How to eat a Thanksgiving meal in the Middle East

By Nick LiskerESPN.comNovember 24, 2019The Middle East, as it was known during the Cold War, is a place of relative stability.

The region has experienced two major wars since the end of the 20th century.

But it has also experienced the worst of two different crises.

In Syria, there was the Arab Spring and the civil war in neighboring Lebanon, and the region has struggled for decades to come to terms with the Islamic State, or ISIS, terror group.

This week, the U.S. State Department issued its latest report on the region, and it made it clear that while the region is struggling, its economic situation is stable.

The U.N. agency, UNDP, released its own report on Turkey, noting that the country’s economic growth rate has slowed since 2016, but that economic development has continued to pick up.

In fact, the region still has one of the world’s highest GDP growth rates.

And the United States continues to be the largest investor in Turkey, a key ally in the U of A’s war against ISIS.

On Thanksgiving, many Americans will get a taste of turkey, turkey soup and the holiday spirit with Thanksgiving dinner.

But some American families will have to make do with a different meal, which may include a vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner, a vegan Thanksgiving meal or a mixed-meat dinner.

This is because the U