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‘Serve with Napkins and Ketchup’

Recipes for Thanksgiving

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First-grade teacher Caryn Lynch (center) and her students at Colin Powell Elementary wear the chef’s hats they made.

Students in teacher Caryn Lynch’s first-grade class at Colin Powell Elementary tell their favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner and how they’d prepare it.

Turkey – “Stuff it with turkey and put it in the oven. Cook it 2 minutes at 1 degree and serve it with chicken-fried rice.”

— Leonardo Moreno, 7

Turkey – “I’d buy it from the store, take it home and put it in the oven. I’d stuff it with vegetables and cook it 10 minutes at 20 degrees.”

— Ritha Igout, 6

Stuffing – “I’d use bread and cheese and mix it up and stuff it in the turkey. Then I’d cook it for 30 minutes at warm and serve it with vegetables on the side.”

— Nicholas Pham, 6

Duck – “First buy one and then make it. Put it in the oven at 1 degree for 2 minutes.”

— Daniel Choi, 6

Sweet potatoes – “You’d put four cooked potatoes inside a pan and three scoops of sugar. Then mix it up and eat it and have apple pie for dessert.”

— Brandon Vasquez Sanchez, 7

Chicken soup – “You cook a chicken and put soup in it and then tomatoes and rice. Cook it in a pot on the stove for 30 minutes, ’til it’s nice and warm and hot.”

— Sam Pinto, 7

Turkey – “Cut it and put it in the oven and cook it for 10 minutes at hot. Then put it on the plate, eat it and enjoy it.”

—Rudhar Joshi, 6

Mashed potatoes – “I’d cook three potatoes in the oven for 2 hours; then mash them with butter and serve them.”

— Min Ju Kwon, 6

Turkey – “I would put it in the oven and cook it 20 minutes at 1 degree.”

— Eugene Hwang, 6

Chocolate cake – “I’d put chocolate on a pan, put water on it and mix it. Put it in the oven and then take it out. Then put frosting on it and sprinkles and snowflakes and make faces with them.”

— Nicolas Loza, 6

Turkey – “Put it in the oven and cook it at 26 degrees for about 3 minutes. Eat it with corn and have ice cream for dessert.”

— Jake Kim, 6

Cranberries – “I’d put them in the oven and cook them two minutes. Then eat them with turkey and mashed potatoes.”

— Minjae Kim, 6

Turkey – “Stuff it with fat and vegetables and cook it in the oven for 20 minutes at 25 degrees.”

— Hoai-Viet Nguyen, 5

Corn – “I’d buy a frozen package of corn and put it in the oven in a pot with some salt. Cook it 6 minutes at 20 degrees.”

— Sofia Lyons, 7

Turkey – “Put it in the oven for 20 hours at 10 degrees and serve it with napkins and ketchup.”

— Lara Qazzaz, 6

Mashed potatoes – “I’d mash the potatoes with a masher and add pepper and stir them. Cook them in a pot for 25 minutes and serve them with gravy.”

— David Shi, 6

Chicken – “Cut it, put it in the oven and cook it at 20 degrees for 9 minutes.”

— Debora Horng, 6

Indian bread – “You mix daal and milk and flatten it in a pan with a big spoon. Then put it on top of the stove and cook it. I like it plain, but you could dip it in sugar to eat it.”

— Pooja Somayajula, 6

Mashed potatoes – “I would put some milk in 10 potatoes and mash them. Cook them in a pot for 10 minutes and put gravy on them.”

— Siddhi Surawkar, 7

Corn – “I’d put the stove on to 14 degrees and cook it in a bowl for an hour.”

— Alexa Zometa, 6