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Nightline #772274

ABC Special for Friday, Nov 26, 2004

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A broadcast of taped segments introduced by Chris Bury (ABC) re: Thanksgiving, including:

  • Taped segment with The Cajun Injector founder Reese Williams, chef Austin Lesley‡, food columnist Marcel Bienvenu, “Times-Picayune” former food editor Dale Curry, safety engineer Francisco Damian, Brent Frith of the Kaplan Fire Department, writer Calvin Trillin, Hal Stratton of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and unidentified others re: fried turkey.
  • Taped segment (originally aired 11/27/03) with chef Marcus Samuelson, chef Jacques Pepin, chef Rocco DiSpirito, chef Anthony Bourdain, “Vogue Magazine” food critic Jeffrey Steingarten, chef Bobby Flay, author Ina Garten, and unidentified others re: cranberry sauce.
  • Taped segment (originally aired 11/27/03) with John Donvan (ABC), President Franklin Roosevelt, advertising executive Donnie Deutsch‡, museum director Laurie Norton Moffatt, Communications Associate Kimberly Rutberg, and unidentified others re; Norman Rockwell’s Thanksgiving painting.
  • A brief taped excerpt of an 8/15/02 “Nightline” interview by Michel Martin (ABC) with Julia Child, with introductory remarks by Ted Koppel (ABC).
  • Reporter(s):
    Donvan, John

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