The Creole Smoked Turkey at Broussard’s in New Orleans leads Food Network’s list of the top five Thanksgiving dishes in the nation.

“Chef Neal Swidler brines his turkey for eight hours, then rubs it with a secret Creole seasoning blend before he roasts it for four hours over pecan and oak woods.

It’s served with harticot verts, sauteed with applewood-smoked bacon and shallots, sweet potatoes with ginger and cinnamon, smoked andouille sausage gravy, and a Southern classic: spoonbread,” according to the network’s website.

Others making the list were: Macaroni and Cheese at Cheesetique in Arlington, Virginia; the Pie Buffet at Akasha in Culver City, California; Stuffed and Crisped Potato, Rotisserie Georgette, New York City; and The Pilgrim, Mike’s City Diner, Boston.