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    • Because of the eggs, which make the filling nice and thick, these pies need to be baked, often for a long time. In our pumpkin pie, however, we don’t use eggs.
    • Thanksgiving is here which means it’s time for all of your traditional favorite dishes as well as a few festive new things to try.
    • All Thanksgiving Day dishes are not treated equally.
    • Americans have celebrated living and deceased veterans — all those who served the country in any branch of the military — on Nov. 11 since it was first officially marked by Congress in 1926, eight years after World War I ended on what was known as Armistice Day, Nov. 11, 1918.
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    • With the coming Jewish High Holy Days, starting with Rosh Hashanah at sundown on Sept. 6 and ending Sept. 29 with the conclusion of Simchat Torah, I am immersed in the small trove of recipes that I have curated especially for this time of year. Many of them come from now-tattered cookbooks that fill my bookshelves.
    • Here are some helpful ways parents can ease that transition as their children return to school:
    • For decades, seasonal holiday hiring was predictable, and the jobs were filled by people who needed extra money to buy gifts. This year seasonal jobs will be plentiful, but workers probably won’t be. Unemployment is high at the same time as a labor shortage.
    • Fruit, flowers, herbs — nothing says summer more than the bounty from farmers markets or our own gardens. Those fresh ingredients that fill our baskets are also the best places to start when crafting summer cocktails.
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