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The Week in Review


What will be at your Thanksgiving table? Classic green bean casserole or something with a twist? A whole turkey? Or a ham? Maybe you’re picking up all your fixings at Chef Tam’s. 

Jennifer Biggs and Chris Herrington dish over their Thanksgiving staples. Favorites include dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce. Plus, the divisive — if you’re in the Herrington household — sweet potatoes. 

Eric Barnes sits down with Cara Greenstein, a Memphis-based lifestyle blogger, on her transition from her originally food-focused social media presence on her site Caramelized. 

Right as Jaren Jackson Jr. makes his long-awaited return to the court, the Memphis Grizzlies sideline Desmond Bane, who is nursing a toe sprain. Drew Hill and Chris Herrington predict how the Grizzlies will move forward in the season. 

A reporters’ roundtable featuring Toby Sells, of The Memphis Flyer, and Abigail Warren and Bill Dries, of The Daily Memphian, gather to break down the results from Shelby County’s November election and the growing race for Memphis mayor that will hit election polls in October 2023. 

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Thanksgiving is a time to put your favorite folks — your family — around a table of your favorite foods and appreciate the good things in your life.

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