farm Turkeys. In case you’ve never […]

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