News NYC chefs help you step up your Thanksgiving side dishes One of the best parts of Thanksgiving is tradition: the turkey, stuffing, gravy and potatoes are reliably on the table every year. But your meal doesn't have to be exactly duplicated from last year's fest. Whether you're hosting or just bringing a dish to dinner, try out a new recipe that may become a family classic. Try these recipes by some of New York City's most celebrated chef's, straight from their home and restaurant kitchens and onto your Thanksgiving table. Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Dishes like Daniel Boulud's swiss chard gratin give your Thanksgiving feast a touch of gourmet Daniel Boulud's Swiss Chard Gratin For a modern riff on creamed spinach, try Daniel Boulud's Swiss Chard Gratin. Sam Davis's Whipped Yams Sam Davis, Chef de Cuisine at Birds & Bubbles shares a sweet side dish recipe. Julia Jaksic's Brussels Sprouts and Bacon Chef Julia Jaksic of West Village eatery and cocktail haven Employees Only shares a family recipe for Thanksgiving. Victor LaPlaca's Stuffed Mushrooms Isola Trattoria & Crudo Bar’s Executive Chef, Victor LaPlaca, shares his mother’s Stuffed Mushrooms recipe. John DeLucie's Biscuits Chef John DeLucie makes these biscuits for guests to munch on at The Lion Chad Brown's Turkey Roulade Executive Chef Chad Brown at NYC’s Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse shares his recipe for turkey roulade, a great compliment to your turkey feast. Ralph Scamardella's Persimmon Bread Persimmon bread by Ralph Scamardella, of the TAO Group, is a family recipe that translates to New York restaurant chic. Chef Michele Mazza's Sausage and Chestnut Stuffing Executive Chef Michele Mazza of Trattoria Il Mulino makes a rustic dish that you'll gobble up alongside your Thanksgiving turkey. Hill Country BBQ's Sweet Potato Bourbon Mash Hill Country BBQ's Sweet Potato Bourbon Mash is a sweet side dish for your feast. Francois Payard's Tarte Tatin Tarte Tatin is Chef Payard's favorite dish for family get togethers, French or American!