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Part of the comfort of Thanksgiving is the routine: Every year, there's turkey and all the fixings. Reliable doesn't have to mean boring -- make the best of your traditional spread. Here are the absolute best recipes for all the Thanksgiving standbys.
You will need to adjust the length of the chin strap used to secure the hat, as well as the length of the ruffled collar, depending on the size of your pet. We used pale-blue tulle, but other colors will work well, too.
Scale the templates up or down depending on the size of your dog; the same goes for the length of the elastic that secures the fin around the belly. Choose elastic in a shade that best matches your dog’s coat.
The flavors of the season make a refreshing splash in this festive, quick-to-mix sangria: It's infused with apples, pomegranates, and honey -- foods that happen to have special meaning for Rosh Hashanah, too.
Move over, pecan pie. We're serving something new at this year's Thanksgiving table. From marzipan pumpkins to peanut butter acorns and tiny tartlets, here are a dozen treats to give your feast a sweet ending. (Hope you saved room after all that turkey.)