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Top chefs serve up Thanksgiving dos and don’ts

Cooking a Thanksgiving dinner takes a lot of work, whether you’re a professional chef or a first-time host. There’s the risk of overcooking (or undercooking) the turkey, the potential disasters of lumpy gravy and goopy cranberry sauce—not to mention the difficulty of wrangling the dietary restrictions and varied tastes of

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