Thanksgiving Approaches: Feed Yourself and Help Others Eat
America’s annual celebration of gastronomic indulgences is quickly approaching. If your holiday traditions don’t tend toward the homemade, our neighborhood has lots of treats to offer. Here are a few that have crossed our inbox (see individual website links for details). We’d love to hear some others; send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to share them.
- Knishery NYC is baking special pumpkin knishes available for pre-order until Nov. 18. They are savory and spicy, but not sweet, and available for pickup or delivery.
- Little Muenster, the new “super-fancy grilled cheese” place on Stanton Street, is offering a Thanksgiving-themed sandwich featuring fontina cheese, sweet potato puree and Cornish game hen.
- Clinton Street Baking Co. is selling some holiday meal trimmings to go. Pre-order a pie (pumpkin, maple bourbon pecan and organic apple crumb), biscuits and cornbread by Nov. 22 for pickup at the restaurant.
Also, Thanksgiving is a great time to pitch in to help those less fortunate. The Bowery Mission will get a boost from Ellabess, in the Nolitan Hotel, which is collecting food and supplies for the mission’s Thanksgiving celebration from now through Nov. 20. They are seeking canned and frozen veggies, turkeys and pies, as well as personal items such as toiletries and outerwear (new items only). Drop off is from 7 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.; donors receive a voucher for a complimentary snack at the restaurant.