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Felidia Hosts an Italian-American Thanksgiving Feast; Bien Cuit Is Working on a Cookbook

Nine layers of sweet Thanksgiving ice cream cake from Ample Hills; Lunch specials at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, and more

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MIDTOWN EAST — Lidia Bastianich’s Felidia is hosting a family-style Thanksgiving meal with dishes like pumpkin ravioli in a sage butter sauce, and turkey breast saltimbocca. The four course prix fixe meal costs $105 per person with wine pairings costing an additional $75. There's also the option to top the meal with truffles for a $45 supplement. [EaterWire]

COBBLE HILL — Bien Cuit’s co-owner Zachary Golper is currently working on a cookbook with Peter Kaminsky. The book, which will be published under Phaidon subset Regan Art, will feature advanced level baking techniques such as grain blending geared towards the home baker. The recipe collection should hit shelves for holiday season 2015. [EaterWire]

GOWANUS — Ample Hills Creamery is offering a nine-layered Thanksgiving cake. The layers are thus: brownie, hot fudge, graham cracker crumbs, Nonna D’s oatmeal lace ice cream, caramel, pumpkin cheesecake ice cream, whipped cream A six-inch cake runs about $45, while a nine-inch costs $65. Both can be ordered here. [Twitter]

BUSHWICK — Phumpling Co., which specializing in pho filled soup dumpling, will make its debut at Shwick, Bushwick’s new market this Saturday. The phumplings come topped with basil, Sriracha, and hoisin sauce. [EaterWire]

MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS — The original Dinosaur Bar-B-Que will be offering a hard hat lunch specials starting November 17. The lunches will feature rotating special comfort favorites such as deep fried burger sliders and sloppy joe's for $10 or less. Additionally, December 1 will start the four day long Kill-A-Keg festival from 7 to 10 p.m., where pints will cost $2.50. There will also be live music. [EaterWire]

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