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Share Your Thanksgiving Recipes and Tips

Friday, November 11, 2011

WNYC is rounding up experts to answer your Thanksgiving questions about turkey, vegetarian main dishes, side dishes and pie. We also want to hear your suggestions and your favorite recipes.

How do you keep white meat from drying out? How do you come up with interesting side dishes? What is the best way you've found to roll out a crust?

Share your recipes, tips, tricks and techniques with us below. A few lucky contributors will get to share them on All Things Considered on Wednesday. Tune into the segment at 5:45 P.M.

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Chef Liz Gagnon from Nature's Temptations, 32 Prospect St, Ridgefield, CT

To make excellent gluten-free turkey gravy, substitute your flour roux with 3 Tbsp arrowroot flour mixed with 5 Tbsp water and continue with your favorite recipe. Make this in smaller batches as leftovers won't hold up the next day. I just sent out my favorite gravy recipe on our Facebook page for the store: http://www.facebook.com/naturestemptations

Nov. 21 2011 12:42 PM

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