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As Americans start making Thanksgiving grocery lists, most of us assume those lists will have nearly identical ingredients for celebrations from Seattle to Key West. However, a recent USA Today article reminds us that even though the image of a roasted turkey surrounded by family-style side dishes may be the stereotypical view of Thanksgiving, it is not necessarily a true representative of what Americans will be eating on November 24th.