I have always been quite impressed with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. It is amazing how so many people come together to see the floats and entertainment. If you are interested in joining the crowd, visit this link to the parade route map and the best locations to watch. I often think of running into the city with the girls to watch the balloon blow up on Thanksgiving Eve, but tend to get put off by the cold weather. Maybe next year…
Are you looking for something a little different for Thanksgiving? Our friend, Chef Anthony Pino, suggests using a classic Italian dish with a festive makeover. Try his Turkey Porchetta recipe with cauliflower au gratin; your guests will love it!
It you want to take a year off from preparing this year’s Thanksgiving feast, Chef Pino’s restaurant, Anthony David’s, can prepare your turkey and all the trimmings. Sounds like a fabulous idea.
It’s fun to go into the city and see a show this time of year, and we have plans to watch several over the next few weeks. We are all lucky to live so close to New York City. Here is a list of shows playing on Broadway– get there early, grab a hot chocolate and enjoy New York City dressed up for the holiday.