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Win all of your holiday parties by bringing drunk cherries

The holidays are almost upon us, and that usually means a full house with a packed party calendar. And that brings up the inevitable question: what should you take to someone's home?

Chef and TODAY contributor Elizabeth Heiskell has some answers to our most pressing holiday host-gifting questions. She shares a few delicious recipes from her cookbook, "What Can I Bring?: Southern Food for Any Occasion Life Serves Up."

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Easy dishes you can bring to Thanksgiving

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Easy dishes you can bring to Thanksgiving

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These cherries may be little, but they give any holiday gathering a major kick.

Drunken Cherries
Drunken Cherries
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The Yoste roast is the ultimate in comfort food. And it also doubles as one incredible sandwich.

Yoste Roast
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This bundt cake recipe is deceptively simple to make. Even the most amateur cook or baker can master it.

Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake
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The best thing about this bourbon slush? It can be made months ahead of time!

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