Ray Venezia, master butcher and Fairway Market meat consultant, shows how to carve a turkey.
Some of our international journalists have gone to great lengths trying to bring a taste of home to their new locations. But it hasn’t always worked out.
Speculation had swirled in recent days that the president might make incendiary news by pardoning humans, but Corn and Cob got the honors at the annual White House ceremony.
He preferred the parts of the job that combined pomp, splendor and a world amenable to his decisions. In other words, he always seemed to genuinely enjoy pardoning turkeys.
For decades, a couple have been the unofficial parents for many Black students at Notre Dame. This year, that family is scattered, reflecting on the year’s crises.
My father brought the brutality of the slaughterhouse to the table with him. I had to find other role models to become a different kind of man.
It’s a year for getting through the winter as well as we can, for thinking about how to help those who are bearing the greatest burdens, and for waiting hopefully for better times.
Perfectly suited for an intimate celebration, these dishes deliver deliciousness without leaving too much leftover.
This small-scale feast packs in the classics with less clean up and no stress.
After 81 years — and in the midst of a pandemic — Hemlock Hill Farm in New York is finally hitting its stride.
For environmental advocates, it includes small measures like reusing ingredients, and broader efforts like rethinking our relationship to the holiday.
Every November, people ask Samin Nosrat if her beloved roast chicken recipe works with turkey. She decided to find out.
We have every recipe you need to cook a wonderful Thanksgiving meal.
Without big gatherings, will Americans buy whole birds? Smaller ones? Just parts? Farmers and retailers are already placing their bets.
A common myth suggests that the tryptophan in turkey will make you drowsy, but that’s not why you might be ready for bed after Thanksgiving dinner.