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Jeanne Muchnick

Features Editor jmuchnick@dailyvoice.com

Jeanne Muchnick, Daily Voice Features Editor, has covered everything from baby advice for Parents Magazine to travel finds for The Rough Guides to human interest features for The New York Times to lifestyle insights for prevention.com. She has been a Senior Editor at top national women's magazines including Woman's World and Woman's Day and was instrumental in the launch of Gannett's InTown, Rockland and Putnam magazines. She is also the author of Dinner for Busy Moms. Among her favorite things to write about: Her neighbors and surrounding communities. So email her and fill her in on what's happening near you.

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  1. Tell Us Your Thanksgiving Traditions, Pleasantville

    Tell Us Your Thanksgiving Traditions, Pleasantville

    Happy Thanksgiving.How are you celebrating today? If your'e like most folks, you've got certain traditions -- 82 percent of Americans say they have special ones this holiday.According to MiLegacy, a new social network, 43 percent of Americans have food-related traditions, while another 39 percent have timeless family rituals.For many (34 percent) hearing family updates and stories is ...

  2. Here Are Craziest Thanksgiving Dishes Enjoyed By New Yorkers

    Here Are Craziest Thanksgiving Dishes Enjoyed By New Yorkers

    Would it surprise you to know crab cakes are on the menu at many Maryland Thanksgiving tables? Or that you can find Buffalo chicken dip as an appetizer in Pennsylvania? According to a state-by-state roundup by Delish.com of the craziest Thanksgiving food traditions, New York takes the cake... the cheesecake.The site says the classic dessert is a must for many New Yorkers come the ...

  3. Some Moving Westchester Stories Of Thanks

    Some Moving Westchester Stories Of Thanks

    The "thanks" in Thanksgiving is all about  helping others and taking comfort in the bounty we have. Which is why we dug into our archives to bring you some of the stories we've run this year of local residents that have touched our hearts -- and reminded us what being grateful is all about. Bedford resident Bonnie Saran, the chef/owner of Little Drunken Chef opens the doors to ...

  4. Clean, Cook & Reheat Safely This Thanksgiving, Says Westchester Health Dept

    Clean, Cook & Reheat Safely This Thanksgiving, Says Westchester Health Dept

    Before you cook your bird this Thanksgiving, the Westchester County Health Department offers the following safe holiday cooking tips.*** Clean: The number one tip to safely prepare your holiday meal in your home is to keep everything clean.Thoroughly wash hands with water and soap for 20 seconds (hum the Happy Birthday song twice ) before and after handling any food. Make sure your ...

  5. Rapper DMX Helps Give Away Free Turkeys In Westchester

    Rapper DMX Helps Give Away Free Turkeys In Westchester

    It's turkey time and everyone is getting into the act.That includes Westchester celebrities and politicians. Spotted on Instagram: Rapper and Yonkers native Earl Simmons, professionally known as DMX, who helped give away free turkeys at the Yonkers Police Athletic League Center (PAL) with Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano. 

  6. Northern Westchester Chef Plans Free Thanksgiving Brunch Sixth Year In Row

    Northern Westchester Chef Plans Free Thanksgiving Brunch Sixth Year In Row

    Bonnie Saran, the chef/owner of Little Drunken Chef is, as is her tradition, opening the doors to her Mount Kisco restaurant on Thanksgiving day for those looking for camaraderie and a meal.For free. Come Thursday, Nov.23, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. anyone who walks through the door will be treated to an early afternoon feast of turkey, mashed potatoes, Brussel sprouts, chicken tikka ...

  7. Hillary Clinton Westchester Business Council Appearance Draws Record Crowd

    Hillary Clinton Westchester Business Council Appearance Draws Record Crowd

    Westchester resident and 2016 Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton attracted a record crowd at The Business Council of Westchester’s (BCW) Annual Fall Dinner held Monday, Nov. 20 at The Hilton Westchester with overflow tables that spilled out into the hallway.The former first lady, secretary of state and U.S. senator from New York was at the Rye Brook hotel to receive ...

  8. Westchester's DeCicco & Sons Puts Family First

    Westchester's DeCicco & Sons Puts Family First

    DeCicco & Sons is all about family. And that means their extended family of employees. Which is why, come Thanksgiving -- and Christmas -- they are closed.The owners know that might be bad for business -- folks inevitably forget the yams or need more milk -- but they put people over profit.“Our employees take such good care of our customers every day," said Chris DeCicco. ...

  9. For Westchester Chef, 'Happiness' Is Serving Free Meals On Thanksgiving '

    For Westchester Chef, 'Happiness' Is Serving Free Meals On Thanksgiving '

    No Thanksgiving plans? No worries.And no payment either.Bonnie Saran, the chef/owner of Little Drunken Chef is once again, as is her tradition, opening the doors to her Mount Kisco restaurant for those looking for camaraderie and a meal.Come Thanksgiving day, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. anyone who walks through the door will be treated to an early afternoon feast of turkey, mashed potatoes, ...

  10. Westchester Radio Personality Starts Podcast Series

    Westchester Radio Personality Starts Podcast Series

    Watch this.Or rather, hear this. Talk Radio Personality and Entrepreneur Debbie Nigro of New Rochelle is now helping clients, brands, and personalities with podcasts.Among them: Manfredi Jewels in Greenwich, home to some of the rarest timepieces from around the world.Each of the eight episodes of her new series, "The Rare Watch Man" features in-depth interviews with Manfredi ...

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