Biden Thanksgiving menu released by White House

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President Biden and his family celebrated Thanksgiving with family while enjoying a traditional holiday menu.

The Biden’s Thanksgiving menu included thyme-Roasted turkey, “Grandma Jacobs’ Savory Stuffing,” classic turkey gravy, roasted kitchen garden vegetables, sweet potatoes, kale, button mushrooms, and cranberry relish on Thanksgiving Thursday. Deserts included apple pie, pumpkin pie, coconut cream pie, and chocolate chip ice cream.

President Biden’s Thanksgiving menu


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It’s been a wild ride for home buyers in Texas over the past year – high demand and low supply caused skyrocketing prices in many of the state’s major cities. Its led to serious affordability issues in cities like Austin, which was already seeing housing costs creep upward before the pandemic.

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The bill

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