1. Track down a turkey – or choose not to
As with turkey, sometimes you can’t always find the right ingredients you need for American fare. Take cornbread, for example. The most important component is cornmeal, but this doesn’t really exist in German cuisine. The best substitute that this American has found is called Maisgrieß – and it always turns out delicious.
And if you’re really in doubt, try using a similar recipe by a British website instead (which like the BBC tend to have grams and ounces).
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