The seafood giant promised patrons as much shrimp as they could eat. It turns out they could eat a lot.
If you’re looking for something to wrap besides presents this holiday season, consider making these squash and leek dumplings.
in the 1980s, Springfield was home to a subterranean labyrinth made up of cheese wheels.
Olive Garden makes good on its promise of unlimited breadsticks, but the deal does come with some unpublicized caveats.
Clearing the last of the Christmas dinner plates is a special moment. It means it’s time for the traditional dessert.
When your uncle starts to talk politics, get the conversation back on track with these Thanksgiving tidbits instead.
When you put off washing the dirty dishes in your sink, you’re creating “bacteria soup” in your kitchen.
For just $3, you can enjoy a free Frosty with every Wendy's purchase you make for a year.
The world's longest saxophone note is too risky to attempt. So is the world's longest kiss.
Popovers make a delicious alternative—or supplement—to the classic stuffing and rolls served with a traditional turkey dinner.
Those frilly paper caps on your turkey's legs have been called “turkey frills,” “turkey booties,” and even “turkey panties.” Here’s where they came from.
Plates, bowls, and even cutlery can go in the compost pile instead of the trash.
If peeling potatoes with a peeler takes too much of your precious time, try this trick for removing the skins quickly using only your hands.
To prevent spilled dishes and spoiled perishables from ruining the meal, check out these tips for safely packing and transporting food to Thanksgiving dinner.
According to a new survey, many Americans would be happy to skip the turkey altogether on Thanksgiving—but that's not their most hated dish.
Here’s what you need to know about the art of brining a turkey—including how long you should brine it.
The slice of pumpkin pie is tucked among the turkey, Brussels sprouts, and squash in this Thanksgiving food hidden image puzzle.
Solariums are nostalgic for many customers, but Wendy's thinks they’re dated.
Ever wondered if yams and sweet potatoes are the same thing? Read this before sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner.
Most airline passengers focus on what they can’t bring through TSA checkpoints—but you'd be shocked by what can actually slip right through.
Pumpkin pie was actually born in Europe—until American colonists claimed it as their own in the late 18th century.
'Christmas creep' is getting stronger, with chocolate Santas popping up the second Halloween wraps. Here's why.