As seen on SA Live - Monday, November 13, 2023

Celebrity Chat: Rita Moreno, Thanksgiving pies, Eat Fredericksburg Texas, ‘The Power Five’ + craft your own holiday scent

Learn how you can make your own fall scent at this candle bar! (Pixabay, Pixabay 2023)

SAN ANTONIO – Today at 1 p.m., we chat with EGOT actress Rita Moreno, Rooster Crow Bakery has Thanksgiving pies, we try new Thanksgiving recipes from Eat Fredericksburg Texas, an author chats about great recipes to help you live longer and we find out about San Antonio’s only candle bar.

Thanksgiving is 10 days away and we want to know: Would you rather cook or wash dishes for Thanksgiving? Vote here and you’ll see the results later in the show.

The Las Casas Foundation is hosting An Evening with Rita Moreno tomorrow night at the Majestic Theatre and we get a chance to chat with the EGOT actress herself!

Chef Leo Aguirre from Eat Fredericksburg Texas brings unique recipes to take your Thanksgiving meal to the next level.

Dr. Michael Crupain’s innovative cookbook “The Power Five: Essential Foods for Optimum Health” just released in bookstores, and we chat with the author about how his recipes can help you live your best life.

Rooster Crow Bakery is baking up smiles with yummy Thanksgiving pies. We learn how you can place orders for the holiday season.

If you want to craft your own candle with a unique scent, Mission Craft Chandlery will be hosting candle-making workshops perfect for the holiday season.

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About the Author:

Avery Meurer is a Producer Trainee for SA Live. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Communications/Radio, Television and Film, as well as a Creative Writing Certificate. A native San Antonian, Avery attended the Northeast School of the Arts (NESA) majoring in musical theater and creative writing.