Still have leftover turkey in the fridge? How about turkey curry?
A lighter, more flavorful version of traditional sweet potato pie.
How’s this for an easy Thanksgiving dessert? (Use apples or pears instead of berries.)
Busy week: the Times put together a fun complilation of old Minimalist videos all related to Thanksgiving. Tara Parker-Pope (thank you) wrote a Well column about The Food Matters Cookbook, and included some sustainable Thanksgiving dishes; interviews with me appeared on the Parents website and Bygone Bureau (watch for good things by Darryl Campbell), and I did apple turnovers on Today. (Best line: Lauer: “This is kind of labor intensive.” Bittman: “We’ve been working for all of 90 seconds.”)
Thanksgiving vegetable side dishes, no cooking required.
Profiteroles are not nearly as hard to make as you might think, and they’re pretty fun too.
No potatoes. No dough-rolling. No-sweat gnocchi.