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Sohla El-Waylly Talks Holiday Traditions And Her Path To Stardom

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Fish Market Cook Finds Giant Pearl While Preparing Chowder

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Stacey Mei Yan Fong has been baking her way across the United States: Clockwise from upper left, a baked Alaska pie, Utah's funeral potato pie, Nevada's all you can eat buffet pie, South Carolina's peach pie, Ohio's buckeye pie, Iowa's s'mores pie, Missouri's frozen custard pie, and Minnesota's corn dog casserole pie. Stacey Mei Yan Fong hide caption

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An Ode, À La Mode: 1 Baker Savors America, Creating 50 Pies For 50 States

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Yuko Watanabe's biggest pivot was starting to sell plants at her Yuko Kitchen restaurants in Los Angeles. Yuko Watanabe hide caption

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Restaurants Reinvent Themselves For Thanksgiving And Beyond: 'You Just Pivot'

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Families May Be Apart For Thanksgiving This Year, But Connections Burn Bright

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James Beard Award-winning chef David Chang says fatherhood changed the way he cooks: "I had never been in a position where I'm trying to generally feed someone else with love and I just want to nurture them." Andrew Bezek/Penguin Random House hide caption

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Chef David Chang On Depression, Being A Dad And The Burden Of 'Authenticity'

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Families May Celebrate This Thanksgiving With Smaller Turkeys, Fewer Sides

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For Celebrity Chef Carla Hall, This Will Not Be A Typical Thanksgiving

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Chef Aarón Sánchez's Brussels sprouts with roasted jalapeño vinaigrette and Chef Sohla El-Waylly's apple (hand) pie Brussels sprouts: Randy Schmidt / Pies: Sohla El-Waylly hide caption

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Brussels sprouts: Randy Schmidt / Pies: Sohla El-Waylly

3 Recipes For Cooking Up A Scaled-Down, Low-Key Thanksgiving Meal

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The Holidays Won't Be Traditional, But The Recipes Still Can Be

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Jasmine Surti (far right) and three generations of her family celebrating Thanksgiving in Philadelphia in 2018. From left, front: Louise Aucott, Gabe Aucott with Juniper Chamberlin, Rachel Aucott, Sandhya Surti, Anjali Surti, Hemant Surti, Jasmine Surti 2nd row, starting from center: Steve Hoenstine, Aimee Landau, Mike Aucott Top: Ezra Landau. Aimee Landau/Jasmine Surti hide caption

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Aimee Landau/Jasmine Surti

How To Plan – And Even Be Grateful – For A Socially Distanced Thanksgiving

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Broad Breasted White turkeys roam their open-air enclosure on the Shenk Family Farm in Newport, N.C. Smaller turkeys are in demand this Thanksgiving as many families plan on staying home rather than attending large gatherings. Madeline Gray for NPR hide caption

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Small Turkeys Are In Demand As Americans Downsize At Thanksgiving

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In these polarizing times, we've decided to lean into the most controversial ingredient in Mama Stamberg's cranberry relish: the two tablespoons of horseradish. Tom Kelley/Getty Images hide caption

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We Trace Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Back To Its Horseradishy Roots

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Comedian Matt Lucas — top left — joins cohost Noel Fielding and judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith in the tent for the new series of The Great British Baking Show (as it's known in the U.S.) Love Productions/Mark Bourdillon hide caption

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'I'm Happy To Eat The Cakes': Matt Lucas Joins The 'Bake Off' Tent

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Grandmother Uses Zoom To Share Thanksgiving Recipes With Family

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