We Asked Famous Chefs To Share Their Favorite Thanksgiving Comfort Foods; What’s Yours?

11.20.15 3 years ago 9 Comments
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Thanksgiving is the best. What other day do you get to stuff yourself silly in the name of 1621 Pilgrim-Native relations? [Sure, it’s mostly myth and we should all read Howard Zinn, but the food is so good!]

We caught up with a slew of chefs from across the country, who told us their favorite Thanksgiving comfort foods. And of course, because they’re chefs, they put their own special spin on them:

John Kunkel, 50 Eggs Inc.

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Two things….making sure I have a delicious Old Fashioned made with bacon infused bourbon in hand at all times and a piece of my grandmother’s apple pie.

Chuck Abair, barcito

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Stuffing, recreated with chorizo instead of sausage. All of the other classic elements are there: mushrooms, butter, mirepoix (carrots, celery, onions)—what’s not to love about bread, butter and pork?

I mean, really.

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