Thanksgiving dinner from Garnish & Gather/Provided by Heidi Harris

Buy This: Three things you need for Thanksgiving     

You need dinner, dessert and a beautiful table. We’ve got you covered. 

Thanksgiving dinner from Garnish & Gather 

You want a delicious, locally sourced Thanksgiving dinner? You can do the research and the shopping and the schlepping home, or you can rely on Atlanta favorite Garnish & Gather to provide everything you need with one or more of their easy-to-make dinner kits. One option on this year’s menu is to choose a Pine Street Market turkey kit. Or order the kit for orange-cranberry chutney or for the pumpkin stuffed with French bread and Sweet Grass Dairy tomme. There are 10 kits to choose from including a cocktail kit so you and your guests will enjoy ASW Distillery’s spiced pecan old fashioned. A delicious homemade dinner with local connections? Done. 

$60 to $90 for the turkey kit. Cocktail, sides and dessert kits ranging from $14 to $26. Order by November 21 for delivery the week of Thanksgiving. No Garnish & Gather membership necessary.

Dessert from Doughnut Dollies/Provided by Mia Yakel
Photo: Mia Yakel

Dessert from Doughnut Dollies 

You could make pie. It’s expected. And maybe a little ho-hum. Or you could serve doughnuts as your Thanksgiving dessert. Yes. Doughnuts. Especially when they’re the overwhelmingly creative doughnuts from Anna Gatti’s Doughnut Dollies. This year Gatti and her team of talented doughnut makers have created six flavors that capture the essence of Thanksgiving: Deep Dish Apple Chutney, Sweet Potato Pecan Pie, Cherry Almond Pie, Chocolate Bourbon Pie, French Coconut and Pumpkin Ginger Pie. Order now and sit back knowing you can serve everyone’s favorite flavor without having to bake six pies.  

$18 for the Thanksgiving Pie Box available November 26 through December 1. Orders can be made November 11 through November 30.

The perfect cocktail glass from Riedel

The perfect cocktail glass from Riedel 

Serve your Thanksgiving dinner guests the perfect cocktail in the perfect glass. The Riedel company has been around for over 300 years, and are known to most of us for their wine- and champagne-specific stemware fashioned to bring out the best in each varietal and type. Now they have six new glassware shapes just for cocktails. Choose from neat, rocks, highball, Nick & Nora, sour and fizz. We tried the highball glasses. Tall and slender, these are glasses designed to hold the stack of ice cubes you expect with refreshing highball drinks. The weight of the crystal and the substantial base feel just right in your hand. They’ll be an elegant addition to your collection of barware. 

$29.99 for two glasses. Available at Cook’s Warehouse, 1544 Piedmont Avenue, Atlanta as well as Macy’s at Lenox Square, Cumberland Mall and Greenbriar Mall. Also online at


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