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Spell: Extra Thanksgiving Ritual

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Consider having an extra Thanks-giving dinner this year, a little earlier than usual. After all, turkey is available year round, and think of all those special foods that are too good to only eat once a year: sweet potatoes, pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce, and so on. You know you want to, so go ahead; and get started with my stuffing recipe

1 or 2 small onions
2 to 3 stalks of celery
2 tblsps canola oil
1 peeled, cored and finely
chopped apple
2 tblsps powdered sage
2 tsps thyme
Salt and pepper to taste
4 cups of cubed, stale
bread

Chop the onions and stalks of celery, and saute them in the oil. When they are soft, add the apple. Add the sage, thyme, and salt and pepper to taste, and saute a few minutes longer. Add the cubed stale bread, and stuff the whole into a twelve-pound turkey.

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