It’s the Thanksgiving show and this year Russ Parsons, Food Editor for the LA Times, joins Evan Kleiman for the entire show to guide cooks and eaters through a flawless Thanksgiving meal. BBQ master Adam Perry Lang offers tips and techniques for cooking your turkey on the grill and vegetarian blogger and cookbook author Evan George hosts a dinner party where a fake turkey is at the center of the meal. Chef Charles Phan and Minimalist Mark Bittman cover Thanksgiving sides and Jonathan Gold talks stuffing. Wine pro Randy Clement suggests wines to pair with your Thanksgiving smorgasbord and chef Thomas Keller has ideas for leftovers. At the Farmers Market pastry chef Roxana Jullapat shares her dessert inspiration and Laura Avery gets ready for the busiest market of the year.

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  • Kristin said:

    Thanks for such a good show!

    I listened closely (and twice), but Randy never revealed the vineyard or details for the third wine he poured, the one from Languedoc. As an out-of-state listener who can't get to SLW, I would love this info. –my humble apologies if this list is elsewhere on the KCRW site. I couldn't find it!–

  • gillianferg said:

    Hi Kristin,

    I think this blog post may be what you are looking for…let us know if this helps!
    http://blogs.kcrw.com/goodfood/2012/11/thanksgivi

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