Turkey merely provides a cavity for stuffing, Thanksgiving’s true centerpiece. Stuffing is a reward, akin to delectable candy packed into a tasteless Butterball piñata. Stuffing is so good, in fact, that we willfully eat it out of the rear end of a dead animal.
Instead of cranberry sauce from the can…
…how about some pear, brandy, and walnut cranberry sauce?
Instead of gravy…
…you could top your turkey with some Tuscan onion confit.
Instead of buttering your bread…
…spread some herb jam with olives and lemon.
Sweet potato, radicchio, + tomato hash with harissa hollandaise
Farro with roasted sweet potato, kale and pomegranate seeds
Sweet potato parsnip latkes with feta and leeks
We love Turkey, and we’re not about to change our name.
Shut up and be scanned.