From Molokai sweet potato pie to Portuguese sausage and pineapple stuffing, these chef tested and guest approved recipes will take you on a culinary journey around the globe.
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Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa
The world is in a constant state of flux these days, and with Thanksgiving right around the corner, and public health experts strongly cautioning against traveling right now, many of us are rethinking how (and where) we’re going to celebrate one of our country’s most time honored holidays.
Much like cooking, sometimes you need to improvise, and this year is no exception.
In lieu of typical Thanksgiving buffets and brunches of years past, hotels around the country have been rising to the occasion. Offering everything from Thanksgiving in the privacy of your own hotel room to takeout menus and entire Thanksgiving To Go packages, celebrating with great food in a safe and socially distanced way is very much possible, even if the concept of being socially distant is sort of counterintuitive to the whole idea of gathering around the table to share a meal for Thanksgiving.
So we improvise. And the holiday season might be a scaled back version of its former self. That doesn’t mean you can’t infuse some new traditions and recipes into the mix.