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Your Low-Key Thanksgiving

This year, Thanksgiving is going to be looser, lower key, and as non-traditional as you can get. Food52 is here with top-notch recipes and helpful tips to make your planning as stress-free as possible and your celebration as special as can be. There are menu plans for four, two, or even just you; strategies to help you grocery shop and prep fearlessly; the absolute best (and worst!) way to mash potatoes, and a whole lot of pie. Come on in, there's tons to share!

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    Our 84 Best Pie Recipes of All Time

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    Listen Up! We Have a Delicious New Podcast.

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