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Put a new spin on classic Thanksgiving dishes

Thanksgiving is the time for tradition. For most families, there’s never a question about what will be on the holiday table. But if you’re thinking of adding a new dish …


Inmate granted holiday wish

Apparently even the federal government is feeling generous this time of year. A Spokane-area drug dealer who has failed to show up for court 75 times and is awaiting sentencing …


Judge lets drug dealer out of jail for Thanksgiving

A Spokane-area drug dealer who has failed to show up for court 75 times and is awaiting sentencing on his latest cocaine conviction will be allowed to leave the Spokane …


Free holiday meals planned

Several Inland Northwest organizations will once again offer free Thanksgiving meals on the actual holiday, Thursday, Nov. 26, and other nonprofits will offer the traditional meal during the days leading …


Critical turkey time

Spokane Valley Partners Food Bank director Barbara Bennett received a shipment of food Monday for her weekly food distribution, but she’s already casting a nervous eye toward Thanksgiving. More people …


Set sail for Thanksgiving fun

Let the children in your house help prepare for your Thanksgiving gathering by making pilgrim ship table favors from walnut shells. As guests arrive at your home on Thanksgiving Day, …


Sage Pilgrim breaks down Turkey Day

Happy Thanksgiving and welcome to our third installment of Ask Professor Pilgrim. Once again, the professor is filling in for Doug Clark, who has already lapsed into an alcohol-induced state …


In the bird line, it helps to have pluck

At 6 a.m. Tuesday, in front of the main doors of the Salvation Army, the early birds stood or sat patiently in line. It was 30 degrees outside. Inside, volunteers …


In the bird line, patience helps

At 6 a.m. Tuesday, in front of the main doors of the Salvation Army, the early birds stood or sat patiently in line. It was 30 degrees outside. Inside, volunteers …


In the bird line, pluck, patience pay

At 6 a.m. Tuesday, in front of the main doors of the Salvation Army, the early birds stood or sat patiently in line. It was 30 degrees outside. Inside, volunteers …


Thanksgiving meals

Several Inland Northwest organizations offer free Thanksgiving meals this week. No reservations are required, unless indicated. If you know of other meal sites, please contact Rebecca Nappi at rebeccan@spokesman.com or …


Relax – it’s just a dinner

There’s something about Thanksgiving that can bring panic to even the most experienced cook. Will the potatoes be lumpy? Do I have everything I need? Can I get everything on …


Seasoning Salt would make good holiday gift

Keep your holidays simple with Diane Rossen Worthington’s new cookbook. “Seriously Simple Holidays: Recipes and Ideas to Celebrate the Seasons,” includes suggestions for shortcuts, menus, wine pairings and make-ahead game …


Storm-Weary Residents Head For Aisles Area Stores, Delis Offer Hot Thanksgiving Meals

Danielle Baxter loads a precooked, preheated turkey dinner from Rosauers Thursday. Baxter bought the bird because her small apartment lacks an oven. Photo by Dan McComb/The Spokesman-Review