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Prune Logs? Try Pastilla, One Family's Sweet Tradition

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Eating 'Wilder' Foods for a Healthier Diet

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To make a flaky pie crust, start by measuring out 12 ounces (by weight) flour, 8 ounces firm butter and 4 ounces ice water. Keeping it cool is key. Phil Mansfield/CIA hide caption

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Easy As Pie: Master The Art Of The Perfect Crust

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Squash Your Thanksgiving With Tips From The Test Kitchen

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After Years Of Pasta, Rice Returns To A Filipino Family Kitchen

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Susan Stamberg's Other Favorite Holiday Cranberry Dish

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Jack Bishop recommends letting your turkey sit for at least 30 minutes before you start carving. Ruocaled/Flickr hide caption

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Don't Stuff The Turkey And Other Tips From 'America's Test Kitchen'

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Pie Pops: Bite-sized 'Pocket Pies' On A Stick

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How to Avoid 'Food Failures' This Thanksgiving

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Thanksgivukkah: A Mash Of Two Holidays That's Easy To Relish

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The secret to the sweet potato pies Matthew Raiford's Nana makes is their size. "When you eat sweet potato pie, you're supposed to have just enough," Raiford recalls his Nana saying. Christopher Connelly/NPR hide caption

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A Chef Learns To Make His Nana's Petite Sweet Potato Pies

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A potluck featuring Sunny Corn Muffins, Tanka Bite Bread, squash with Garlic-roasted Cranberries, and Black and Blue Bison Stew. Courtesy of the author hide caption

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In 'Original Local,' Thanksgiving Recipes From The First Americans

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A Second Helping Of Turkey Tips From Alton Brown

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