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Consider This from NPR
Nov 25, 2020
A Feast For A Few: Rethinking The Traditional Thanksgiving Meal
Play • 11 min
Thanksgiving is going to look different for many Americans this year. As the coronavirus pandemic rages,
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning
against traveling to see friends or family, or even gathering with people who do not live with you.
But that isn't a reason to forego a delicious, sit-down meal.
Three chefs share their scaled-down Thanksgiving recipes. These dishes —
Anita Lo's turkey roulade
, Aarón Sánchez's
brussels sprouts with roasted jalapeño vinaigrette
and Sohla El-Waylly's
apple (hand) pies
— are meant to serve up to four people.
Find all three recipes here.
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