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Brought To You By Franken 2014: Thanksgiving Tips

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Just in time for Thanksgiving, Sen. Al Franken and his wife Franni are offering their favorite holiday recipes.

“Al’s Wild Rice Stuffing” and “Franni’s Pureed Butternut Squash” are just a couple of the offerings that appear in a new email from Franken’s re-election committee.

It’s a gentle message from a senator whose campaign for a second term began right after Election Day earlier this month. Franken is seen nationally as a target for Republicans after he narrowly won his first term by recount in 2008.

No Republicans have stepped forward yet to formally challenge Franken.

To see the recipes, read Esme’s Blog.

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