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November 2003 Issue
Thanksgiving Menus
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Thanksgiving means turkey for many people -- though that doesn't even make the meal in some homes. There are different side dishes as far as the eye can see -- everything from soup to nuts! Some people dream about sweet potatoes ... others are looking for cranberry relish ... and, of course, there's the pumpkin pie. So, this month, we're asking you to share a peek at your Thanksgiving table -- what's on it and what would you love to serve.

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