Get Your Turkey and Your Camera Ready

While you're prepping for the biggest feast day on the American calendar, take our family photo challenge.

You’ve bought your turkey and you’ve mapped out the seating chart to separate the feuding cousins. You’ve outsourcing the stuffing and sweet potatoes, but you can’t bear to let anyone else but you make Mama Stamberg's famous cranberry relish. But before you collapse into your chair this Thanksgiving, remember why you’re bringing everyone together in the first place—it’s about family.

Nat Geo’s photo community Your Shot, along with The Plate, is launching a photo challenge called Tastes Like Home, featuring Pati Jinich of PBS' Pati’s Mexican Table and our Nat Geo editors. Plus, your kids can participate in their own photo challenge on My Shot, too. Show us through your photographs how you make

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