Guide to Thanksgiving eats you can travel with in your carry-on: Turkey, yes. Gravy, no

Planning to pack a couple cans of cranberry sauce or a nice bottle of wine to bring to dinner at Grandma’s in your carry-on this Thanksgiving?

Think again: Those aren’t Transportation Security Administration-approved items — for your carry-on at least.

So what can the expected 26.8 million people passing through TSA security check points between Nov. 22 and Dec. 2 bring to accompany their family’s turkey?

Most travelers know there is only a certain amount of liquid (3.4 ounces or 100 milliliters) that can be brought in a bottle through security at the airport. But what about semisolid foods?

Take gravy: Is it a solid or a liquid? What if it’s been refrigerated and doesn’t really move around? Cookbook author and model Chrissy Teigen even had some trouble figuring that one out. 

On June 25, she tweeted a video asking her followers what they thought: “let’s play ‘is cold gravy tsa approved'” she wrote.

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