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Robinson has her priorities when she sits down to Thanksgiving dinner. "I'm a classic girl who likes to see the turkey and gravy but, most importantly, the dressing," she says. "And, of course, cranberry sauce. Those are my only musts."
Turkey: "I don't worry about trussing the bird," she says, referring to tying the legs together. "It actually makes for crispier skin." Butter and rosemary add amazing flavor, she says.
Sides: Dressing, or stuffing, made with "really good bread" is the star – this year's version has brioche and sausage (recipe below). Green bean casserole using her grandmother's recipe is always on the table, too. Cranberry sauce gets a kick from lime and jalapeno.
Dessert: Pecan pie. Think about making this classic dessert as a bar, she says, so that people don't have to sit at the table to enjoy it.
Makes 8 to 10 servings
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