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Chew on This: Who Would Cook Your Dream Thanksgiving Dinner?

We always give you our thoughts on eating around town, but we want to hear yours, too! Every week, we’ll ask you to weigh in on a question about the local dining scene.

As soon as we saw the Thanksgiving meal that Vermilion chef Tony Chittum whipped up for our Frugal Foodie series, we wished he was coming to our house this Thursday. And we'd make sure he was prepared to replicate that savory cornbread pudding.

So tell us, if you could have your Thanksgiving meal cooked by a DC-area chef, who would you hire and what would you want him or her to serve? Give us your fantasy dinners in the comments!  

 

 

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