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Talking Turkey in this Week's Meal Ticket

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Tired of the same boring traditional turkey dinner for Thanksgiving? Try something different this holiday. In this week's Meal Ticket dining newsletter, we've got the scoop on unusual holiday feasts, from a meat-free faux turkey dinner to the infamous "Turducken," a Cajun treat that's three meats in one.

We'll also have info on a new romantic Italian restaurant that's heating up the town with modern twists on classic comfort foods and a French bistro offering tasty, upscale alternatives to late-night pub grub.

To sign up for Meal Ticket, visit www.phoenixnewtimes.com/readers/register, enter your information and select "dining newsletter." Register soon to be included in this week's mailing! 

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