Thanksgiving Menu: An Intimate Affair

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Even if you’re only cooking for a few guests and not a crowd, there’s no need to skimp on your T-Day spread. To help with the prep, stop by a local bakery for fresh cornbread and a pick up good quality cranberry sauce (I like this one from Stonewall Kitchen). Then, rather than a huge bird, opt for a smaller turkey breast. All this will save you some time, and you’ll still have plenty of leftovers.

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