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One-Pan Turkey Breast and Stuffing

HANKSGIVING IS MY favorite holiday. But even as a professional chef, I’ve had my fair share of near meltdowns trying to juggle the cooking, hosting, and—let’s face it—guests who don’t always get along. So I’m all for any recipe that streamlines my efforts. This led me to my goal this year: a holiday-worthy turkey and stuffing cooked together in one pan. Not only would this save me from cleaning extra dishes, but the turkey would slowly render its fat into the stuffing below and infuse it

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