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What foods do those in the culinary biz most look forward to eating at holiday time? Those who live their lives immersed in things edible weigh in.

Quinoa, for All Tables

With both Passover and Easter on the docket for this weekend, why not make a dish that works in celebration of both?

Thanksgiving leftovers

Leftovers aren’t boring; they’re money in the bank! They’re jump-starters that pare down dinner’s ingredient list as well as its prep time. When you have leftovers, you’ve got a sous chef by your side.

Turkey Timing

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Stuffing: Three Ways

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Thanksgiving Sides

Start with what’s in season – and let it flow simply from there. An accent or a shake of spice can dress up cranberries, sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts, and greens.

Crimson Tide

Cranberry farmers in the Garden State’s Pinelands flood their bogs every fall to harvest a food Americans give thanks for, continuing a centuries-old practice that enriches our culinary culture and creates community. KELLY-JANE COTTER reports from the land of ruby, pink and white. 

A “Christmas Salad Story” – for Thanksgiving

It’s the season for traditions. Especially during untraditional times.


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