A Thanksgiving Feast For The Ears And Eyes It's a cornucopia of holiday food-for-thought, from recipes to original short stories to a music mix fit for stuffing.
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A Thanksgiving Feast For The Ears And Eyes

Jack Bishop recommends letting your turkey sit for at least 30 minutes before you start carving. Ruocaled/Flickr hide caption

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Evy Gedlinske, last Thanksgiving. Michelle Lin hide caption

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Manischewitz-brined turkey centers the Thanksgivukkah feast, surrounded by challah-apple stuffing, sweet potato bourbon noodle kugel, horseradish-spiked mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts with pastrami and pickled onions, and latkes with cranberry applesauce. Macey J. Foronda/for BuzzFeed hide caption

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A potluck featuring Sunny Corn Muffins, Tanka Bite Bread, squash with Garlic-roasted Cranberries, and Black and Blue Bison Stew. Courtesy of the author hide caption

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