First graders serve up their top turkey recipes

We asked the first grade classes of Susan Brubaker and Jeri Sipe – from Ocean Air School in Carmel Valley – the following question: How do you make a Thanksgiving turkey?

Look out, Bobby Flay. These students are about ready to challenge you to a turkey throwdown.

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