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Ah, Thanksgiving - a time for family, friends, drinks, cranberry sauce, turkey, gravy, and of course, the world famous pumpkin pie. It doesn’t get much better than that, or does it? Some Thanksgiving Day Goers think it does. By pushing the boundaries of the traditional meal, these festive enthusiasts bring a whole new world of cooking techniques to our most treasured feasting holiday.




Texans have a favorite method for cooking turkey; they deep fry them. By using a giant vat of hot oil, a 15lb. turkey can be fully cooked from frozen in roughly an hour. No basting required!

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Why not do it like they do in Alberta and stick a beer can up the turkey’s butt. By popping the top and letting the bird rest horizontally, beer slowly steams inside, leaving it oh so succulent.

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And of course, it wouldn’t be a French Canadian Thanksgiving without a little maple in the mix. Try the famous maple stuffing, traditional ingredients bathed in a half cup of maple syrup.

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The Haligonian’s (people from Halifax) have reinvented the pumpkin pie with ice cream desert by blending the two and creating a pumpkin ice cream.

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Vancouverites take the meaning of port city all too seriously with their port infused cranberry sauce recipe.

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Or why not head down to Colorado, where Christmas comes a little bit early with their eggnog sweet potato recipe. Sound a bit strange? The claim to fame of this recipe is NO leftovers EVER!

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It seems everyone has their own recipe, so what’s yours?


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