What the stars eat on Thanksiving

Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImageJennifer Garner arrives at the The Board Of Governors Of The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences' Governor Awards at Dolby Theatre on November 16

The New York Post is running a piece on stars’ holiday plans — and it makes them sound like normal people.

Jennifer Garner says she’ll be making her favorite roast turkey with cranberry glaze for Ben Affleck and the kids. “Martha Stewart taught it to me,” she added.

Kirstie Alley is cooking a traditional meal for 15 in Kansas, her home state. Steve Carell says he’s been cleaning his house all week in preparation for visiting relatives.

Liza Minnelli will be joined by Michael Feinstein (“She’s a fantastic cook,” he gushed). Matthew McConaughey will hold a giant Texas feast. “We stuff all the kids in one room,” he says. “We make it work.”FeaturesGossip

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