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Nov 23, 2016 1:16 PM

What Thanksgiving food you can and can't bring on your airplane travels

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If you're flying to see your loved ones this Thanksgiving, don't forget that you can bring some feast favorites with you through the clouds.

Although you may not be able to bring your famous homemade gravy, feel free to bring a whole pie, stuffing, or even nips of alcohol, according to travelandleisure.

Take a look before you finish packing to see what you can and can't take on the plane with you:

Foods Allowed in Carry-on Baggage

-Pie, whole or sliced
-Cupcakes
-Cookies
-Apple fritters
-Turkey, cooked or raw and whole or sliced
-Stuffing
-Fruit cake
-Other cakes
-Fruit baskets, minus any liquids or jams
-Dry baking mixes
-Solid or dry leftovers
-Gingerbread
-Casseroles, minus any mushroom soup
-Mini bottles of alcohol


Foods That Must Be in Checked Baggage

-Cranberry sauce
-Gravy
-Frosting
-Eggnog
-Jam, jelly, and apple butter
-Maple syrup
-Salsa, sauces, dips, and spreads
-Soup
-Pudding and jell-o
-Oils, vinegars, and salad dressing
-Alcohol (over 3.4 ounces)

Safe Travels and Happy Holidays!

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