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  • Your Signature Dish: Strawberry Pretzel Salad

    Strawberry pretzel salad is a familiar dish at potlucks and church suppers. Fans love the combinations of sweet and salty, soft and crunchy. This version was sent in by Elizabeth Harrison, 52, of New Bern, N.C. She shared this story about the recipe: "I...
  • Turkey tips for first-timers

    Turkeys are fairly forgiving. That's a good thing to remember, especially if you're taking on your first Thanksgiving dinner. The feast bird can be oven-roasted or grilled. Brined or not. Basted sure, if you feel like it. Buy an available-everywhere...
  • Side dishes rock the Thanksgiving menu

    The Big Bird gets all the attention on Thanksgiving. But the supporting roles for this dinnertime drama are just as important and (dare we suggest?) can serve as the real stars of this once-a-year occasion. Just ask Rick Rodgers, who as cookbook...
  • Artisanal Thanksgiving 2014: Caramelized Onion Brined Turkey

    ALEX POPE 5/8 LOCAL PIG IN EAST BOTTOMS AND WESTPORT, KANSAS CITY Pope rarely cooks a turkey the same way twice. One adventurous twist included a pepperoni-stuffed turkey that appears in this month's Food & Wine magazine. He has also made a confit...
  • Artisanal Thanksgiving 2014: Warm Butternut Squash & Kale Salad

    JOHN SMITH 5/8 PIG & FINCH IN LEAWOOD, KAN. When Smith arrived at Pig & Finch, there was a "boring" Caesar salad lingering on the menu. So he set to work creating a new salad, one that he could change up according to the seasons. On the menu now: his...
  • Try this N.C.-inspired Thanksgiving menu for a taste of the state

    At least we spared you the possum. There was a time, according to Southern food historian David Shields, when hotels in the Carolinas featured the critter instead of turkey at their Thanksgiving feasts. But when we decided to dig into some of North...
  • Relax. Roast. Rejoice: The Star presents an Artisan Thanksgiving for 2014

    Before Jonathan Justus of Justus Drugstore took up professional cooking, he worked as a bike messenger in San Francisco. One Thanksgiving, he flew back to his hometown of Smithville, Mo., relishing the idea of digging into mashed potatoes pooled with...
  • Artisanal Thanksgiving 2014: Hand-crafted pieces for the kitchen and table

    WILD WOODS CUTTING BOARDS Landscaper Rick Maude of Kansas City has time on his hands from November to May. An avid barbecuer, he wanted a long and narrow board on which to cut a slab of ribs. When he couldn't find what he was looking for in stores, he...
  • Artisanal Thanksgiving 2014: Roasted vegetables, individually seasoned

    JONATHAN JUSTUS 5/8 JUSTUS DRUGSTORE IN SMITHVILLE, MO. Ratatouille, a traditional French Provencal vegetable stew, provided the inspiration for Justus' take on roasted vegetables. "I've always loved ratatouille, and when it is done all in one pot it is...
  • Three dessert recipes for Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving isn't a meal without dessert. While pie is the classic favorite, a cobbler fits right in, too. This trio of autumn treats are upped a notch by the addition or switch-out of a few ingredients. For example, the pumpkin pie is creamier...
  • Artisanal Thanksgiving 2014: A pearl of an oyster dressing

    SHEILA LUCERO 5/8 JAX FISH HOUSE ON THE COUNTRY CLUB PLAZA, KANSAS CITY Working at the newest seafood restaurant and raw bar in Kansas City, it's only natural that Lucero would think to include oysters in her Thanksgiving dressing. The Denver-based...