SOUTH FORK & SPOON AND ANGO OFFER THANKSGIVING DELIVERY

South Fork & Spoon food concierge service has partnered with farm-to-fork caterer, Ango, to make Thanksgiving as seamless as ever – providing a meal that’s local, organic, and delivered right to your front door (in casserole dishes, never aluminum!). South Fork & Spoon will set the table, place flowers around the home, select the wine & alcohol, and drop off an incredible farm-to–fork menu created by Ango. Let South Fork & Spoon take all of the stress and planning out of your Thanksgiving dinner, so you can enjoy friends & family without any distractions. 

Featuring local vendors such as The Green Thumb, the menu includes a delicious traditions like a read-to-roast Turkey and Stuffing, along with updated favorites that are sure to please like Sweet Potato Gnocchi, Cauliflower Gratin, Sour Cream & Scallion Scones, and MORE! The all-natural 15lb Turkey (larger available), is brined for 48 hours guaranteeing a juicy, stress-free and perfectly seasoned feast (we even include a chef’s thermometer). 

Also offering hors d’oeuvres platters, Ango + South Fork & Spoon have you covered from the moment you wake up and turn the oven on.  Kick the day off with the Feast + Football platter which has an assortment of classic bites; pigs-in-a-blanket, mini Shepard pies, deviled eggs and house-made soft pretzels with a cheese dipping sauce perfect for the young-ones and glued-to-the-tv type.  Or start your morning off the way Lexi Stolz (South Fork & Spoon) and Louisa Young (Ango, NYC) do with Bulgarian Ostera Caviar, Smoked Salmon, belinis and bagels crisps all part of the Caviar Board. 

Pricing starts at $130 for the Turkey and $55 up for the sides. They can deliver November 25th, 26th or 27th, Southampton to East Hampton (inquire for Montauk for additional delivery fee). 

You can read more about the amazing Thanksgiving delivery options here: http://www.southforkandspoon.com/#!the-aristocrat/c1h05

Also, enjoy the below recipe from South Fork & Spoon and Ango. You can’t go wrong with a vegan Stuffed Acorn Squash using healthy & delicious ingredients like Grapeseed oil, wild rice, kale and more! 

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Stuffed Acorn Squash from South Fork & Spoon + Ango 

Yields:  8 servings

Ingredients

4 Acorn Squash, ideally 1-2 lbs each, halved lengthwise and seeds removed

5 teaspoons or more to taste, Salt

2 teaspoons, Ground Black Pepper

2 cups wild rice

3 oz Grapeseed oil

1 teaspoons fresh ground pepper

1 Tablespoons minced garlic

2 cups thinly sliced shiitake mushrooms (stems removed)

4 cups cleaned and rough chopped kale

2 Tablespoons toasted sesame seeds

2 Tablespoons chiffonade ( cut like ribbons) mint leaves 

Equipment

  • Medium sized pot
  • Fine meshed strainer
  • Baking sheet
  • Pepper mill
  • Sauté pan
  • Spatula
  • Large Bowl

Directions

1)     Pre heat the oven to 475

2)      In fine meshed strainer, place rice and run under cold water until clean.

3)     In medium sized pot, add rice + 2 t of salt + 4 cups of cold water. Cover the pot with a lid and bring to a boil on high heat.  Once boiling, reduce heat until rice is simmering.  Simmer for 30-45 minutes or until the rice has absorbed the water and is cooked.  (Note: rice can be cooked up to two days in advance)

4)     On baking sheet, place squash flesh side up and rub with 1 oz  grapeseed oil + 2 t of salt + fresh ground pepper.   Place in the oven and bake for 25-30 minutes or until tender.  Use a fork to test for tenderness.

5)     In a separate sauté pan heat 1 oz grapeseed oil on medium-high heat.  Add shiitake mushrooms + garlic + 1Ž2 t of salt and sauté until mushrooms are cooked but not browned.  Remove from heat and place in large bowl.

6)     In the same sauté pan used for the mushrooms, heat 1 oz of grapeseed oil on medium-high heat. Add kale + 1Ž2 t of salt and cook quickly using tongs or a spatula.  Keep the kale moving so it doesn’t brown.  Once wilted, remove and place in bowl with shiitake mushrooms.

7)     In bowl, add cooked wild rice + sesame seeds and mix together.

8)     Taste rice mixture and season accordingly

9)     Fill the cooked squash halves with the rice mixture. Garnish with mint

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