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Join News10 and Raley’s Food for Families for a Day of Giving Friday

Join News10 and Raley’s Food for Families for a Day of Giving Friday

Mark your calendars for Friday for a Day of Giving with News10 and Raley’s Food for Families.

While you’re out picking up groceries for the holiday, you can buy a $10 gift bag at any Raley’s, Bel Air or Food Source, and Raley’s will double your donation.

Current count is 1,608261.

Help us reach our goal of 2 million pounds of food for struggling families in your area.

Click HERE to learn more.

Plus, join in the conversation on Raley's Food For Families Facebook page

 

Watch our "Christmas" episode of Bringing It Home as Laura invites Chef Josh Thomsen. Sunday at 5pm!

Watch our "Christmas" episode of Bringing It Home as Laura invites Chef Josh Thomsen. Sunday at 5pm!

Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way.  Oh, what fun it is to cook with Chef Josh Thomsen on Bringing It Home today.  Join us Sunday for our "Christmas" episode as Laura cooks with Josh Thomsen, Executive Chef in Meritage at the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley.  Learn how to bring the holidays together as Chef Josh prepares Braised Beef Short Ribs, Roasted Pheasant and Potato Latkas that he learned to make with his Grandma Rose!  Also Learn to make some delicious vegetables that will go along with your holiday traditions such as brussel sprouts and tri-colored carrots. 

Want to win a dinner for two at Meritage in the Claremont?  Become our fan on Facebook and enter to win!  http://www

Help Raley's 'Food For Families' Fight Hunger in Our Community

Help Raley's 'Food For Families' Fight Hunger in Our Community

Join News10 and our friends at Raley's, Bel Air and Food Source for the Raley's Food for Families holiday food drive.

It's EASY!

Just go to the Raley's Food For Families Facebook page and click on the LIKE button and/or the TWEET button and Raley's will donate 25 cents to help fight hunger in our community.

Watch our "Holiday Baking" episode of Bringing It Home this Sunday at 5pm.

Watch our "Holiday Baking" episode of Bringing It Home this Sunday at 5pm.

Would you like to make the holidays extra special tis year?  How about giving gifts to all of your friends and family without breaking into the bank? We are here to spread the holiday cheer and to help you cross everyone off your list whilve saving both time and money.  Let's put our talents together and bake.  We are bringing Bill Corbett, San Francisco's best Pastry Chef, right into your home.  Learn recipes that are easy to make and will leave your recipients impressed. 

Looking for a little extra help?  Save Mart Supermarkets is here to help the Holiday heroes.  Read Laura's blog to learn more about holiday baking.

 

Join us this Sunday at 5pm for our "Holiday Fusion" episode of Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh.

Join us this Sunday at 5pm for our "Holiday Fusion" episode of Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh.

Do you ever wonder how your fellow American's celebrate the holidays?  We are so blessed to live in a country filled with many rich cultures.  Join us in our "Holiday Fusion" episode as we bring you in for a peak of Chef Jet Tila's Thai styled holiday!  Learn some creative new ways to stuff your turkey, prepare leftovers and quick meal solutions.  Your family will be so thrilled with your Thai inspired menu and come back for more. 

Turkey Hunting in Madrid

Turkey Hunting in Madrid

Have you ever found yourself in the market for a Thanksgiving turkey in Spain? Well, I have and learned they are even more rare than a café open in the late afternoon. 

While studying abroad in England I got to meet up with a friend in Madrid while her ship docked for a few days in Cadiz. We had grand ideas of washing away any homesickness with an American Thanksgiving celebration with friends. As I soon discovered, turkey is geographically native to the Americas and not a common dish in Europe, even on (gasp) what I consider the most sacred holiday of the year! My grandmother told me later she had the same experience while living in Switzerland in the 60's - and Thanksgiving Goose it was!

We quickly got over this travel speed bump and set out to discover the city and find our own feast. As weary travelers we wholly embraced the standstill that overtakes the city at siesta time.