Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving To-Go by Amy Pham

 There’s nothing more exciting to us than the feast that commences for Thanksgiving – and of course, the leftovers.

However, if the idea of cooking a whole meal from a roasted turkey to a selection of pies seems daunting, we have a Plan B. These Austin restaurants and grocery stores are ready and willing to provide you with a Thanksgiving dinner with no-mess and no-stress.


PLACES TO EAT
: If you’re looking to dine out, these restaurants that will be open Thanksgiving Day.

At the Table with Andrew Wiseheart, Kyle McKinney & the Gilmores


Image Courtesy of Food Gal

It’s that time of year when we’re dusting the flour off our aprons and rolling up our sleeves in the kitchen. Thanksgiving is nearly upon us, which usually means a flurry of activity—the yams! The rolls! That mind-boggling twelve pounds of bird! But this year, some of Austin’s finest chefs are lending home cooks a hand and sharing tried and true recipes from around their family table. We’ve rounded up some sumptuous recipes from Chefs Andrew Wiseheart (Contigo), Jack Gilmore (Jack Allen’s Kitchen), Bryce Gilmore (Barley Swine) and Kyle McKinney (Barley Swine). This will be one Thanksgiving you won’t forget.

Thanksgiving DIY Roundup + Renegade Craft Fair by Margo Sivin

Take a quick break from preparing for your Thanksgiving feast and make some pretty things for your table! 

(left to right, top to bottom) 
Twig Candle Holder from Fossil
Painterly Party Cups from Design*Sponge 
Botanical Stencil Tableware from Design*Sponge
Cardboard Gourd Place Setting from Design*Sponge
Crepe Paper Flowers by Martha Stewart 

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