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After you have enjoyed a day of too much food, too much wine and (dare I say it?) too much family, give yourself a break. 

Mara Severin
One of my favorite ways to use the leftover Thanksgiving cranberry goodness is to make this orange-scented French toast stuffed with cranberry cream cheese. Maya Evoy
As much as I’m a buttermilk pancake kind of gal, I love this sour cream version I made once when I was low on buttermilk.Kim Sunée

On the hunt for holiday meal inspiration? Look no further. Here's a collection of fall treats from our favorite Alaska food writers.

Victoria Barber
In honor of our local farmers and foragers, here are a few side dish recipes featuring Alaskan grown potatoes and carrots, and wild harvested cranberries and mushrooms to make next week. Shannon Kuhn
The trick to this salad is to very thinly slice the sprouts and the kale into lovely ribbons of varied shades of green.Kim Sunée
This glorious maple cheesecake with a spiced pecan graham cracker crust is a show-stopper.Maya Evoy
Culinary offerings at the new Alaska Airlines Center run the field, from mediocre and overpriced to the occasional surprising score. Matt Tunseth
Sweet Caribou desserts, which focuses on Parisian macarons and other tasty treats, will be at this week’s Center Market in Anchorage with a taste of the City of Lights. Steve Edwards

Shoppers bustled into Fire Island, a local bakery in Anchorage, Thursday morning to buy breads, tarts and cakes for Thanksgiving.

Tara Young

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