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Take One Thing Off Your Menu Right Now

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In normal years, my favorite advice for Thanksgiving morning comes from the food and culture writer Annaliese Griffin: Take one thing off your menu.

She means the extra pumpkin pie or that new Brussels sprouts salad recipe you clipped last week, that—seriously!—nobody will miss. But this year, maybe the thing you take off the menu should be… the turkey? Or the pressure you put on yourself to make

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Indrani Sen

Indrani Sen

Editorial director at Medium, mom, gardener, cook. Formerly at Quartz.

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