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Recipes: This Thanksgiving, forget the traditional turkey

For the salted caramel panna cotta, buy caramels from chocolate shops that will melt easily.

Ryan Szulc Photography

Much is made about the traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner; after hours of preparation, you can finally sit around a long communal table surrounded by family and feast on the crowd-friendly dish. But preparing a large turkey can be a bit much if you're only feeding a handful of people, which is why I've turned hours into minutes with a low-commitment, alternative Thanksgiving menu. A refreshing spin on tradition, this eclectic meal will nicely feed a family of four.

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