Thanksgiving dinner can be a daunting task for anyone, but it's especially intimidating in your average New York City apartment. With diminutive stoves, limited fridge space, and no dedicated dining area, many urbanites may shy away from the prospect of hosting altogether. Here, the city's best chefs and small-space experts share their tips for throwing a successful (and delicious) feast, even in the tiniest of cribs.
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Listen, a bagel a day does keep the doctor away — and don't let anyone tell you differently. Everything about the chewy, round halos of glutenous heaven