Thanksgiving Dinner for 1,200; No Pumpkin Shortage in Boston

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• The Salvation Army will give away 1,200 Thanksgiving baskets this year. [Globe]

• Despite fears of a shortage, there’s plenty of canned pumpkin available at Hub supermarkets. [Herald]

• Brigham’s owner Luke Cooper vows to keep as many jobs as he can after declaring bankruptcy for the chain. [Globe]

• As fast food becomes more acceptable in France, chefs like Paul Bocuse and Alain Ducasse are offering up their own interpretations on the genre. [WSJ]

• Hunger groups have too many people volunteering on Thanksgiving and not enough during the rest of the year. [NYT]

• Mark Sargeant, Gordon Ramsay’s right hand man for the past thirteen years, has quit to join another restaurant company. [Bloomberg]

• It turns out that Bravo’s United Plates of America isn’t the only series with that title: Brian Lerch has been producing a show with the title for a year. [Eater]

• Rachael Ray gave Diddy a diamond cuff for his birthday. [NYP]

Thanksgiving Dinner for 1,200; No Pumpkin Shortage in Boston