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Thanksgiving Dinner Between Two Pieces Of Bread

Why wait to have your Thanksgiving dinner the day of? You can bite into Thanksgiving between two slices of bread any day of the week, thanks to our city's savvy sandwich makers. Warning: do not operate heavy machinery after downing one of these creations. Food comas likely await. Here are our picks for Thanksgiving-themed sandwiches (and one hot dog!) that give us (the good kind of) heart palpitations.

Everything but the Bird: Tasty Side Dishes for Your Thanksgiving Feast

November brings with it a flurry of holiday traditions as well as a stack of spanking-new cookbooks published by some of the city's best chefs and authors. In this series, we put two and two together and created the ultimate Thanksgiving dinner. The only things you're in charge of are the turkey and the stuffing. Today, we feature a couple of savory sides.

Thanksgiving Parking Tips From Parking Guru, David La Bua

While you're traveling about town this Thanksgiving weekend, know all the ins and outs of holiday parking so you don't get stuck with a nasty ticket on your windshield. David LaBua, author of city parking manual Finding the Sweet Spot, has all the info you'll need.

Secret Recipe: Pickled Cranberries from SPQR

Every week, we ask the city's favorite chefs for the recipes to their most loved cocktails, bar snacks, starters, mains, and desserts. If there's a dish you can't stop thinking about and want to make at home, email lauren@hartlemedia.com. Your wish may end up on the blog, along with the actual recipe from the chef.

Thanksgiving? How (And What) To Drink All Day Long

Paul Einbund is the wine director of the Slanted Door restaurant group including Out the Door Bush Street and Westfield Centre as well as Heaven's Dog. He also runs the beverage program at Frances, and has worked at Coi and more. Look for him here every Tuesday. Follow him on Twitter @pauleinbund.

How could you not love a holiday that is based around dinner?  Here are some of my ideas on what to drink—and what to avoid. 

The No-Fail Guide to San Francisco Thanksgiving Preparedness

This weekend marks the frantic countdown to Turkey Day. To help you in your weekend preparedness errands, here's a collection of our Thanksgiving guides.

Gobble Gobble.

Secret Recipe: Garlicky Mashed Potatoes from Citizen's Band

7x7 asks the city's favorite chefs for the recipes to their most loved cocktails, bar snacks, starters, entrees, and desserts. If there's a dish you can't stop thinking about and want to make at home, email lauren@hartlemedia.com. Your wish may end up on the blog, along with the actual recipe from the chef. Check back every Thursday for a new secret recipe. 

Chef Chris Beerman of Citizen's Band in SoMa cooks up 100 percent Americanaright down to the creamy mashed potatoes spiked with sweet, nutty garlic. They stand up nicely next to his fried chicken and steaks or your upcoming Thanksgiving feast.

The 7 Best Thanksgiving Beers (According to Monk's Kettle Cicerone Sayre Piotrkowski)

Thanksgiving is the best holiday in existence, because pretty much all that's required of you is eating...and drinking. We asked Monk's Kettle cicerone and human beer encyclopedia Sayre Piotrkowski for his picks for the best seasonal brews (all with high-alcohol content! goodbye family awkwardness!) to pair with your turkey feast:

The (SF) Thankgiving Pie Bible

Now that we've provided you with Turkey 101 (you have ordered your bird, right?), it's time for our  Pie Primer. Because, really, when you think about it, if you have a great finale to the meal, your guests will forgive any transgressions that occur before dessert (for some holiday "horror" stories, click here).

Tartine Bakery has a full compliment of holiday pies and breads. Maybe you want a classic pumpkin, an apple nougatine, or a frangipane tart with cranberries and orange zest (all $38)? Yeah, we didn't think you were planning to make that one at home. You can also preorder bread (country, walnut and olive with herbes de provence), cornbread, gougeres and a host of other delights.

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