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Mini pumpkin pies can help Thanksgiving 2020 feel right

Individual pies – these are pumpkin – for Thanksgiving are an adjustment you can make for a scaled-down holiday this year. Source: Melanie Stetson Freeman/Staff

Even though Thanksgiving is going to be different this year, it can still feel familiar. 

Governors across the United States are urging people to stay put, instead of bringing extended family and friends together for a few hours of gratitude and feasting. If you do spend time with those who don’t live with you, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends remaining masked when not eating, and staying 6 feet apart. Farmers and grocers have been anticipating pared-down menus that won’t require 18-pound turkeys, five different sides, and three different kinds of pie.

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