Kub's Den
Elaine Kub Contributing Analyst
Wed Nov 12, 2014 07:30 AM CST

Soon you will be faced with a Thanksgiving feast -- an embarrassing quantity of food, from which you will be required to sample at least some of everything. Your plate is completely, totally, plugged full of food, but as you reach the end of the table you see that Aunt Cathy brought the strawberry Jell-O with pretzels and there's also Grandma's sweet potatoes. So you start stuffing slices of turkey in your pockets and balancing fresh buns on the top of your head. You make your way gingerly to your seat, wondering if perhaps you could have prepared a little ...

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