Bailey White's Thanksgiving Story: 'A Kind Of Love'
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Food Chemist Answers Common Baking Flops
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Jeffery Rudell's last Thanksgiving ended at exactly five minutes after 5 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of November 34 years ago. The New York graphic designer and writer told his story at a Moth Story story, which aired on the Moth Radio Hour presented by PRX, the Public Radio Exchange. Courtesy of Christian Weber hide caption

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A Veal Surprise Shatters A Family's Turkey Day
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Giving Thanksgiving Classics A Makeover
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Easy Cranberry And Apple Cake is one of the low-stress recipes featured in Ina Garten's How Easy Is That?, the seventh cookbook from the Barefoot Contessa. She recommends you serve it warm, with vanilla ice cream. See the recipe here. Quentin Bacon hide caption

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'Easy' Thanksgiving With The Barefoot Contessa
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Try Foraging For Your Thanksgiving Meal
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Wild turkeys cross a street in La Conner, Wash., where the birds have called home since 2004. La Conner's town council recently voted to remove the flock due to sanitation concerns. Marilyn Dunstan/Getty Images hide caption

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Charm Gone, Town Kicks Out Free-Ranging Turkeys
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