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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Make your Thanksgiving menu a rainbow of great recipes

    Thanksgiving the biggest, arguably best holiday meal of the year. A time to reconnect with family around the table and enjoy the harvest-season foods we love. It's also one of the most colorful meals of the year, once you get past the browns and whites...
  • Baltimore chefs share holiday recipes

    Baltimore chefs share holiday recipes
    A home-cooked holiday meal means something different for every family. We all have our favorites, from the stuffing only Mom makes the right way to green beans with onion straws that must come from a can. Here, five local chefs share recipes for the foods...
  • Thanksgiving video and recipe tips: Turducken 101

    Thanksgiving video and recipe tips: Turducken 101
    At first glance, it looks like a roast turkey on steroids. Slice into it and there's layer after layer of meats and stuffings. It's a glorious monster of a roast, a guaranteed showstopper at any holiday dinner. Forget Dickens' prized turkey -- this bird...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Terrific chicken soups to warm up your evenings fast

    Easy dinner recipes: Terrific chicken soups to warm up your evenings fast
    Sometimes you can't do better than a simple bowl of chicken soup. These basic recipes -- chunky vegetable chicken soup, tom kha gai and Moroccan chicken soup -- come together easily (one even cooks up in the microwave), and you can't beat the flavors....
  • You asked for it: Tasty pasta recipe from Dave & Buster's

    You asked for it: Tasty pasta recipe from Dave & Buster's
    Q: I enjoy the Blackened chicken pasta at Dave & Buster's in Hollywood. I would love to have the recipe. Do you think you can help me get it? I would really appreciate your help. — Nick Spinelli,┬áBoca Raton A:┬áThe recipe for Blackened chicken...
  • Thanksgiving tips beyond the turkey: color, carving, crimping and more

    Thanksgiving tips beyond the turkey: color, carving, crimping and more
    Are you ready for the big day yet? Perhaps you're getting a final head count, fine-tuning your grocery list, planning the table decorations and/or navigating the intricate politics of the seating chart. But have you thought about how your Thanksgiving...
  • Thanksgiving debates: mashed or smashed potatoes, dry or wet brining

    Thanksgiving debates: mashed or smashed potatoes, dry or wet brining
    Thanksgiving is a holiday when we all eat together in a spirit of warmth, kindness and loving togetherness. Unless, of course, someone mentions brining a turkey. Or brings up the matter of mashed versus "smashed" potatoes. Then things can get really...