Friday food news: Thanksgiving edition
FOR cooks, most Thanksgiving problems are brought about by the sheer number of dishes competing for the stove: It’s not easy to roast a turkey and sweet potatoes for 20 at the same time. The best solution is to make food in advance, like one of the dishes that follow.
For $20 or less, you'll find a lot of winning wines in advance of the holidays. Here are some perfect pairings for your Thanksgiving feast.
If you want to eat like the Pilgrims this Thanksgiving, you should probably get busy hunting for deer and wild ducks. But if you want to drink Pilgrim-style, you just need to get yourself some beer!
Kansas really has the best food. Now maybe you’ll not agree, but, before you shout me down, take a look at the feast of local food available for a Kansas Thanksgiving. When you get to the end, then you can tell me if I don’t have your mouth watering. Oh, and a few of these come from over the border in Missouri, but I won’t tell if you don’t, because in the Kansas City metro we’re good neighbors. Local food is the foundation of green communities and sustainability – get eating. Enjoy!
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