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The venerated turkey has influenced nearly every American, from Benjamin Franklin to Norman Rockwell.
While commercial turkeys are bred to yield abundant breast meat, these older varieties promise juicy and richly flavored meat from all over, especially the legs and thighs.
A Thanksgiving meal at a Salvation Army site feeds thousands.
The truth about the first harvest celebration.
Chronicling key moments in culinary history.
Korea's most beloved food packs refreshing heat and hearty flavors.
The first Thanksgiving Day parade and football game.
Libby’s pumpkin pie filling, Ocean Spray cranberry sauce, and more.
A short fermentation period yields a more nuanced sauerkraut.
An exceptional crop of new baking books will delight novices and pros alike.
The evolution of an unlikely cranberry sauce.
How a farmer’s love for turkeys is saving American poultry.
In Connecticut, friends and family dig in to a traditional New England–style Thanksgiving feast.
For some people, side dishes are even more enticing than the turkey.
Tangy, spicy, and salty condiments are central to many classic Israeli dishes.