A Pinwheel Pie as Appealing as Her Fashion Designs

When Laura Kim was a child, her mother used all kinds of tricks to get her to eat. “She made ...
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Cooking Class | Laura Kim

The latest runway fashions, stunning interiors, exotic destinations, peeks into the creative process and other dispatches from the crossroads of ...
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A Badly Timed Disruption for Wine Sales in the New York Area

A severe thunderstorm that struck a wine warehouse and shipping company last week in North Bergen, N.J., has disrupted deliveries ...
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The T List: Holiday Gift Guide, Part I

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. For this week and the next, we’ve ...
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Weary of Cooking? This Simple Dinner Will Invigorate

I’m getting tired of reading the news anxiously each morning, tired of bad behavior everywhere, tired of witnessing fear and ...
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6 Books for Thinking, Drinking and Changing the World

No matter how disruptive the Covid-19 pandemic has been, the publishing industry continues to churn out books exploring wine and ...
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Thanksgiving 911

Good morning. My phone will start chirping tomorrow morning and won’t let up all day, texts coming in from family, ...
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Why You Should Take a Nap on Thanksgiving

Like many Americans, the chef Nicole Pederson enjoys stretching out on the couch after the turkey and stuffing have been ...
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CheLi Serves Shanghai Specialties in the East Village

HeadlinerCheLiThe traditions of the Shanghai table, notably the Hu-style cooking that is said to have originated centuries ago, are in ...
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Zagat and Michelin Hit Pause on New York City Guides

Restaurant ratings traditionally land in November, with the annual release of the latest guides from Michelin and Zagat. Not this ...
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6 Steps to a Great Thanksgiving Nap

Scientists have debunked the theory that Thanksgiving naps are caused solely by a rush of tryptophan, an amino acid in ...
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Around the World at Home Series Lets Readers Explore Cultures

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together.I ...
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Try a Red Wine From the Nation of Georgia

The country of Georgia considers itself to be the birthplace of wine, with a tradition going back about 8,000 years ...
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A New Cookbook From Jacques Pépin

The Jacques Pépin Foundation has released a new online video cookbook, “Cook With Jacques Pépin and Friends, Volume 1.” It’s ...
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For a Limited Time, the Cronut Will Travel

Cronuts for all, mailed to your home. Dominique Ansel will feature his famous croissant-meets-doughnut confection on his website for delivery ...
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The Apron Throughout History

Ya’ara Keydar, a fashion historian, will discuss aprons and their cultural significance through the ages in this virtual program held ...
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An Out-of-the-Ordinary Grocer

Daniel Soares, a fourth-generation Balducci, has opened a new pop-up of the produce and food stand he ran last year ...
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They Welcomed Dozens for Thanksgiving. Now What?

GRANGER, Ind. — Dr. Jan Sanders was the first Black pediatrician to have her own practice here. Her husband, Leo ...
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Three Ways to Use Up Stuffing, the Pinnacle of Thanksgiving Leftovers

Every year, I look forward to Thanksgiving as an opportunity to eat bread by the spoonful. That’s all stuffing is: ...
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Small Gatherings Spread the Virus, but Are They Causing the Surge?

As states struggle to contain the resurgent coronavirus, many officials are laying the blame on an unexpected source: people gathering ...
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A Filipino Kitchen Opened by Busy Nurses Who Wanted Breakfast

I am used to going to the East Village, the Lower East Side, Woodside in Queens and any number of ...
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Vegetarian or Vegan? Watch Your Bone Health

Vegetarian diets are generally considered healthy, but new research suggests they may have a significant risk: an increased chance of ...
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Give Thanks for This Simple Pleasure

LONDON — Delicious Thanksgiving dinners planned all around, I trust?However relatively small the gathering, the fact that this year has ...
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A Turkey to Dream About

Good morning. Maneet Chauhan, the chef and author of the excellent cookbook “Chaat: Recipes From the Kitchens, Markets and Railways ...
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Kimchi Making at Home Was Going Out of Style. Rural Towns to the Rescue.

GOESAN, South Korea — The family van was loaded with a precious cargo — 11 brown plastic boxes filled with ...
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Stress-Free Stews

Hello and welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes. My Thanksgiving menu is still far from finalized, which is out of character ...
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17 Recipes for a Small Thanksgiving Dinner

ImageCredit...Nik Sharma for The New York Times (Photography and Styling)Nik Sharma is an expert at playing with texture and flavor ...
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Bring the Apple Cider Doughnuts to You

Light and fluffy, bursting with tart cider flavor, and boasting an undeniable cinnamon-sugar aroma: Cider doughnuts are a fall staple ...
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Gianni Bernardinello, Baker Who Fed Neighbors Amid Pandemic, Dies at 76

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here.When ...
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A Designer’s Endlessly Adaptable Nigerian Stew

In “One Good Meal,” we ask cooking-inclined creative people to share the story behind a favorite dish they actually make ...
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How to Make Thanksgiving With One Pot and One Pan

It started with a challenge: Could I come up with a streamlined Thanksgiving dinner using only one pot and one ...
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How to Make Bread Pudding

Perhaps you have been baking bread for the past many months and you have extra waiting in the freezer. Now ...
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It’s Time to Put the Noble Grapes in Their Place

The way people talk about wine often reflects their other beliefs about the world.When gender attributes were more rigidly defined ...
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Classic and Cosmopolitan: N.Y.C. Restaurants Struggle to Stay Open

It’s never just about the food.From modest ethnic restaurants with dishes redolent of home to classic diners where the sever ...
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How Do I Make Thanksgiving Grocery Shopping Safer?

So you’ve canceled your Thanksgiving travel plans, quarantined the college student and created a scaled-back, family-only holiday menu. Good job.Now ...
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18 Five-Ingredient Thanksgiving Recipes

You don’t have to plan and cook for days to have a memorable Thanksgiving meal. These simple recipes call for ...
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Our Visit With the Barefoot Contessa

Good morning. Julia Moskin recently went out to the end of Long Island to visit with Ina Garten, the Barefoot ...
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How to Have a Fully Remote Family Thanksgiving

Because of the relentless pandemic, many people are staying home for Thanksgiving this year. No technology can ever fully replace ...
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Salt-Rising Bread: A Delicious and Nearly Lost Tradition

Its smell has been compared to the stink of overripe cheese, rotting tomatoes, dirty socks, but the delegation of bakers ...
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16 Festive Thanksgiving Mains That Aren’t Turkey

Thanksgiving might seem like it’s defined by turkey, but with smaller or even virtual celebrations this year, the need for ...
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Thanksgiving Options for Pickup and Delivery

Takeout and delivery promise to be a significant factor this pandemic Thanksgiving, with countless restaurants, caterers, mail-order companies and grocery ...
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When Only Homegrown Sweet Potatoes Will Do

Sweet potatoes are the humble man’s currency. They don’t need a thing to dazzle, their slightly crumpled skins pull away ...
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The Thanksgiving Myth Gets a Deeper Look This Year

FORT PECK INDIAN RESERVATION, Mont. — On a frigid November morning inside a tractor barn in northeast Montana, 10 members ...
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Different Styles of Wine Racks for your Home

Wine racks are considered essential accessories that every wine connoisseur should have in their homes. Some take pleasure in planning, ...
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Wanted: A Recipe With a Back Story

Do you have a recipe with a story? The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington wants to ...
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Ramen From the Masters, Shipped to Your Home

Big bowls of soup, and ramen noodles with a pedigree, are now available to cook at home from Ramen Lab, ...
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A Weekend Bakery Sets Up Shop

After baking in Washington, D.C., at Roberta’s in Brooklyn and the Standard hotel in the East Village of Manhattan, Nora ...
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19 Make-Ahead Recipes for Thanksgiving Day

When planning a holiday menu, it’s important to take into account time and real estate as much as taste. What ...
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How to Do Thanksgiving With Less Waste

DeVonne Jackson’s earliest memories of Thanksgiving begin with her grandmother Velma Jackson, who prepared curried goat while singing the folksy ...
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A Taste of Paris in Midtown

These days, a visit to the Rue de Rivoli across from the Tuileries Gardens in Paris is but a dream, ...
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A Cookbook From the Heart of Manhattan’s Chinatown

Nom Wah, the dim sum parlor tucked into the elbow of Doyers Street in the heart of Chinatown since the ...
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One Plate to Serve You and Feed the Homeless

If your Thanksgiving this year is an intimate dinner for two, why not pile the turkey and stuffing on a ...
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How Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa, Has Become More Popular in Quarantine

EAST HAMPTON, N.Y. — Ina Garten’s house, on a side street in the stately, manicured village of East Hampton, was just ...
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Recipes to Alter Your Mood

Good morning. “Tomorrow was another day, at least by the calendar,” the novelist Patrick O’Brian wrote in “Blue at the ...
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The ‘Inn’ Is Out at the Beatrice, but History Still Holds Sway

The Beatrice Inn has been at 285 West 12th Street for nearly 100 years in one form or another, drawing ...
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As Coronavirus Cases Spike, Should Indoor Dinning be Allowed When Classrooms Close?

Across much of Europe, even as coronavirus cases rise anew, governments are keeping classrooms open while forcing restaurants and bars ...
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Lots of Flavor, Less Meat

Hello and welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes. There is so much news vying for your attention right now that I ...
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Even the Littlest Helping Hands Can Make Thanksgiving

For many families, this year’s Thanksgiving is going to feel topsy-turvy, and, as challenging as it might be for grown-ups, ...
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3 Thanksgiving Desserts That Are Easy to Share, Even in a Pandemic

Though you’re probably not splitting a slice of pie with a non-pod friend this Thanksgiving, you can still bake and ...
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A Solution to Pandemic Hunger, Eyeballs and All

AUCKLAND, New Zealand — Leo Mulipola found a lifeline in a load of fish heads.Mr. Mulipola, 49, has struggled to ...
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As Virus Cases Spike, Should Indoor Dining Be Allowed When Classrooms Close?

Across much of Europe, even as coronavirus cases rise anew, governments are keeping classrooms open while forcing restaurants and bars ...
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From Lebanon, Bottles That Reward Diving Below the Surface

For decades, as Lebanon has endured persistent strife and discord, the story of Lebanese wine has been the industry’s ability ...
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Sparkling Wines, Even if 2020 Hasn’t Earned Them

The end of 2020 is mercifully in sight.Ordinarily, November and December would be the time for gatherings, parties and celebrations ...
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Revisiting an Ancient Theory of Herbalism

HOW, I HAVE often wondered, did people first discover the highly specific applications of particular plants and herbs? That ginseng ...
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How the Pandemic Inspired a Kitchen-Share Scene Among Out-of-Work Chefs

Six years ago, Katy McNulty, the chef and owner of The Pixie and the Scout, a catering company, raised $40,000 ...
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The Fashion Photographer Who Traded Film for Flour

For almost 30 years, the Canadian-born photographer Norman Jean Roy made his name synonymous with beautiful portraits of beautiful people: ...
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A Stirring Stir Fry

Good morning. A classic Mississippi Roast is really a no-recipe recipe: It’s just a beef chuck roast placed in a ...
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Mark Strausman, Chef of Fred’s at Barneys, Opens His Own Spot

HeadlinerMark’s Off MadisonThe chef Mark Strausman was on the verge of opening his own restaurant in the former A Voce ...
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Silver Apricot Applies a Chinese Lens to Farm-to-Table Cooking

In the backyard of the new Greenwich Village restaurant Silver Apricot are a few tables, about a dozen chairs, plexiglass ...
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For Home Cooks, Burnout Is a Reality This Holiday Season

If we’d talked this time a year ago, I would have told you with giddy enthusiasm why I always, every ...
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A Dining Room That Celebrates Every Meal

Dining at restaurants has always been about more than the food — one of the joys of going out is ...
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Maybe Just Get the Turkey Leg This Year

For that downsized Thanksgiving table this year, Jake Dickson of Dickson’s Farmstand Meats offers a wonderful solution: confit turkey legs ...
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A Sparkling Dessert Collaboration

The new midnight purple sparkling berry punch sorbet from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams is made with Chandon brut sparkling wine, ...
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An Ancient Grain Flour for Your Pie Crust

For the past 10 years, Cup4Cup — a company founded by the chef Thomas Keller — has been supplying bakers ...
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An Apron That Gives Thanks

Everything about Thanksgiving prep — from basting the bird and skimming gravy to mashing sweet potatoes — demands an apron ...
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A Cocktail Timesaver for Turkey Day

About the last thing you want to have to fuss with as guests assemble for Thanksgiving dinner is measuring and ...
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You’ll Want to Dig Into These Pumpkins

These cunning little pumpkin bowls from Sur La Table add something new to the Thanksgiving table. Buy just one to ...
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The Buttermilk-Brined Turkey of Your Thanksgiving Dreams

For someone who didn’t grow up celebrating Thanksgiving, I’ve got a lot of strong opinions about turkey.It’s probably because I’ve ...
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The Crunchiest, Creamiest, Tangiest Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are among the most traditional ingredients on the Thanksgiving table, and, when roasted, this unfairly maligned brassica shines ...
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Indians Love Cadbury Chocolate. These Rivals Would Love to Woo Them Away.

In India, few foreign confections have been more eagerly embraced than chocolate — and no brand defines this affinity more ...
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Start a New Tradition With Your Thanksgiving Potatoes

At the holidays, recipes that are simple on their own become more difficult when you try to juggle them all ...
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12 Thanksgiving Desserts Worth Saving Room For

ImageCredit...Andrew Scrivani for The New York TimesA creamy pumpkin pie is a tried-and-true way to end the Thanksgiving meal. You ...
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This Is the Best Poundcake

Good morning. Our CC Allen traveled to Detroit recently to speak with Keith Lee, a son of the restaurateur Otis ...
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In the Arctic, Reindeer Are Sustenance and a Sacred Presence

IN NORTHERN SAMI, a language spoken in the uppermost reaches of Norway, Sweden and Finland, eallu is a herd, or ...
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Indians Love Cadbury Chocolate. New Rivals Would Love to Woo Them Away.

In India, few foreign confections have been more eagerly embraced than chocolate — and no brand defines this affinity more ...
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Enjoy the Holidays Alone

Thanksgiving and the holidays that follow are going to look different for everyone this year, but for those who live ...
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16 Thanksgiving Sides to Make You Forget About the Turkey

Let’s be honest: Turkey’s great, but Thanksgiving is about the sides. Some of us wait all year for stuffing, potatoes ...
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Chairman of Elite Wine Group Resigns Amid Its Sexual Harassment Scandal

The chairman of the Court of Master Sommeliers, Americas, resigned on Friday, after a week of turmoil at the most ...
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You Deserve This Pasta

Hello and welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes. It’s been quite a week. What else can I say? Tell me what ...
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12 Easy Recipes for a Thanksgiving Beginner

ImageCredit...Andrew Scrivani for The New York TimesMelissa Clark’s recipe for simple roast turkey will not steer you wrong. So many ...
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Find Moments of Delight This Weekend.

Welcome. Another weekend is upon us, and those of us lucky enough to have some down time are anticipating unscheduled ...
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The Right Apple Pie for a Pandemic Thanksgiving

For a pandemic Thanksgiving, you need this apple pie, the dessert equivalent of work-from-home sweatpants. It’s the height of comfort, ...
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Holiday Flavors on Ice

You don’t need a psychic to tell you that Thanksgiving will be a smaller gathering this year. So do you ...
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A Sweet, Simple Menu of Thanksgiving Recipes for Two

The whole point of Thanksgiving is to go big: a huge turkey surrounded by a bevy of sides and what’s ...
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How to Scale Down Your Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

Just because you may be cooking Thanksgiving dinner for a smaller group this year doesn’t mean you have to give ...
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Our Food Staff’s 21 Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

Cooking something new for Thanksgiving is always a risk. An uncle might complain. An aunt might forbid it. The recipe ...
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Tony Stempeck, Guardian of a Restaurant’s Legacy, Dies at 63

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here.The ...
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When Wine Is More Than Just a Drink

I’d like to tell you about Taras Ochota, an Australian winemaker who died in October. But first I need to ...
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Good Wines Won’t Fix Thanksgiving, but They Couldn’t Hurt

In this strange and disquieting year, Thanksgiving planning begins with the question of whether to have any sort of gathering ...
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