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Playlist: Thanksgiving 2021

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Milk Street Radio’s 2021 Thanksgiving Special

From Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio | Part of the Milk Street Specials series | 54:00

This week, we’re getting ready for Thanksgiving with some help from our friends. Cheryl Day joins us to answer your holiday baking questions, Sam Fore cooks Thanksgiving with a Sri Lankan take, J. Kenji López-Alt shares why he eats lobster for Thanksgiving, Dan Pashman tells how to eat pie the right way, and we learn to make Yogurt-Roasted Carrots with Warm Spices.

Msl_radio_logo_cobrand_prx__2___1__medium_small This week, we’re getting ready for Thanksgiving with some help from our friends. Cheryl Day joins us to answer your holiday baking questions, Sam Fore cooks Thanksgiving with a Sri Lankan take, J. Kenji López-Alt shares why he eats lobster for Thanksgiving, Dan Pashman tells how to eat pie the right way, and we learn to make Yogurt-Roasted Carrots with Warm Spices.

A Musical Thanksgiving Feast (Series)

Produced by Jim Raposa

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A Musical Thanksgiving Feast (Hour 1)

From Jim Raposa | Part of the A Musical Thanksgiving Feast series | 56:35

Mtf_hr_01_logo_240x240_small We have much to be thankful for this year...and Thanksgiving is still a time when we gather with family and friends to give thanks for precious memories and traditions. We're giving thanks with a combination of the finest food-centric songs from Jazz and Pop Standards legends.

In this hour, we feature food themed songs by Anita O'Day, Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra, Wes Montgomery, Dave Frishberg, Nat King Cole and many others take your listeners through the menu for the big day. From breakfast to the main meal, tasty appetizers to sweet treats for dessert, host Jim Raposa serves a one hour, multi-course feast for your ears. Special guests offer insight and thanks for their career milestones such as Quincy Jones, Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney.

Give your listeners a chance to let go of the turmoil of 2020 for a while by including A Musical Thanksgiving Feast in your Thanksgiving programming.

It's a show that'll satisfy even the heartiest musical appetite of your listeners!