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Chef Massimo Bottura creates a meal from Thanksgiving leftovers in NPR's kitchen. "The leftover is a big problem if you don't have a vision, if you don't have the knowledge of what you can do," he says. Above, he checks the breadcrumbs to make sure they're dry and fine enough to turn into a pasta called passatelli. Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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Less Waste, More Taste: A Master Chef Reimagines Thanksgiving Leftovers

Over this Thanksgiving week, Americans will toss almost 200 million pounds of turkey alone. Massimo Bottura helps us fight food waste by showing us how to turn leftovers into a world-class new meal.

Spirit of '94 The Kaze
Obvs Jamie xx
Knives n` Cherries Minthaze

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The Sea Level Threat To Cities Depends On Where The Ice Melts — Not Just How Fast

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The Tenant Eloquent, Pano
Turkish March Boston Pops Orchestra & Arthur Fiedler
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How One Pop-Up Restaurant Is Fighting Stigma Against HIV/AIDS

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Chef Massimo Bottura creates a meal from Thanksgiving leftovers in NPR's kitchen. "The leftover is a big problem if you don't have a vision, if you don't have the knowledge of what you can do," he says. Above, he checks the breadcrumbs to make sure they're dry and fine enough to turn into a pasta called passatelli. Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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Less Waste, More Taste: A Master Chef Reimagines Thanksgiving Leftovers

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My Type Saint Motel

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station took this image of southern Scandinavia lit up at night. A green aurora is visible over the horizon. NASA hide caption

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Earth Is Lit, And That's A Problem

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Clear Language Balmorhea
Another Sunset Lost Nights! Nights!

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Japanese Lawmaker's Baby Gets Booted From The Floor

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Deltitnu Aydio
It's OK Dead Moon
Mistress America Dean Wareham, Britta Phillips
Teen Waffles Titans Song DJ Booger
Vanille Fraise L'Imperatrice

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