Food & Drink

The holidays are upon us and that means it's time for family, festivities and, of course, food. Here's a collection of some of our favorite recipes from Alaska Dispatch News food writers.

Alaska Dispatch News

Wednesday at Polaris K-12 school, students were divided into the haves and the have-nots. Drawing a card at random, each participant in the "hunger banquet" was assigned an identity, such as a poor farmer from Sierra Leone or the affluent mayor of a Peruvian town.

Loren Holmes
At least four locations across Anchorage will serve free meals on Thanksgiving, offering individuals and families a place to turn for both celebration and company during the holiday.Chris Klint
Anchorage food trucks have been struggling to find a place to park in the winter. The shut down of the Fireweed Take In is the latest challenge mobile food vendors have faced in Alaska's largest city.Suzanna Caldwell
Bakers at Fire Island’s two locations will bake through the night in order to have both shops stocked full of fresh rolls, cakes, tarts, galettes and bread first thing Thanksgiving morning.Steve Edwards
Nestle Toll House Café is the latest chain restaurant to land in the 49th state, and the franchise hopes to capitalize on Alaskans' love of coffee and baked goods.Suzanna Caldwell
The distribution of more than 11,000 turkeys marks the culmination of a year of planning for the Food Bank of Alaska, which will provide meals for about 10,000 families in Anchorage and the Mat-Su.Suzanna Caldwell
Thanksgiving breakfast is an easily overlooked thing. Is it even a thing? Let’s be real. Hardly anybody is thinking about Thanksgiving breakfast fare.Maya Evoy
I always save space on my plate for a few spoonfuls of jiggly canned cranberry sauce, but I also like to offer a fresh version that marries bergamot-scented Earl Grey tea with whole warming spices that play well with tart cranberry.Kim Sunée
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