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November 17, 2012 7:47 AM

Cornucopia with a twist

The cornucopia, that symbol of abundance and the harvest, has graced the Thanksgiving table or sideboard for generations. While the original version, in ancient Greece, was a goat’s horn, the American cornucopia is typically a horn-shaped wicker basket filled with a colorful array of fall vegetables and fruit.

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