Thanksgiving Recipes From 'Morning Edition' Listeners Listeners submitted their beloved — and, often, simplest — holiday recipes via Twitter. We've compiled some of our favorites.
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Thanksgiving Recipes From 'Morning Edition' Listeners

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Thanksgiving Recipes From 'Morning Edition' Listeners

Thanksgiving Recipes From 'Morning Edition' Listeners

Thanksgiving Recipes From 'Morning Edition' Listeners

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Melissa Lea, or @melilea14, suggests a truce in the age-old sweet potato war. Melissa Lea hide caption

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Melissa Lea, or @melilea14, suggests a truce in the age-old sweet potato war.

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Last week, amateur cook and writer Maureen Evans told us how to tweet a recipe in 140 characters or less and broke down the code from her Twitter cookbook, Eat Tweet. Then we asked listeners to give it a try, and we're compiling some of our favorites: