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    It's the beginning of November and we are just a few weeks away from Thanksgiving, which means the foodie blogosphere is abuzz with all things Thanksgiving related. There are hundreds of recipes for turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, sides, and all manner of desserts, but you don't see a whole...
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    It's that time of year when food sites and food blogs turn their attention to the holidays and offer up all sorts of wonderful dishes for your holiday celebrations. Unfortunately, the vast majority of these sites tend to focus on large gatherings and forget that, for many people, the holidays...
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    Everyone has their favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner; some look forward to the turkey, others can't wait to dig into the pumpkin pie and other various desserts, while others yet look forward to Grandma's Sweet Potato casserole, or Aunt Sue's famous pickles and relishes. While I love it all...
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    There are only a few things in this world you can absolutely count on. Death and taxes are the two most familiar. Another one: Come this time of year, food forums will be covered up with discussions about Thanksgiving---the only American holiday whose sole purpose is gluttony. Cheftalk is, of...
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    Well, here it is November already (can you believe it?), and being a chef/food writer I feel compelled to offer the obligatory turkey article. And as I do, a quote comes to mind. Some years ago while attending a seminar at the New School in NYC one of the speakers was Nach Waxman, owner of the...
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    Written by Pam Grant With the holiday season fast approaching; our minds turn to thoughts of big holiday meals. Those meals, more often than not, involve some type of large bird as the main course of the meal. How can you make the same old turkey dinner with all the trimmings special this year...
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    America has come a long way since the days of jug wine, cheap, tasteless beer, and sweet sparkling "champagne." I can remember, from my own childhood, holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas usually meant that the adults drank Cold Duck and Asti Spumante. For those of you too young to...
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    Let's Talk Turkey Thanksgiving is approaching and households across America will be preparing the traditional turkey. About 46 million turkeys will be "gobbled" up according to the National Turkey Federation. Most people want to know how to cook a juicy bird. Simple. Make duck instead. I...
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    The fourth Thursday of November will always be Thanksgiving but if you're an oenophile, it's the third Thursday that you look forward to. That's when Beaujolais Nouveau, the vinicultural herald of the holiday season, is released. Let's take a tour of Beaujolais before returning to this...
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