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the best recipes for homemade bread


nothing beats the smell of homemade bread. it is nutritious, incredibly cheap to make and stays fresh for longer than supermarket bought bread. making bread at home is fun and it teaches the kids about baking. so why not have a go at making homemade bread? below we share with you three of the best recipes for homemade bread. all are easy to follow and taste wonderful. happy baking!quick bake breadingredients 500g bread flour1 sachet dried yeast1 tsp salt300ml warm water2 tbsp olive oil1 tbs honeymethod 1. pour the flour into a mixing bowl and stir in the yeast and salt. next slowly add the water, honey and oil, stirring well. 2. use a wooden spoon, or your hands if preferred, to make a rough dough.3. once you have a ball of dough, place onto a floured surface and knead well for around 10 m






panera bread launches delivery service in houston


image 1of/3captioncloseimage 1 of 3panera bread is launching delivery service in houston.panera bread is launching delivery service in houston.image 2 of 3lunch and dinner menu items are part of the new delivery service at panera bread.lunch and dinner menu items are part of the new delivery service at panera bread. photo: panera bread image 3 of 3panera bread panera bread  photo: diana haronis, getty images panera bread launches delivery service in houston1 / 3back to gallerypanera bread will ramp up hiring in houston as it launches delivery service as part a national rollout.the company offers delivery from the lunch and dinner menu, including soups, salads, sandwiches and baked goods, with a minimum order of $5. orders can be made via online and mobile apps, up to tw...






roti or naan? twitter's debating over the best indian bread and things are getti


every indian struggles with the decision between that one perfect bread. could it be the basic roti? or is it the fancy naan? the question has baffled people for centuries. now, it seems that the same question is muddling people across the world too. so, which is it? one brave adventurer, a journalist, has embarked on the journey to find that one bread which will rule them all.michael safi, who is a south asian correspondent for the guardian, has run a poll to help settle this debate that is as old as time itself. the thing is, you need to help him out to find out the answer to this (no, this is not an episode of dora the explorer). “indian food eaters, please help @alex_ogle @nickeperry and i settle an intense, vitally important argument over which is the #1 indian bread,” safi twe...






venezuela threatens to expropriate bakers that don't obey new bread regulations


according to roman poet juvenal, people hope for just two things: bread and circuses.while there is no word on the circus, venezuela’s beleaguered government is demanding that bakers at least give the people bread.the socialist government of president nicolás maduro threatened earlier this week to expropriate bakeries in caracas that fail to adhere to new regulations aimed at tackling widespread bread shortages.industry spokespersons, though, said it is physically impossible to abide by the new rules and that if the government expropriates the city’s 709 bakeries some 7,000 jobs would be at risk.venezuela does not produce its own wheat and instead relies on imports, which it sends to mills where it is ground into flour and then distributed to bakeries. the new regulations, which come ...






favorite dishes from cotogna, china live, rooh, dad's, marla and more


image 1of/8captioncloseimage 1 of 8dad's luncheonette, half moon bay: the hamburger with white bread grilled in brown butter with oak leaf lettuce, pickled onions, white cheddar cheese and a fried eggdad's luncheonette, half moon bay: the hamburger with white bread grilled in brown butter with oak leaf lettuce, pickled onions, white cheddar cheese and a fried eggimage 2 of 8china live: chrysanthemum 10 ingredient saladchina live: chrysanthemum 10 ingredient saladimage 3 of 8rooh: grilled asparagus surrounding a spiced cauliflower mousserooh: grilled asparagus surrounding a spiced cauliflower mousseimage 4 of 8le colonial: the pot au "pho" with turnips, radishes, pearl onion, oxtail and a beef brothle colonial: the pot au "pho" with turnips, radishes, pearl onion, oxtail and a beef br...






this $26 sandwich — literally ham, butter and bread — says everything about d.c.


there is a ham sandwich served at mirabelle, a new restaurant near the white house, and it costs $26.the sandwich, more precisely, is a “jambon beurre,” a classic french preparation that combines ham with butter on a baguette. in paris, it’s the ultimate grab-and-go food, the kind of thing that makes for a cheap and fast meal. at other washington eateries, such as bread furst and le diplomate, similar sandwiches clock in at about half of mirabelle’s price tag. but those places aren’t in the same fine-dining league as the french-american restaurant, which, within weeks of opening, has already vaulted to the upper echelon of d.c. dining rooms.in a city where craft cocktails and small plates have made it easy to drop $100 on dinner, mirabelle’s sandwich is yet another example of s...






up your baking game with this new bread-making class


i am sourdough obsessed.after baking my own sourdough loaves for more than a year, i now follow several sourdough-bread bakers from around the world on instagram, repeatedly “liking” their caramel-colored finished loaves and thrilling whenever they “like” mine in return.i now use phrases like “proofing time” and “hydration” to describe a finished loaf. there’s a countertop grain mill that i use to mill my own flour from both “hard white” and red wheat berries sold in burlap bags. once i even packed a jar of sourdough starter — a paste made from flour and water — when i went to visit friends in france. (they were amused.)so when i discovered that meyers bageri, the danish-inspired bakery founded by chef and entrepreneur claus meyer, was offering weekend sourdough-b...






h-e-b issues voluntary recall of hill country fare sandwich bread


photo: h-e-b image 1of/16captioncloseimage 1 of 16h-e-b has issued a voluntary recall of certain bread products with a "best by" date of april 29, 2017, or earlier. the recall does not apply to bread purchased in the san antonio area, rio grande valley, laredo or corpus christi. lessh-e-b has issued a voluntary recall of certain bread products with a "best by" date of april 29, 2017, or earlier. the recall does not apply to bread purchased in the san antonio area, rio grande valley, laredo ... more photo: h-e-b image 2 of 16h-e-b has issued a voluntary recall of these products with a "best by" date of april 29, 2017, or earlier.h-e-b has issued a voluntary recall of these products with a "best by" date of april 29, 2017, or earlier.image 3 of 1613 things you didn'...






is it a bird? a plane? no, it’s matzoh man, getting ready for passover.


matzoh man has parked his matzoh mobile at farragut square. accompanied by his trusty sidekick, the matzoh maharat, it is time for him to leap into action. “who wants matzoh?” matzoh man shouts, proffering a square of crispy unleavened bread to passersby out in the tuesday lunchtime sunshine. “matzoh! kosher for passover!”every year as passover approaches, rabbi shmuel herzfeld dons a brown and white two-piece suit imprinted with a distinctive pattern, with a skullcap and shoes to match. he looks like a walking saltine cracker, but is in fact a piece of matzoh, the unleavened bread central to the passover seder dinner.“you want some matzoh with that yogurt?” herzfeld asks a startled-looking woman walking up 17th street. “no?”there are two things that herzfeld — the rabbi ...






nyc immigrant bakers facing job loss call for day without bread


there will be no more baking — or earning — bread on friday for more than a dozen tom cat workers who were told to produce valid working papers by then or be fired. some staffers got the required paperwork ahead of the april 21 deadline — but the majority will miss the mark, sources said the artisanal-bread bakery in long island city sent letters to 30 immigrant workers last month telling them they had until april 21 to come up valid u.s. working papers. tom cat’s edict was handed down as part of an i-9 audit by the department of homeland security — begun in january under the obama administration.trump breaks the ice with unworkable immigration orders the audit forced tom cat bakery to tell the staffers to provide proof they could work legally in the u.s. or ...






your turkey sandwich is contributing to global warming


here’s some co2-free food for thought.one single loaf of bread contributes as much to global warming as one pound of carbon dioxide, according to a new study published wednesday in nature plants.food production and consumption is the cause of approximately one-third of total greenhouse gas emissions. this factoid led a research team at university of sheffield to delve into the supply chain process of bread.“we found in every loaf there is embodied global warming,” liam goucher, lead author of the study, said in a statement. he added that consumers are likely aware of the environmental impacts of a product’s plastic wrapping, but not of the product itself.the scientists analyzed a single loaf of bread’s co2 contributions, including growing and harvesting the wheat, milling the gra...






singapore jails couple for starving filipino domestic helper


woman weighed just 29.4kg in april 2014 after being given too little to eat for about 15 monthschong sui foon and lim choon hong, who were charged for starving their filipino domestic helper, arrive at the state courts for a hearing in singapore.singapore: a singapore court jailed a couple on monday for starving their filipino domestic helper, a case that highlighted what rights groups say is a common complaint in the wealthy city-state.thelma oyasan gawidan, 40, weighed just 29.4kg in april 2014 after being given too little to eat for about 15 months, prosecutors said.she was given two or three slices of plain white bread and one to two packets of instant noodles for breakfast, while for her second and last meal of the day she was given five or six slices of plain bread, prosecutors said.






goat's cheese and asparagus salad


the simplest of recipes to showcase the fresh new season's asparagus, this makes a lovely light start to a meal. a key component is the fabulous wensum white goat's cheese made by fielding cottage in norfolk. i hope they don't mind me taking a blowtorch to it.you can of course use the goat's cheese of your choice but if you can get your hands on some wensum white you won't regret it. it's a melt-in-your-mouth brie-style cheese and has won both a silver and a super gold at the world cheese awards.goat's cheese and asparagus sald (serves 4-6 as a starter)ingredients:1 log of wensum white goat's cheese or equivalent5 spears of asparagus per person2 or 3 slices of good white bread, toasteda handful of toasted hazelnuts, roughly choppedfor the vinaigrette:3-4 tbsp olive oiljuice of abou...






hints from heloise: zucchini is a bread winner


dear heloise: my two “loves” are gardening and baking. every year, i seem to grow an overabundance of zucchini. i don’t want to let it go to waste, so i shred it in my food processor and freeze it in freezer bags. when i get in the mood to bake zucchini bread, i just thaw out a freezer bag of zucchini and start baking!violet c., ponca city, okla.violet c.: no waste and no wanting. let the zucchini thaw and put it in a fresh green salad. dear heloise: if you want to improve the flavor of homemade bread and give it a nice, crisp, crunchy top, brush the top of the loaf with vinegar just before baking. i use apple-cider vinegar or sometimes balsamic for a little different taste. beth w., martinsville, ind.beth w.: what a great hint! and vinegar has so many wonderful uses! i make sure to ...






trump invites ruthless dictators to the white house because why, do you suppose?


(tom toles)the debate about whether president trump rewards crazed dictators by inviting them to the white house is the least of our worries. the real worry is whether we have a dictator-in-waiting living there full time (at least when he is not golfing at one of his private white houses).have you noticed the pattern yet? just when you think that trump is moderating from a bizarre, uninformed maniac into a regular, uninformed officeholder, he will do something such as invite rodrigo duterte to stop in and break some heads, i mean bread. or say that north korea’s kim jong un is a “smart cookie” for consolidating power by having his uncle executed.these are not the exceptions that prove the rule; they are the rule that belies the exceptions. trump’s instincts and temperament are tho...






tadich grill review: tom sietsema rates the san francisco import in d.c.


the following review appears in the washington post’s 2017 spring dining guide.tadich grill’s signature cioppino, with scallops, shrimp, clams, mussels, bay shrimp, white fish, dungeness crab, tomato and garlic bread. (dixie d. vereen/for the washington post)(good)the washington branch of the san francisco treat does an impressive job of making you feel as if you’re dining in the original. while bigger than the restaurant born during the california gold rush, the spinoff — picture a saloon with a seafood focus — comes with menus that use the identical green tint, booths wrapped in wood walls and sourdough bread from the same source. steaks you can get anywhere; come here for the things you can’t, including sweet-fleshed sand dabs and tangy cioppino, conveniently offered in thre...






‘march for bread’ protesters reach key yemen port


by: afp | hodeidah | updated: april 25, 2017 4:02 pm people take part in a march, denouncing plans by the arab coalition to attack hodeidah, from sanaa to the port city of hodeidah, yemen, wednesday, apr. 19, 2017. (ap photo/hani mohammed)yemeni protesters reached the red sea city of hodeida on tuesday, ending a weeklong march from the capital to demand the rebel-held port be declared a humanitarian zone. some 25 protesters made the 225-kilometre (140-mile) walk, dubbed the “march for bread”, to call for unrestricted aid deliveries to yemen, where iran-backed huthi rebels have battled government forces allied with a saudi-led arab coalition for two years.protestors waved flags emblazoned with loaves of bread and chanted slogans demanding the port be spared in the war, which the un...






‘we are not fake news’: at a trump-free correspondents’ dinner, white house pres


(reuters)the white house correspondents’ association punched back this weekend against an administration that has denigrated it, attempted to discredit it and, ultimately, snubbed it by becoming the first administration in decades to skip out on the annual bread-breaking between the white house and the reporters who cover the presidency.“we cannot ignore the rhetoric that has been employed by the president about who we are and what we do,” association president jeff mason told a ballroom of journalists attending the correspondents’ dinner on saturday night. “we are not fake news. we are not failing news organizations. and we are not the enemy of the american people.”at the last line, he received a standing ovation.president trump’s relationship with the press has been notorio...






‘we are not fake news’: at a trump-free correspondents’ dinner, white house pres


(reuters)the white house correspondents’ association punched back this weekend against an administration that has denigrated it, attempted to discredit it and, ultimately, snubbed it by becoming the first administration in decades to skip out on the annual bread-breaking between the white house and the reporters who cover the presidency.“we cannot ignore the rhetoric that has been employed by the president about who we are and what we do,” association president jeff mason told a ballroom of journalists attending the correspondents’ dinner on saturday night. “we are not fake news. we are not failing news organizations. and we are not the enemy of the american people.”at the last line, he received a standing ovation.president trump’s relationship with the press has been notorio...






forget frappuccinos because this houston bakery is making unicorn sweet bread


unicorn pan dulce (sweet bread) at el bolillo bakery in houston media: [email protected] / chron.com the unicorn frappuccino, with its swirl of purple, blue and pink, is now a thing of the past. but houston's el bolillo bakery is putting its own sweet spin on the craze.the popular panaderia, which includes locations on s. wayside and airline, has introduced pink, blue and purple pan dulce -- or sweet bread -- to its already impressive array of confections. and they can barely keep it on the shelves.photos of the frap-inspired baked goods popped up on el bolillo's instagram and facebook pages tuesday night and quickly racked up thousands of likes and shares. a few simple videos earned more than 250,000 views in a matter of hours. photo: joey guerra image 1of/21captionc...






forget frappuccinos because this houston bakery is making unicorn sweet bread


unicorn pan dulce (sweet bread) at el bolillo bakery in houston media: [email protected] / chron.com the unicorn frappuccino, with its swirl of purple, blue and pink, is now a thing of the past. but houston's el bolillo bakery is putting its own sweet spin on the craze.the popular panaderia, which includes locations on s. wayside and airline, has introduced pink, blue and purple pan dulce -- or sweet bread -- to its already impressive array of confections. and they can barely keep it on the shelves.photos of the frap-inspired baked goods popped up on el bolillo's instagram and facebook pages tuesday night and quickly racked up thousands of likes and shares. a few simple videos earned more than 250,000 views in a matter of hours. photo: joey guerra image 1of/21captionc...






forget frappuccinos because this houston bakery is making unicorn sweet bread


unicorn pan dulce (sweet bread) at el bolillo bakery in houston media: [email protected] / chron.com the unicorn frappuccino, with its swirl of purple, blue and pink, is now a thing of the past. but houston's el bolillo bakery is putting its own sweet spin on the craze.the popular panaderia, which includes locations on s. wayside and airline, has introduced pink, blue and purple pan dulce -- or sweet bread -- to its already impressive array of confections. and they can barely keep it on the shelves.photos of the frap-inspired baked goods popped up on el bolillo's instagram and facebook pages tuesday night and quickly racked up thousands of likes and shares. a few simple videos earned more than 250,000 views in a matter of hours. photo: joey guerra image 1of/21captionc...






‘we are not fake news’: at a trump-free correspondents’ dinner, white house pres


at a less glitzy and more earnest dinner than past years, journalism legends bob woodward, center, and carl bernstein, delivered remarks about the importance of a free press. (marvin joseph/the washington post)the white house correspondents’ association punched back this weekend against an administration that has denigrated it, attempted to discredit it and, ultimately, snubbed it by becoming the first administration in decades to skip out on the annual bread-breaking between the white house and the reporters who cover the presidency.“we cannot ignore the rhetoric that has been employed by the president about who we are and what we do,” association president jeff mason told a ballroom of journalists attending the correspondents’ dinner on saturday night. “we are not fake news. we...






insecure about your body? talking about it while naked can help.


it’s a friday night in toronto, and caitlin k. roberts is getting ready for the evening as if she were getting together with friends. there are bottles of wine — one red, one white — enough for people to have a glass without getting hammered. she slices apples and puts them on plates that she places on the floor alongside spreads of chips and salsa and humus and pita bread. twelve pillows form a circle around the snacks; on each pillow is a clean, white hand towel and a clipboard of consent forms arranged on top.“i don’t get chocolate and cheese, because they make people gassy — you don’t want that when people are getting naked,” roberts says, adding that she covers her bases by going with vegan bites. “but people don’t come here for the food.”as 7 p.m. approaches, ro...






insecure about your body? talking about it while naked can help.


it’s a friday night in toronto, and caitlin k. roberts is getting ready for the evening as if she were getting together with friends. there are bottles of wine — one red, one white — enough for people to have a glass without getting hammered. she slices apples and puts them on plates that she places on the floor alongside spreads of chips and salsa and humus and pita bread. twelve pillows form a circle around the snacks; on each pillow is a clean, white hand towel and a clipboard of consent forms arranged on top.“i don’t get chocolate and cheese, because they make people gassy — you don’t want that when people are getting naked,” roberts says, adding that she covers her bases by going with vegan bites. “but people don’t come here for the food.”as 7 p.m. approaches, ro...






maybe a giant of journalism makes more sense than a comedian for this year’s whi


past entertainers have included, clockwise, cecily strong, jay leno, and larry wilmore. photos credits: ap photo/jacquelyn martin; the associated press; and ap photo/susan walshthis year’s white house correspondents’ association dinner will be markedly different than those in recent history — no glass-raising president on the dais, no tuxedoed cabinet secretaries in the hotel ballroom seats, and few imported celebrities to selfie with.the reasons: president trump and his aides’ decisions to snub the dinner; hollywood’s antipathy toward the white house; and the queasiness many journos feel about breaking bread with the very folks who’ve labeled them “fake news.”so is it time for a departure from another whcd tradition, that of a comedian cracking jokes about the president? i...






maybe a giant of journalism makes more sense than a comedian for this year’s whi


past entertainers have included, clockwise, cecily strong, jay leno, and larry wilmore. photos credits: ap photo/jacquelyn martin; the associated press; and ap photo/susan walshthis year’s white house correspondents association’s dinner will be markedly different than those in recent history — no glass-raising president on the dais, no tuxedoed cabinet secretaries in the hotel ballroom seats, and few imported celebrities to selfie with.the reasons: president trump and his aides’ decisions snub the dinner; hollywood’s antipathy towards the white house; and the queasiness many journos feel about breaking bread with the very folks who’ve labeled them “fake news.”so is it time for a departure from another whcd tradition, that of a comedian cracking jokes about the president? is...






dos and dont’s to control diabetes


1. eat at regular intervals. replace simple carbohydrates with complex. opt for a low-carb meal.2. eat at fixed hours. make sure that you have three appropriate meals. eat the same amount of food every day.3. eat leisurely and chew well before swallowing.4. exercise daily.5. lose weight6. drink sufficient amounts of water.7. use non-fat milk, yogurt and cheese.8. check your blood glucose regularly and check also the other tests, such as such as the kidney function, liver function, heart function and ketone levels.9. avoid white rice, white flour, carrots, potatoes, bread and bananas.10. avoid processed foods, sweets and sugary drinks.11. quit smoking.12. quit alcohol.






the best toaster


who should buy thisyou're probably looking for a new toaster because your old one bit the dust. or maybe it toasts unevenly, can't accommodate bagels, or doesn't fit with your kitchen anymore. if you use a toaster oven and it dries out your bread, switching to the intense, direct heat of a toaster can give you a nice char while keeping the bread's texture intact.if you need something more versatile and capable than a two-slot toaster, you're better off getting a toaster oven, which can handle some (if not all) of the tasks that a full-size oven can tackle. however, if you have a large family and you don't want to invest in (or don't have room for) a large toaster oven, four-slot toasters are the way to go. with double the capacity, four-slot toasters allow you to produce more toast ...






the greatest accomplishments of trump's first 100 days from ryan haney


1. got his well-done steak back after a stray dog snatched it off the dinner table.2. has taken a deuce in over half of the toilets in the white house.3. finally worked the hitch out of his back swing.4. got jeff sessions to sit on his lap and pretend to be his ventriloquist dummy.5. spelled his own wife’s name three different ways.6. made it an entire day before realizing that his fly was down and his dick was out.7. ate over 48 spiders in his sleep.8. only pissed on his own tie twice.9. removed almost 1/3 of the russian agents from his staff.10. convinced the white house kitchen to make him a grilled cheese sandwich with pancakes for bread.11. carved his initials into oval office desk, oval office, chair, and sean spicer’s back.12. near completion on oval office trap door.13. put a s...






learn some science the game-show way with stephen dubner


‘tell me something i don’t know’stephen j. dubner podcast and obscure facts“it turns out that kneading bread is a fraud. it doesn’t do what people think, and you don’t have to do it.”that’s a quote from nathan myhrvold, author of the forthcoming five-volume “modernist bread,” who goes on to explain that the gluten proteins that bakers think they’re massaging into place will actually align all by themselves in the presence of water.and it’s the first of several science lessons presented in the season 2 premiere of the podcast, “tell me something i don’t know,” hosted by stephen j. dubner. the game-show format introduces audiences to a panel of three judges — a mix of comedians and brainiacs — and then welcomes contestants to try to wow them with obscure fac...






‘we are not fake news,’ declares president of correspondents’ association


washington: the white house correspondents’ association punched back this weekend against an administration that has denigrated it, attempted to discredit it and, ultimately, snubbed it by becoming the first administration in decades to skip the annual bread-breaking between the white house and the reporters who cover the presidency.“we cannot ignore the rhetoric that has been employed by the president about who we are and what we do,” association president jeff mason told a ballroom of journalists attending the correspondents’ dinner on saturday night. “we are not fake news. we are not failing news organisations. and we are not the enemy of the american people.”at the last line, he received a standing ovation.president donald trump’s relationship with the press has been noto...






make the cheesy bread that the french nibble nightly


dorie greenspan’s cheesy-bacony quick bread. (deb lindsey /for the washington post)greetings from paris, where i’m pondering time, friendship, early-evening drinks and cheese bread.i’m in paris a whole less than i’m in new york, yet i see my french friends a whole lot more. it’s not that i prefer the french set. it’s not even that i’m more gadabout here. nope, i think it’s because there are so many more opportunities to see friends in paris, and they’re all built into the rhythm of the day.in addition to breakfast, lunch and dinner, there are three other let’s-get-together moments: pre-work. the cafés open before the crack of dawn, and sharing the first coffee of the day with a friend at your regular place is simple. (my husband and our friend, bernard, meet five days a week at the petit s






make the cheesy bread that the french nibble nightly


dorie greenspan’s cheesy-bacony apero quick bread. (deb lindsey /for the washington post)greetings from paris, where i’m pondering time, friendship, early-evening drinks and cheese bread.i’m in paris a whole less than i’m in new york, yet i see my french friends a whole lot more. it’s not that i prefer the french set. it’s not even that i’m more gadabout here. nope, i think it’s because there are so many more opportunities to see friends in paris, and they’re all built into the rhythm of the day.in addition to breakfast, lunch and dinner, there are three other let’s-get-together moments: pre-work. the cafés open before the crack of dawn, and sharing the first coffee of the day with a friend at your regular place is simple. (my husband and our friend, bernard, meet five days a week at the p






ignoring the gluten free market is absolutely quackers


cyril the coeliac duck hates bread. he's surrounded by it on an almost daily basis. countless well-meaning passers-by chuck huge lumps of the stuff at him and he smiles politely, to the extent that his beak allows, declines (because it will make him ill), and goes about his day, hungrily. he doesn't think his food rut will ever end. but then, standing on the bridge over his beloved pond, he spots his favourite type of person; someone who knows that bread is bad for ducks. along with his friends, sophie and sam, cyril flocks to this well-informed maverick who is generously doling out corn, grapes, lettuce and peas - all things that ducks love and can safely eat. this man, is part of something that's going to change the world, the gluten freevolution.you see, cyril isn't alone on the glu...






most searched recipes in each state


photo: joelena, getty images image 1of/41captioncloseimage 1 of 41banana bread — nevada, new mexico, kansas. it was the only recipe that was most-searched in as many as three states.banana bread — nevada, new mexico, kansas. it was the only recipe that was most-searched in as many as three states. photo: joelena, getty images banana bread — nevada, new mexico,  kansas. it was the... photo-12472264.141977 - sfgateimage 2 of 41turkey — massachusetts. the home of the first thanksgiving still needs help cooking a gobbler.turkey — massachusetts. the home of the first thanksgiving still needs help cooking a gobbler. photo: kajakiki, getty images turkey — massachusetts.  the home of the first thanksgiving... photo-12472263.141977 - s...






ask amy: elderly father discloses decades-old crime


dear amy: my 94-year-old father just told me that, decades ago, a family “friend” d my mother. my mom p ed away last year.this “friend” died many years ago, so there’s nothing i can do to address the allegation. i cannot even determine if it’s true.nevertheless, this information is quite disturbing. i wonder if i can or should disclose this to my sister, my wife or my children — or anybody other than, perhaps, my the ist or clergy (if i had either).burdenedburdened: first, you should sit with your father and ask him to tell you everything he wants you to know. ask him how he feels about what he is telling you. give him lots of time to either respond or to sit quietly.tell him you are very sorry he has been carrying this burden, and let him know that you will carry it, now.yes, you should t