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November 29, 2004
Loaves for Leftovers

Just like the big day itself, the perfect post-Thanksgiving turkey sandwich requires careful planning: If you want to do that leftover free-range organic bird justice, start with great bread from one of these bakeries.

November 29, 2004
Charge, Then Recharge

Even the staunchest shopper can use a little pick-me-up on the busiest retail day of the year.

November 22, 2004
Pie Time

No matter how dry the turkey, how lumpy the gravy, or how horribly wrong those mini-marshmallows are with sweet potatoes, a good pie can remedy any Thanksgiving disaster. Here are nine of the best, whipped cream not included.

November 22, 2004
Holiday Helpers

There’s no shame in going out for Thanksgiving dinner this year—even Martha Stewart is taking the day off, after all. All you need to do is decide how much you want to spend.

November 22, 2004
Nouveau Niche

As every oenophile knows, Beaujolais Nouveau is less a serious wine than an excuse for a party. When the new shipment arrives, these places plan to whoop it up, French style, on November 18.

November 15, 2004
Relax, Eat

A menu of holiday-entertaining ideas sure to make the season more pleasant.

November 15, 2004
Dinner and a Show

Cooking-themed theater productions are all the rage, but nothing compares to the drama of a bustling open kitchen at a real restaurant. Plus, you get to eat the props.

November 8, 2004
Tupperware Turkey

This year’s Thanksgiving dinner at Craft is a good reason to TiVo the Lions and the Cowboys come November 25.

November 8, 2004
Outside In

Glass walls, tents, heaters—these restaurants have figured out how to winterize their gardens and maximize their seating capacity.

November 1, 2004
Skewered Samples

Today’s chefs are sticking it to all sorts of fancy foods, from gingko nuts to Kobe beef.

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