Guild Hall is presenting a special holiday edition of its Stirring the Pot series at the new Sag Harbor location of Carissa's Bakery on Saturday.
Florence Fabricant, a New York Times food and wine writer, will interview Carissa Waechter, the bakery and eatery's co-founder and pastry chef, and one of her other bakers as they make a Thanksgiving pie. Those attending will be able to taste the outcome. They will also be entered into a drawing to win a pie and receive a Thanksgiving-themed gift from Citarella.
The cost is $100, or $75 for members. Tickets can be purchased on the Guild Hall website with a $7 service fee.
The bakery is also taking orders for holiday sides and desserts online via Toast for pickup at its Sag Harbor or Pantigo Road locations. Cranberry chutney, mushroom and creamy cauliflower soups, pork sausage or vegetable stuffing, smashed potatoes, roasted brussels sprouts, and market salad are the choices for sides. And in case you were wondering about its dessert, the bakery has apple pie, apple cider cheesecake pie, pumpkin and squash pie, cranberry and mixed berry meringue pie, flourless chocolate cake, and sorbets and gelatos.