Some of the best chefs and eaters gobble up their favorite Thanksgiving dishes from America's most amazing restaurants. There's a lot to be thankful for as they share their unique and mouthwatering family traditions. Take a bite of a Korean-inspired Smoked Turkey Leg with Jet Tila in Georgia, join Tabitha Brown in New York for a family-size "personal" mac and cheese, and share a sour Dutch cranberry pie with a Hoosier twist in Chicago with Duff Goldman.
The best gift this holiday season is a festive feast, with no return receipt needed for chefs and food lovers! Unwrap some dumplings in D.C. with Antonia Lofaso, enjoy chestnuts sauteed on an open fire with Michael Voltaggio in Los Angeles, and join Brooke Willamson as she "lox" in on a special treat in New York City.
Shhhhh … it's a secret, unique dish made just for you! Feel like a regular as chefs and food lovers let you in on can't-miss dishes that aren't found on any menu. Covertly share a special request for salted caramel ice cream with Tabitha Brown in New York, follow John Henson's advice to skip the salad and whisper an order for the special Caesar fries instead in Washington, D.C., and get in line early with Duff Goldman in Los Angeles to snag the hottest and crunchiest bagel in America.
Some dishes are time-tested hits that will never go out of style. Take a trip down memory lane as some of the best chefs and eaters on the scene toast the classics. Warm up with Brooke Williamson's favorite French onion soup in Los Angeles, and in New York City, dive into a bowl of ramen with Jet Tila and join Antonia Lofaso to raise a celebratory glass to the best spicy chicken sandwich the Big Apple has to offer.