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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Start your Thanksgiving meal planning! Join us for our Thanksgiving side-dish recipe swap -- tune in for tips on what to serve with the turkey. Also: chef Jamie Oliver on how to cook using the most natural ingredients possible; then, suggestions on how to combine seasonings for the best possible flavors. We also talk about what the U.S. can do to regain the respect of the rest of the world.

Guests:

Jamie Oliver

Regaining Respect for America

Ted Widmer talks about what the USA can do to regain the respect of the rest of the world. His new book, Ark of the Liberties, looks into America’s ambition to be the world’s guarantor of liberty, and whether we've lived up to that goal.

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Jamie Oliver: Cook Your Way to the Good Life

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver gives tips on how to cook at home using the most natural ingredients possible. His new cookbook is Jamie at Home.

Event:
Jamie Oliver will be speaking and signing books
Tues. Nov. 11 at 7:00 pm
Barnes & Noble, Union ...

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The Flavor Bible

Get tips on how to use seasonings to create the best possible flavor. Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg are co-authors of The Flavor Bible.

Event:
Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg will be signing books and tasting wines
Tues. Nov. 11 from 6:00-8:00 PM
At Pour, ...

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Thanksgiving Recipe Swap: Side Dishes!

It’s our Thanksgiving recipe swap! Ruth Reichl of Gourmet magazine, as well as a few listeners, join Leonard to talk about side dishes. Tune in for tips on what to serve with the turkey.

Here are some of Ruth Reichl's favorite side dish recipes:

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