Adding traditional twists to the Thanksgiving meal [Infographic]
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A new survey released by Pillsbury reveals how food trends are shaping today's Thanksgiving table and how more than half of Americans would embrace adding new foods or new preparations to their meal this year. While some are starting to offer alternatives to turkey, more are incorporating vegetables into the Thanksgiving table. For dessert? Pie is a tradition and many families will end their meal with the pumpkin variety, the top Thanksgiving dessert served across America. And with the desire of families to incorporate time saving techniques and modernize some of the holiday classics, these recipes are great options: New Fashioned Pumpkin Pie or Salted Caramel Pecan Pie.




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