For most of us, Thanksgiving is a time for tradition. But even the most beloved of traditions can do with a change now and then. We went into our archives to find some of our favorite reinterpretations of classic Thanksgiving food—actual classics, with origins that could date back to the first Thanksgiving. And how better to prepare these modern twists on historic dishes than in a gorgeous modern kitchens? We worked with our friends at Airbnb, who combed through their database to find the best kitchens to rent this Thanksgiving. And if you’re already set for Thursday, it’s never too early to start preparing for Thanksgiving 2017.
The Dish: Slow-Baked Nuts with Herbs
These assorted nuts are tossed with sage and rosemary and then baked low and slow, which makes them the crispiest nuts ever. They’re excellent on the Thanksgiving table because they can easily be made a few days ahead and kept in an airtight container at room temperature.
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The Rental: A gorgeous rowhouse in Washington D.C.