In what will be Ann's first Thanksgiving while living in New York City, she, Donald and their respective families are in a conundrum. Mr. and Mrs. Hollinger want Donald to go home to St. Louis to spend Thanksgiving with them like he always has, even if it means reluctantly bringing Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Marie want Ann to go home to Brewster to spend Thanksgiving with them as she always has, even if it means reluctantly bringing Donald. Ann and Donald wanted to start their own Thanksgiving traditions by spending it together by themselves at Ann's apartment. As a compromise, they all reluctantly agree to have Ann cook dinner for all six at her apartment. Pleasing everyone and keeping to their long held family traditions might be difficult for Ann to accomplish - which includes turkey with chestnut stuffing for the Hollingers, and goose with oyster stuffing for the Maries - but Ann is determined to have the two mains plus one of everyone else's favorite as the menu. Beyond the possible ... Written by
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