MILWAUKEE — With Thanksgiving just a few days away it's time we all brushed up on our cooking skills to make sure the turkey doesn't burn.
Luckily for you, TODAY'S TMJ4 sought out a team of expert chefs, 2nd graders from Atonement Lutheran School in Milwaukee, to give their advice on how to cook a turkey. Disclaimer: results may vary.
It's not just the time to cook. More importantly, it's the time to give thanks. During the closing months of the year it's a good time to reflect and think about all the things we can be thankful for like our families, friends, a roof over our heads, the food on our table, and so much more.
I talked to Milwaukee second graders and learned they're mostly thankful for two things: Their families... and wrestling. pic.twitter.com/JQMd2EgNVs— James Groh (@JamesGroh_) November 26, 2019
We asked the same group of 2nd graders to tell us what they were thankful for this year. The students told TODAY'S TMJ4 they are thankful for mainly two things: their families... and wrestling.