For the first time ever, it's going to cost the average family over $50 to serve Thanksgiving this year. Which, yeah, still doesn't sound that bad.

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The American Farm Bureau Federation just released its annual report of what the average Thanksgiving will cost in 2015. To serve 10 people this year, it comes to a total of $50.11, that's up from $49.41 last year.

    Here's the breakdown:

  • 16-pound turkey, $23.04.
  • Stuffing, $2.61.
  • Rolls, $2.25.
  • Sweet potatoes, $3.57.
  • Cranberries, $2.29.
  • Peas, carrots, and celery, $2.31.
  • Pumpkin pie mix, pie shells, and whipped cream, $7.61.
  • Milk, $3.25.
  • Other miscellaneous ingredients, $3.18.

Read more at American Farm Bureau Federation.