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"You've got VD!" The VALENTINE's DAY episode!

Hey ya sex pots! It's VD, and we've got a very special ep, overflowing with bath water and NECCO wafers! Tune in for the sensual history of boxed chocolates, and stay for the XXX behind t...

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Foods of Christmas Past

Scenes of Victorian Christmas feasts conjure visions of roasting chestnuts on a lively fire, roast goose on the platter, and a flaming plum pudding with, of course some mince pie and frui...

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How Can Eaters and Restaurants Have a Safe Thanksgiving?

Due to the increasing number of covid cases across the US, the CDC has recommended that people celebrate the holiday with people in their own households. This means, the best advice is to...

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Holiday Food, 3,000 years old.

Rosh Hashanah is an ancient holiday, and many of the foods eaten for the celebration are nearly the same as they were 3,000 years ago.

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Turducken: A Multi-layered Look at Thanksgiving

Who can resist a holiday that promotes eating multiple types of pie in a single meal? This week, we're exploring the unexpected sides of Thanksgiving. From culinary historians to turducke...

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Paw-fect Holiday Traditions

The holiday season is full of great food, parties, family time, and ugly sweaters—and not just for people! We love including our pets in our seasonal celebrations, so we asked our HRN com...

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The Perfect Friendsgiving Recipes

Whether you're celebrating Thanksgiving away from family or planning a special pre-holiday gathering, "Friendsgiving" is one of our favorite things about November. It's a chance to do thi...

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The Most Wonderful Time of the Meal

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Your Thanksgiving Podcast Playlist

By Olivia Harrison Of course Thanksgiving can be great fun what with the food, the family, and the friends. But all of that can be a lot to coordinate. Luckily, Heritage Radio Network has...

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How To Bake A Pie And Build An Indie Business

Emily Elsen was born and raised in the rural farm town of Hecla, South Dakota. Her mother and her mother’s sisters owned the popular Calico Kitchen restaurant for which their Grandmother ...