How Our Favorite Chefs Are Getting Ready for Thanksgiving

We're jealous of Ina Garten's table

Thanksgiving is around the corner which means it's officially Time to Celebrate. All month long we're bringing you recipes, tips, tricks and stories that are equal parts memorable and delicious.

For many chefs, working on Thanksgiving is almost a given, but some manage to sneak out of their whites and ditch their industrial restaurant kitchens for home kitchens.

Here's what chefs like Mario Batali, Curtis Stone and entertainment queen Ina Garten are up to.

Batali seems to have his salumi for the holiday meal on lock.

Naturally, Garten's table looks charming.

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Alex Guarnaschelli has an extra kitchen helper this season.

Andrew Carmellini and 29 other chefs spent the morning sharing cooking tips and dining al fresco meal in Rockefeller Center.

Rachael Ray has a creative way of presenting pasta at the holiday table.

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At Katz's Deli, turkey finally gets its day in the sun.

City Harvest is helping make Thanksgiving possible for thousands of New Yorkers in need.

In Philly, Marc Vetri is celebrating the holiday with a potluck family meal.

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Christina Tosi at Milk Bar has the same idea.