The King’s Kitchen and Rooster's, both of Jim Noble Restaurants, will be involved with serving the hungry this year at Thanksgiving, with food prep done at Rooster's and serving on Nov. 25 done at The King's Kitchen, a not-for-profit restaurant whose proceeds go to hunger relief. Food will also be delivered to several local ministries. Bojangles has donated turkeys for the event, says Jim Noble, who adds that diners also can purchase cards that benefit The King's Kitchen efforts. They then receive a greeting card to give, or they can ask that the Kitchen mail the card directly to the recipient. Details: www.kingskitchen.org and www.roosterskitchen.com.