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Dressed with a little practicality, this diminutive cut is no less iconic than a whole turkey. For the best flavor and texture, brine your turkey breast for six hours -- no more, no less. The vegetables should all be cut to the same size to ensure even cooking.

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This traditional holiday bird brings much more to the table than just great taste. Turkey breast packs more protein than chicken breast or trimmed top loin beefsteak, with just 1 gram of fat per 3-ounce serving, and it contains selenium, which may help prevent certain cancers and heart disease. Get more Thanksgiving menu ideas: Roasted Vegetables Day-After Turkey Soup

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Emphatically flavored fish, such as salt-cured anchovies, are traditional antipasti ingredients because their high oil content takes well to frying and marinating; sandwiched between sage leaves and fried, the snacks are rich contrast to brisk Campari cocktails.

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