New York Chefs Create Holiday Feasts; Daniel Boulud Offers Thanksgiving to Go

A Thanksgiving spread. Photo: Zachary Zavislak

This week's New York food coverage is all about the holidays. First, the Dutch's Andrew Carmellini offers his version of a Thanksgiving feast, complete with oyster chowder, collard greens, and a slow-cooked roast turkey with cornbread stuffing. For Christmas, the Breslin's April Bloomfield pitches in, beginning with her famous devils on horseback (bacon-wrapped dates), working up to a balsamic-glazed duck, and finishing with the banana-toffee confection banoffee pie.

Also in the magazine, another Thanksgiving option for those who don't want to cook: For the first time ever, Daniel Boulud is offering a takeout Turkey feast from his newly launched Epicerie Boulud online store. Preorder the traditional meal (which serves eight to ten) now through November 19.