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What thanksgiving ingredients can't be found in London?

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I'm traveling to London next week to visit DS who there as an exchange student this fall semester. He plans (with friends) to cook a big Thanksgiving dinner, and wants me to bring whatever I can. So ... what can he NOT buy in London (Kensington area) from the list below? And where should he go to buy the things he can? (Not gonna bring it all; I want a strategy.)

Canned pumpkin
Pumpkin pie spice
Evaporated milk
Crisco (solid vegetable shortening)
Canned cranberries
Fresh cranberries
Sweet potatoes/yams
Candy corn candies
Poultry spice
Turkey flavor gravy
Turkey (I'm not bringing one, though!)
A foil pie pan.
A foil roaster pan.

And, while we're on the topic: What's in the theaters this month that he might enjoy? I'm thinking War Horse, maybe? Or One Man Two Guv'nors?

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