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Bronxville Life & Style: 2019 Special Thanksgiving Edition PDF Print Email

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By Karen Talbot

Nov. 8, 2019:  Thanksgiving is a time when we get together and share a wonderful meal with family and friends.  Now is a great time to start planning.  You can make your meal extra special with something delicious from Nutmeg or Ladle of Love. Or you can enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving meal at Underhills Crossing. 

Below are some ideas to help make your day special.
 

64 Main Street. Tuckahoe 

914-779-1328

www.thenutmegcafe.com

Instagram: thenutmegcafeny

Nutmeg, readily convenient on Main Street in Tuckahoe, has been serving delicious scones, muffins, tea and shortbreads, pies, cakes, cookies, and a host of savory items for the past three years. Cindy Bothwell and her partner, Noel Dent, started selling their goodies at the Bronxville Farmer's Market seven years ago from May to November under the name of "What's For Dessert."  They changed the name to "Nutmeg" because they carry other items than dessert.  Come into their cheery store, grab a goodie, and enjoy a cup of really good coffee or tea.
 

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For Thanksgiving, they will be offering Special Orders on their famous pies.  You can choose from Apple, Apple Crumb, Pumpkin, Chocolate Bourbon Pecan, Key Lime, Chocolate Ganache with Salted Oat (GF & V), seasonal Fruit Crostata and a gluten-free Apple Crumb and Pumpkin.  All pies are 9" in size and will sell for $25.  
 
All of these special pie orders must be received by the store no later than Fri. Nov. 22, and they can be picked up on Wed. Nov. 27, the day before Thanksgiving. 

They have also added Bacon Onion Gruyere or gluten-free Spaghetti Squash crust quiche with spinach and feta.
 
Another very popular item is their Shortbreads in the shape of small stars in delectable flavors:  Cheese, Mexican Chocolate, Orange and Toasted Coconut, Cappuccino, Lemon, Rosemary and Olive Oil, Parmesan and Cracked Pepper, Nutmeg and Maple Bacon, Pumpkin, and Pecan Walnut for $6.50 a box.  These make a great gift, or you can serve them as an hors d'oeuvre before Thanksgiving dinner.
 
Nutmeg provides their food items to local caterers and restaurants.  The store is open Mon. through Fri. from 7 am to 7 pm;  Sat. from 9 am to  and Sun. from 9 am to 3 pm.

18 Palmer Avenue, Bronxville

914.346-8883  CLOAKING

www.ladleoflove.com

In February of 2020, Ladle of Love will have been in the village of Bronxville for three years, dishing out the village's favorite soups, sandwiches, salads, wraps, hand crafted meals, and rotating daily specials.

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For Thanksgiving, their iconic menu offers a variety of delicious (and healthful!) dishes for families of all sizes, which can be picked up at The Bronxville Shop or delivered right to your door! Among this year's stellar signatures:  
 
Award Winning Soup, Harvest Celebration; a delightful concoction of creamy butternut squash, sweet potatoes, carrots, apples, and maple syrup (gluten free and vegetarian).
 
Truffle Cauliflower Soup made with shallots, vegetable stock, and a touch of cream and butter (gluten free and vegetarian).
 
Roasted Sliced Turkey Breast, (un)Creamed Autumn Greens, The Stuff(ing) of Life, Sauvignon Blanc Gravy, Cranberry-Orange Sauce made with orange juice and grand marnier (gluten free and vegan).
 
In addition to the a la Carte menu, A Family Feast ($375, serves 6) includes a soup, main dish, and six sides.

 
Pickup and delivery orders can be placed over the phone or via email,
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74.5 Pondfield Road, Bronxville

914-337-1200

underhillscrossing.com

Underhills Crossing Restaurant celebrates Thanksgiving 2019 by bringing the very best farm-to-table offerings to you in our Culinary Team's prix-fixe, three-course menu.  Choices range from traditional holiday fare, Underhills Crossing style, to the not-so-traditional Thanksgiving menu selections.   Dinner will be served 12 noon -9 pm Thanksgiving Day.  Reservations are a must.  A young adults' menu for ages 12 and under will be offered for our younger guests.
 
We are happy to have your family's personal turkey, with all the trimmings, waiting for you at your Underhills Crossing table or ready for your dining room table. Let us know the size of your party in advance, and your turkey and family-style meal awaits wherever you gather to give thanks.
 
Underhills Crossing Restaurant will be giving thanks all holiday weekend with a weekend of music Thanksgiving Eve, Friday and Saturday.  As a special treat, Rick McDonald, New York City's renowned speakeasy pianist, will be joining us on Friday, November 29th for a special guest performance.
 
Kick off the holiday shopping season with a pampering Black Friday brunch from 11:30-3pm the day after Thanksgiving before the busy pace of the season begins.

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The Underhills Crossing wreath will be lit on Saturday, November 30th welcoming the holiday season. 

complimentary toast of eggnog awaits, as it does throughout the holiday season.

We look forward to toasting you!
 

 


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