Newsletter: This is what a food critic cooks for Thanksgiving

Critic Bill Addison discusses his Thanksgiving menu in this week's Tasting Notes newsletter
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • November 16, 2019
The holidays are upon us, and Patricia Escárcega and I take a break from restaurant reviews this coming week to make way for the Nov. 21 Food section brimming with Thanksgiving recipes. We savored the leftovers from dishes that Genevieve Ko and...
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