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A Thanksgiving Shopping Guide to NYC's Food Artisans

Kings County Beef Jerky

Kings County Jerky. [Photograph: Laura Togut]

The city's food artisans offer up myriad products to help you through the holidays, whatever your particular needs may be. Here's a guide to just some of the locally made specialty foods to help set your Thanksgiving table.


Maybe you're looking at a lot of travel time. Maybe you're used to Thanksgiving dinner at 2 p.m., but the people you'll be with this year eat at 6. Maybe your aunt is a plain terrible cook. It's always a good idea to have snacks.

Gifts for Hosts

My Sweet

Brigadeiros from My Sweet. [Photograph: Max Falkowitz]

Whether you're spending Thanksgiving with your boyfriend's distant relatives or your own parents, it's nice to bring something the host or hostess could set aside and enjoy after all the company departs.

In the Kitchen


Pate from Brooklyn Cured. [Photograph: Stephanie Klose]

On the Table

Salumi from Charlito's Cocina. [Photograph: Stephanie Klose]


Rachel's Pies

[Photograph: Jessica Leibowitz]

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