With Thanksgiving right around the corner, now is the time to place your order for locally raised turkeys, handcrafted side dishes, artisan pies, and more!

Here's your guide to what's fresh and available:

Stop by NourishMe to reserve a non-GMO, antibiotic-free turkey from Vogel Farms in Kuna by November 14. Sign up in store - 151 Main St. Ketchum - or via email.

Local pasture-raised turkeys are now available through Kraay's Market & Garden but are likely to sell out - so get your order in soon! For Thanksgiving sides, salads, breakfast options, dressings, and more, email Sherry. Orders due by November 20 and offerings will not be listed online.

Rasberrys' holiday catering menu includes local organic turkey and sides made with local ingredients. Email, call 208.726.0606 or stop in to order before November 15.

Piedaho is taking online orders for Thanksgiving pies including Salted Caramel Apple, Strawberry Vanilla, Blackberry with a Thyme Crust and, for local delivery only, Pumpkin Cream with Candied Pecans, a farmers' market favorite! Orders must be in by November 20 at noon for November 26 delivery. Piedaho offers free delivery in the Wood River Valley and ships nationwide.

CK's Real Food
Pumpkin and pecan pies, cranberry pear chutney, gravy, and other Thanksgiving day fare will be available through CK's Pantry November 21 through November 25. Keep an eye on CK's Instagram and Facebook pages for holiday specials and news! CK's also is taking reservations for its four-course Thanksgiving dinner - call 208.788.1223 to reserve your table.

Café Della
Join the Friendsgiving festivities on Saturday November 23 for a family-style meal, drinks, and merriment. $35/person, reservations required. Call 208.913.0263, email, or stop by to book. Order a pie from Cafe Della's kitchen, baked with local ingredients, before November 23 for pickup on November 27.

Cooking at home?
Make one of these Thanksgiving squash recipes or classic mashers with winter squash or potatoes from Agrarian Harvest (available through Kraay's); this sourdough stuffing with Hangar Bread (available at their new retail location in Hailey); and homemade pie with fresh local pumpkin puree.

Stacy Whitman

Stacy Whitman co-founded Local Food Alliance in 2014 out of a desire to improve community food and health.