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What are some other types of turkey i can use for thanksgiving dinner?

My friends and I want to make a thanksgiving dinner that is cheap and still good. We don’t have time to cook an entire turkey. Does anyone know of any other turkey recipes that don’t take too long and isn’t that expensive? What other "forms" of turkey can i buy at the store to use rather than the whole bird?

You can buy and roast a turkey breast or try turkey parts – legs and thighs or breasts and wings; turkey medallions – bake them on top of some stuffing like you would chicken.

Ideas for a Thanksgiving dinner?

I need some ideas for a dinner that´s going to happen this month. We have an international school program and need to present something. Someone please???
The class is a mix of nursery, pre-k and k! Thanks a lot!
Should add that we are in Brazil…it´s spring hot weather here…so is a good idea something more "light", ok? Thanks a lot"

For a light thing that my family always does on Thanksgiving is ambrosia (fruit salad).

Can of mandarin oranges
Can of pineapple chunks
Mini Marshmallows
Sour Cream

All you do is drain both fruits, add about half the bag (or more/ less if you want) of marshmallows, and then eyeball how much sour cream should go in (should coat all the fruit and marshmallows).

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Thanksgiving Centerpiece

Set your table and set the mood for your Thanksgiving Dinner with this lovely floral Thanksgiving Cornucopia Centerpiece.

This natural cornucopia is filled with a profusion of autumn-hued blooms, including Sunflowers, Asiatic Lilies, and Roses, and then accented with flowers in a medley of seasonal accents such as Wheat Stems and Huckleberry. The flowers will arrive spilling forth from the cornucopia, symbolizing nature's abundance.

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