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Vegetarians at your Thanksgiving table? Adam Rapoport, editor in chief of Bon Appétit, suggests making Hasselback butternut squash. Find the recipe here. Bobbi Lin/Bon Appétit hide caption

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Your Thanksgiving Meal Prep Questions, Answered

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Correction: What Is The Shell In The 'Birth Of Venus' Painting?

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A girl plays in the sand during the evening sunset stroll. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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PHOTOS: The Creamy, Sculpted Dunes Of White Sands National Monument

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How Will The GOP Health Care Plan Affect Insurance Costs?

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Call For Submissions: Commercials For Nicer Living 2017

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A Christmas Tree Ornament Is Worth A Thousand Words

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NPR Listeners Give Thanks To Their Favorite Musicians

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One of the many signs hung throughout the house where Kendall Patterson had her dinner with family. It was a reminder to check politics at the door — and, Patterson hopes, possibly a tradition for years to come. Courtesy of Kendall Patterson hide caption

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