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No movie in 2017 has captured that Venn diagram intersection of critical acclaim + adorbs-indie cachet quite like Lady Bird, the Greta Gerwig-helmed film receiving monster raves—including from The A.V. Club’s A.A. Dowd. It’s a coming-of-age film without the trite coming-of-age conventions, and Saoirse Ronan—straight from her Oscar-nominated turn in Brooklyn—returns with what Dowd calls “a beautiful star performance, perfectly nailing the self-consciousness of youth, in ways both amusing... and touching.”

What’s notable is how A24, the production company behind Lady Bird, is marketing its film in the most small-batch, artisan cute way possible—it has published a collection of Thanksgiving recipes from the cast and crew.

Here we learn how to make Greta Gerwig’s sausage-cornbread stuffing, Saoirse Ronan’s raisin soda bread (not a traditional American thanksgiving staple, but she is rather adorable in the film), and TimothĂ©e Chalamet’s ambitious spatchcocked turkey with anise and orange.

There may not be enough letter e’s in the world between twee and squeeeeee.