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Thanksgiving feast never the same twice

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France Cevallos cooks Thanksgiving meals twice each fall. In October she marks the holiday with family from her native Canada, and next week she'll plan a feast on the U.S. day of celebration.

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France Cevallos slices carrots for her Creamy Autumn Carrot Soup.

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France Cevallos makes Creamy Autumn Carrot Soup in her Aurora townhouse.

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Cook of the week France Cevallos grew up in Canada and moved to the United States about 10 years ago living and cooking in Arizona, California and Michigan before moving to Aurora. She embraces the winter holidays and the entertaining opportunities they bring. "I love this time of year. We do celebrate Thanksgiving in Canada; it's the second Monday of October, the same day the U.S. calls Columbus Day. This means that two turkey feasts are quite possible in our household," she said.

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    • France Cevallos cooks Thanksgiving meals twice each fall. In October she marks the holiday with family from her native Canada, and next week she’ll plan a feast on the U.S. day of celebration.
    • France Cevallos slices carrots for her Creamy Autumn Carrot Soup.
    • France Cevallos makes Creamy Autumn Carrot Soup in her Aurora townhouse.
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