Thanksgiving with NYT Food Editor Sam Sifton

Thanksgiving with NYT Food Editor Sam Sifton

Top of Mind with Julie Rose - Radio Archive, Episode 430 , Segment 5

Episode: Tribal Resilience, Thanksgiving Tips, NYT Food's Sam Sifton

  • Nov 23, 2016 10:00 pm
  • 25:23 mins

Guest: Sam Sifton, Food Editor, New York Times The traditional Thanksgiving dinner includes turkey, stuffing, potatoes and cranberries. But in this nation of immigrants, there are bound to be some cultural additions to the spread.  New York Times food editor, Sam Sifton, curated a fascinating look at what’s on the table of 15 families this holiday and there are lots of touches that reveal our immigrant roots as a nation. Sifton’s also been taking questions from our listeners. He’s the man for the job, given that he literally wrote a book called, “Thanksgiving: How to Cook It Well.”

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