Instead of pumpkin pie, consider serving boereg.

What Do America’s Top Chefs Cook for Thanksgiving?

A quick survey of some of the unique dishes that restaurant chefs prepare for their own family dinner


This Thanksgiving, Step Back in Time and into 17th-Century Plymouth Colony

Reenactors in this "living museum" bring the Pilgrim's homestead back to life

5 High-Tech Steps to Making the Easiest and Fastest Thanksgiving Dinner Ever

Just because the Pilgrims did Thanksgiving dinner the hard way, doesn't mean you have to


The History of Pardoning Turkeys Began With Tad Lincoln

The rambunctious boy had free rein of the White House, and used it to divert a holiday bird from the butcher's block

Traditional Thanksgiving dinner includes turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes but the First Thanksgiving likely included wildfowl, corn, porridge and venison.

What Was on the Menu at the First Thanksgiving?

The history of the holiday meal tells us that turkey was always the centerpiece, but other courses have since disappeared

Sign for Upper Jay

Inviting Writing: Thanksgiving

Dogfish Head Brewery, featured in the New Yorker.

In the News: ‘Green Thanksgiving,’ Futuristic Food, Extreme Beer, and Farmer in Chief

A roundup of recent food-related features worth checking out

Thanksgiving Turkey.

Gobble, Gobble

Here’s a little theme music for your turkey dinner

Seven Questions for Turkey Day

In preparation for tomorrow’s big day, I offer you a selection of articles on the theme of turkey science:How did the turkey in my oven get so big?

A proud turkey.

The Eat-ymology of the Turkey

What do you really know about where the turkey came from?

Turkeys Are Having a Pretty Bad Month

Animal-abuse scandal at a turkey-breeding farm in West Virginia

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