Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner for Dummies: Recipe Ideas for Beginners

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November 23, 2011 ‐ By

"green beans"

So you want to smash some of your mother’s turkey that she slaved over, and get seconds and thirds of your uncle’s greens, but you know that if you don’t contribute, you shouldn’t be eating. You’re not a kid anymore who can’t tell the difference between measuring cups. There’s only one problem: you don’t know how to cook. But that’s cool, because we didn’t all come out of the womb with an expertise on making pasta and frying chicken, so it’s not too late for you to contribute something to the big day. Just don’t go for the most important things: stuffing, turkey (of course), ham, etc. We’ve got a few dishes and things you can bring to the table that will get you some props, and another plate of those greens. Besides, something is better than nothing, right?

Note: a lot of these recipes are expected to come from the can…

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