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Lucy Waverman answered your Thanksgiving cooking questions

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In Wednesday's Life section we revealed the secret to a juicy Thanksgiving bird in record time: spatchcocking (a.k.a. flattening it out).

Of course, the turkey is only part of the traditional festive dinner, and columnist Lucy Waverman knows all the delicious tricks, recipes and shortcuts you need to get a memorable meal to your guests with as little stress as possible. Sides, sauces, desserts - you'll find reliable recipes for them all at tgam.ca/thanksgiving.

Have a specific problem? Stuffing always dry? Bird always undercooked? Lucy Waverman answered your questions. Make this the year your gravy arrives at the table clump-free.

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