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                                Ho Suk Lee, left, and Bo Pathammavong, have opened the new Ya-Ya’s Chophouse & Seafood.
Uncle Bo’s team expands with Ya-Ya’s in Kakaako

Chef Bo Pathammavong, the “Uncle Bo” of two Oahu restaurants, has long been a fan of classic American steakhouses, but he always thought the concept could use some tweaking. Read more

NEW YORK TIMES
                                Commercial fisherman Buddy Guindon shows a handful of wild-caught shrimp, on his boat in the Gulf of Mexico near Galveston, Texas, on Oct. 6. Americans eat more shrimp than ever before, but a cloud hangs over much of the global industry that produces it, with questions about labor practices and sustainability.
The dilemma of diners’ devotion to shrimp

Americans eat more shrimp than ever before, but a cloud hangs over much of the global industry that produces it, with questions about labor practices and sustainability. Read more

NEW YORK TIMES
                                Alison Roman’s dry-brined turkey with sheet-pan gravy in September. All the real cooking Roman does for Thanksgiving simply happens the day of, in a very small New York kitchen with an extremely small refrigerator and an even smaller oven.
Recipe: Turkey remains the star at Thanksgiving

To avoid unnecessary personal meltdowns while cooking Thanksgiving dinner, match expectations with reality. This means nothing is getting done more than three days before Thanksgiving. Don’t panic. Read more

TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE
Recipe: No-grief gravy can be made in advance

Sometimes making gravy can bring grief — especially when you end up with a greasy, lumpy mess, instead of a glossy, smooth gravy. Try making it in advance, instead. Read more

TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE
                                Cauliflower casserole with cheese and bacon.
Recipe: Side dishes help make Thanksgiving a feast

Thanksgiving is also a holiday of side dishes. And it’s not enough to have just mashed potatoes and a single vegetable. Folks look forward all year long to some of those holiday sides. Read more

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