NYC Thanksgiving

By grace.g.yang ยท November 23, 2010
Under: American,Asian,Cupcakes,Desserts,Dinner,My Life

For our third annual NYC Thanksgiving, David and I had another potluck – so much less stressful for me (I had to prepare the turkey, some desserts, gravy, and cranberry sauce) and everyone took care of the rest! Here are some pictures from our party:


Eddie brought green beans:


Blake brought his famous green bean casserole:


Ken made mac and cheese:


Justin made enough sweet potato casserole to feed an army (I ate it all):


Koyel made her amazing mashed potatoes:


I made some mung bean noodles in case there wasn’t enough food:


Eddie also brought creamed spinach:


Jack brought stuffing:


And David and I made the spatchcocked turkey:


Me with our creation:


Everyone before we got into dessert (Ariel and Erika brought pies and cupcakes), board games, and lots of other fun:


Do you host a yearly Friendsgiving party? Have a wonderful break – I’ll be back with more Michelin posts!

Reader Comments

Hi Grace,

Your thanksgiving potluck party looked amazing! We already had our Canadian thanksgiving back in October, so I was hoping to get some new recipes for our upcoming Christmas dinner. Would you be able to get your friend Justin’s Sweet Potato Casserole recipe and post it here?

Thanks, Sandra

Written By Sandra on November 23rd, 2010 @ 12:28 pm

Thank you for sharing your Thanksgiving. I always enjoy reading your blog.

Written By Liz on November 24th, 2010 @ 6:46 pm


My wife Adrian and I also love food and potlucks. If you’re having an event this Thanksgiving, we could bring one of our specialties.

We have been know for a cornbread sausage stuffing, or a parsnip crimini mushroom dish bathed in garlic, or a brussels sprout fig medley.

We are members of the Astoria Multicultural Meetup and also the NYC Creative Circle. You can also find me at at

Let me know if we can share with you,


Written By Tom Pope on September 22nd, 2011 @ 9:45 pm

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