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If you'd like to bake this savory bread pudding as the pork roasts, plan on removing it before raising the oven temperature to 425 degrees for the pork's last 8 to 10 minutes, and set it aside while the meat is resting. Then return it to the 375-degree oven with the Brussels sprouts for 10 minutes to ensure a crisp, golden-brown top.

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Making homemade pasta may seem arduous, but this dish is worth the extra work. The sheets, which are layered between the sage and butternut squash filling, encompass the lasagna once it's assembled. Look for amaretti cookies in Italian markets. They add a sweet note to the otherwise savory dish.

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If you can, order your turkey from a local farm, and ask for it to be boned with the skin on. The wing and leg bones should be removed, and the turkey tenders should be included. Make sure you have the wing tips, neck, and giblets for the gravy. Rolling the turkey ensures that each slice will include both light and dark meat.

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