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Teresa McQuerrey and Carol La Valley, co-editors

Howdy.

Turkey Day is just around the corner, so in this issue of The Rim Review we have brought you fresh recipes on some old favorites.

Start by an old-fashioned snack for a night of pie making or vegetable chopping; try a different stuffing for the big bird; and then give your leftovers a different go-round in a unique breakfast or brunch dish and a stir-fry.

Coincidentally, our featured artist Sue Jones paints porcelain dishes to serve that tasty meal to your family -- but the process is a delicate, long and involved one, so you will have to wait until next year to get your order ... but for a one-of-a-kind, multi-piece art work, the wait is more than worth it.

This week columnist Ken Brooks remembers how he went from the production side of television into the shipping world and how he participated in opening China to the West in the 1970s.

Stan Brown takes readers on a trip to visit isolated gravesites in the Payson area in "Back When." Brown not only tells where to find the sites, but the story of the hard, sometimes violent, lives of pioneers of the Mogollon Rim.

Find out why Troy Wayland and Ray Baxter both liked "The Martian Child."

And, if you are ready to hear, rather than read a story, check out the 2007 Tellabration at the Pine Community Center. Our cover story tells you all about the Saturday evening, worldwide event.

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