While you're free to tweak old recipes and update them with unusual ingredients or twists, sometimes traditional dishes like this turkey recipe stand the test of time.This recipe by Carol Mighton Haddix was originally published in the Chicago Tribune
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Roast turkey with herby pork and apricot stuffing
You cannot miss the bright citrus flavor in this roasted turkey. It incorporates an entire orange, dried apricots and zest of 1 lemon. This recipe adapted from Jamie Oliver's "Cook With Jamie" appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Roasted turkey breast with pearl onions and sage
Hosting a smaller Thanksgiving? Go for a turkey breast that serves just enough for six plus some leftovers. This recipe by Alexandra Guarnaschelli appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Use your favorite coffee grounds for this recipe. The coffee rub will give the turkey a rich flavoring and deep color on the outer skin. This recipe is by JeanMarie Brownson and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune
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Ultimate Leftover Turkey Sandwich
Put holiday leftovers to use with these easy turkey sandwiches packed with stuffing, cranberry sauce, turkey and spinach too. Courtesy of McCormick
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Ultimate Leftover Turkey Panini
This recipe is perfect for picnics, get-togethers, or even the day after a big holiday. It's served with roast turkey, arugula, sharp cheddar and cranberry mayo.  Recipe courtesy of McCormick 
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This is one of my favorite recipes for roasting a big, plump turkey. As the name implies, it’s always a winner. The secret to its success is twofold. First, an herb butter is patted under the skin over the breast area, ensuring that this part of the turkey, which cooks the quickest, stays moist. Then, during the roasting process, the turkey is basted frequently with broth and pan juices to keep it from drying out. Shallots are roasted along with the bird, and then incorporated into the delectable pan gravy.
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Turkey Slices
What to do with leftover turkey? It doesn’t get any easier than this. Feel free to add some greens to add some crunch to the sandwich.
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Hillshire Farm All American Club Hero
Are you craving that All-American Club Hero? If fresh and delicious meat is your weakness, look no further, because in just five minutes that holy grail of a sandwich can be yours! Loaded with ham, turkey, and Bacon Bits, this sandwich is hard to beat! Click here for our best sandwich recipes.
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"After all of the heavy eating on Thanksgiving Day, it is normal to feel full for the remaining week. But, with a bounty of leftovers, it is the perfect opportunity to feed your friends and keep the Thanksgiving entertainment going. I like to make my friends delicious Turkey BLTs with Sriracha Mayo. It is a great way to use my leftover turkey. The sandwiches aren't too heavy, so there are no flashbacks of too much stuffing and pumpkin pie."
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Avocado Club
Ah, the club sandwich. Is there a better exmple of how meat and vegetables should be placed between pieces of bread? Turkey, bacon, lettuce, and tomato. Some mayo and maybe a side of coleslaw, and you have what has become a quintessential American meal (one that, by some accounts was invented in a Saratoga Springs gambling club in the late 19th century by a line cook named Danny Mears). So how can you improve on something that's already pretty perfect? Add avocado — slices, and also as a spread. That's right, smashing some avocado and mxing in a little mayo, salt, and pepper and applying it to each side of the toasted bread adds another dimension to the sandwich. Check out Everything You Want to Know About Avocados.
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Add a spicy kick to your next panini. The touch of spicy mustard completes this delicious sandwich.
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