Your grandmother may have made her stuffing from scratch, her pie from real pumpkins and practically slaughtered her own turkey. You, however, are a sensible woman who appreciates outside help. Here, a few suggestions for where to get your Thanksgiving staples:
Turkeys Eataly lovers, rejoice: The foodie superstore is offering fully prepped heritage turkeys ($5.80 a pound) with cooking instructions upon request. Preorder at the meat counter or e-mail email@example.com.
Sides Stop by City Bakery before November 19 to nab your Thanksgiving basics: stuffing, cranberry sauce, corn bread, etc. Or get creative with meat-pie tourtières ($30) from the former owners of Quebecois diner M. Wells, who are accepting orders now (email firstname.lastname@example.org) for Saturday pickup at the Brooklyn Smorgasburg.
Pies Though we're always fans of 'Wichcraft's Thanksgiving pecan, pumpkin and apple-crumb pies ($26), we're particularly excited about West Village newcomer Doughboy's Thanksgiving pies ($35) and pumpkin-pie cupcakes ($4)--to be ordered by November 21.
Full Meals Take care of the entire evening in one fell swoop with a full spread from Épicerie Boulud ($400 for eight to ten servings; order by November 19). And behold as your holiday stress level hits a refreshing low.