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It's not too late to give this year's Thanksgiving menu a little genius boost. You can still take measures to save your turkey from overcooking, just by sprinkling salt on it ahead (peek at the 300+ comments and you'll see that this simple move will give you the best turkey you've ever tasted—even just a day of dry-brining will make a difference).
You can make your green beans taste like green beans, instead of like mushrooms and cream. You can keep your whipped cream from deflating. You can add a punchy salad or craggy cornbread or unexpected spicy sauce to the roster, and come away with a livelier meal than years past.
Here are 32 ways that I might consider going about it.
And for Friday morning's breakfast:
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