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AirTalk asks: What’s your favorite cultural spin on the traditional American Thanksgiving?




Central American immigrants celebrate Thanksgiving on November 24, 2016 in Stamford, Connecticut.
Central American immigrants celebrate Thanksgiving on November 24, 2016 in Stamford, Connecticut.
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Southern California is rich with multiculturalism, and celebrating Thanksgiving is one way for our melting pot to shine.

Maybe your family features a Cajun deep-fried turkey at the center of the table. Or you prefer to opt out of mashed potatoes for sticky rice and pumpkin pie for flan. Perhaps a Russian cheese salad that’s versatile with almost everything on the table?

Celebrate Thanksgiving with us at AirTalk by sharing your favorite modern-day twists to this American holiday, from the dining room to the living room and more.

Call us at 866-893-5722 or comment below!

Guests:

Elina Shatkin, food editor for LAist.com

Michelle Faust Raghavan, health care reporter at KPCC