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Tamales, not Turkey: New York Immigrants' Thanksgiving Traditions

Craig Cavallo 4 comments

My grandmother's earliest memories of Thanksgiving—roast turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and gravy—are defined by traditional American customs. But those aren't the only American Thanksgiving traditions. Immigrants from Mexico, Israel, and China—now New Yorkers in the food industry—tell their own stories. More

Your Thanksgiving Shopping Guide for the Union Square Greenmarket, 2013 Edition

Market Scene: NY Ben Fishner Post a comment

Get your Thanksgiving shopping done at the farmer's market this year with our guide to Thanksgiving shopping at the Greenmarket! Pick up your turkey, of course, but also your produce from herbs and aromatics to root veggies and brussels sprouts. There's also bread, butter, lard, sausage, bacon, you name it. More

Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in NYC, 2013 Guide

Ben Jay 3 comments

Haven't perfected your roast turkey? Tired of your weird relative's equally weird baked corn? Just don't want the hassle cooking and hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year? If so, here's our guide to restaurants with special Thanksgiving menus, as well as a few offering take-home options. More

Zucker Bakery is Making Thanksgivukkah Doughnuts; Here's How They Taste

Sugar Rush Niko Triantafillou 2 comments

Zucker Bakery is making Thanksgiving/Hanukkah mash-up doughnuts with flavors like turkey gravy and sweet potato and marshmallow. So are they any good? More

A Sandwich a Day: The Thanksgiving Special Hero at Parm

A Sandwich a Day Paul Yee 3 comments

Don't wait to head down to Parm for their Thanksgiving hero, as it will only be available until the end of the week. At $14, it's definitely expensive for a sandwich that you won't want to share with anyone, but it's everything Thanksgiving should be. More

The 2012 Guide to Thanksgiving at the Union Square Greenmarket

Market Scene: NY Ben Fishner 1 comment

Planning to shop at the Union Square Greenmarket for Thanksgiving? Here's everything you need to know. More

Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in NYC

Rebecca Simon 3 comments

Our guide to where to eat out for Thanksgiving around town. More

Video: Momofuku Milk Bar's Thanksgiving Croissant

Jessica Leibowitz 12 comments

During the month of November, Momofuku Milk Bar dives off into rather savory territory with their Thanksgiving croissant. Each bite contains the most delicious parts of the traditional American meal, sealed inside warm, stuffing-flavored flaky dough. More

Where To Get Pie For Thanksgiving

The Serious Eats Team 4 comments

Apple pie from Four and Twenty Blackbirds. [Photo: Robyn Lee] There are all sorts of fantastic bakeries in New York where you can pick up pie for your Thanksgiving table. (See last summer's pie finds, our pie honor roll,... More

Still Looking for Thanksgiving Dinner Reservations?

Carey Jones 3 comments

Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away, and if you're not cooking own Thanksgiving dinner, options may seem limited. But fear not if you're going the restaurant route—some restaurants still do have availability. More

Happy Thanksgiving!

Carey Jones 3 comments

[Photo: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] Just a few hours 'til the big day! If you're still coming up short on recipe ideas (hey, it happens) head on over to Thanksgiving Central on the Serious Eats main site, where you'll find... More

New Favorite Pie: Shandaken Bake at the New Amsterdam Market

Carey Jones 4 comments

No matter how many times we visit the New Amsterdam Market, we stumble upon something new and delicious. Case in point? The pies from Shandaken Bake, Craig Thompson's bakery in the Catskills. More

Market Scene: Thanksgiving Shopping at the Union Square Greenmarket

Market Scene: NY Ben Fishner 4 comments

Thanksgiving may be the most important home-cooked meal of the year. It holds, then, that you should be looking for the very best ingredients to cook with. Where better to go than the Greenmarket? More

Where To Get Pumpkin Pie in New York for Thanksgiving

The Serious Eats Team 8 comments

What we've learned this week is that bakeries that make great pies might not make great pumpkin pies. Which is why we tasted a few dozen all over New York to find you the best for your Thanksgiving table. More

More Thanksgiving Menus!

Carey Jones Post a comment

[Photo: Robyn Lee] We posted our initial Thanksgiving restarurant roundup to give you a jump on the season a few weeks back, but as the menus have rolled in, we've kept it updated. New highlights? Thanksgiving dinners at Marea... More

Poll: Where Are You Eating Thanksgiving?

The Serious Eats Team 47 comments

November means Thanksgiving—and many of us are starting to make plans, whether that means making Thanksgiving dinner reservations, planning a menu, or scoring an invite to someone else's party. Tell us: What are you doing for Thanksgiving this year? Take the poll » More

Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in New York City

Hannah Smith-Drelich 8 comments

[Photo: Robyn Lee] It's that time of year again—Thanksgiving is less than a month away, and you've got to figure out whether you're cooking own Thanksgiving dinner, inviting yourself over to someone else's, or going the restaurant route. But... More

Get Your Thanksgiving Turkey from Torrisi Italian Specialties

Carey Jones 2 comments

[Photo: Robyn Lee] Italian-American lunch spot and restaurant Torrisi Italian Specialties managed, this year, to do the impossible: make roasted turkey breast taste incredible. Their turkey sandwich, made from a breast slow-roasted and glazed with honey, garlic, and herbs,... More

A Sandwich A Day: Thanksgiving Dip at Cer Té

A Sandwich a Day Sarah Kuo 1 comment

In this great city of ours, one could eat a different sandwich every day of the year—so that's what we'll do. Here's A Sandwich a Day, our daily look at sandwiches around New York. Got a sandwich we should check... More

A Few Of Ed's Favorite New York Thanksgiving Pies

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A little Serious Eats Thanksgiving nostalgia: Ed's favorite pies, circa 2007—a roundup he likes to refer to as his "Pie Heaven." In the Promised Land: Two Little Red Hens, Clinton Street Baking Company, Sweet Melissa's, Trois Pommes Patisserie, and... More

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