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The Tom and Jerry was invented in London, but 200 years later, it's Wisconsin and Minnesota that carry the torch for this sweet and rich drink. The hot-batter cocktail remains a regional obsession.
"This year, I am thankful for memories. And feelings. And the life I’ve lived so far (been blessed with so far) because it has been wonderful. We are told not to look back, not to look forward, but to stay in the present, but today I’m indulging myself," writes Jill Pertler.
This potpourri is the perfect way to make your home smell warm and inviting this Thanksgiving weekend and throughout the holiday season.
Set an intentional one-word theme; create a morning ritual; and other tips.

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In this week's Fielding Questions, Don Kinzler asks readers for help identifying a mystery key found in landscaping soil in north Fargo.
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"One day not long ago, I scratched my head and felt something peculiar under my fingertips. Something flaky, thicker than regular skin and not quite right atop my scalp," writes Jill Pertler.
Sarah Nasello is also celebrating by hosting a holiday giveaway series on her blog SarahBakesnd.com.
The former “Tonight Show” host is being treated at the Grossman Burn Center following the incident in Los Angeles that injured the left side of his face, TMZ reported Monday.
In this week's Fielding Questions, Don Kinzler offers tips for treating an ailing hoya plant, wintering mandevilla and more.

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"People looking in from the outside wouldn’t necessarily see or know that I’m having a bit of a rough patch. You know how those things (also) go. We hide our rough patches because they aren’t becoming, or at least that’s what we believe," writes Jill Pertler.
Food columnist Sarah Nasello writes, "Big on flavor and deceptively simple to make, this Fire-Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Soup is the perfect choice when you’re craving homemade soup in the middle of the week."
'Arsenic and Old Lace' was adapted for the screen by Frank Capra in a film starring Cary Grant.

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