Thanksgiving is definitely the holiday for foodies.
It's prime time to cook, photograph, compare, and drool. And the internet is great for sharing and seeing what everyone's cooking. One of my favorite past times, started over the past week, has been to browse early Thanksgiving feasts until my stomach growls. The best of the best? The McSweeney's staff Thanksgiving and the New York Times Vegetarian Thanksgiving
spreads.McSweeney's Internet Tendency Thanksgiving
was made using recipes from their very own Lucky Peach
, a quarterly food journal. Most of the recipes feature decadent twists on traditional dishes.
For example, the Momofuku inspired Chinese Turkey.
And the cornbread stuffing.
On a more vegetarian friendly side, the New York Times offers amazing looking vegetarian options. Case in point? Warm brussels sprout salad with smoked feta and candied pecans.
And of course, this squash, caramelized onions, and spinach lasagne.
The best part? These are posted early enough so that you can plan your own Thanksgiving feast! And recipes are included if you visit here
.Where else on the internet have you seen drool-worthy Thanksgiving feasts?image source (mcsweeney's, credit Alanna Hale), image source (NYT)