Thanksgiving Dinner Made Easy!

November 1, 2011 at 5:41 pm Leave a comment

Personalize Your Holiday Menu With Dream Dinners Everyone has their own twist on how to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, but one thing most of us agree on is it must include turkey. If you’re looking for a simpler way to serve a complete holiday dinner, we have the answer. If you all you need is a few things to round out your menu or a potluck dish, we have the answer. Our holiday menu delivers on the value, quality and simplicity you’re looking for.

Holiday Roasted Turkey This spectacular, simple-to-prepare turkey will raise your dinner to an entirely new level of distinction. The bone has been removed, so it’s easy to carve, and by keeping the skin intact, it remains juicy and flavorful. Better yet, easy to prepare and serve doesn’t mean you skimp on quantity. This cut of turkey is the equivalent of a 16 to 20lb whole turkey! Available in the Fast Lane category on our menu.

Holiday Family Favorite Side Dishes – Pick 3 Order the side-dish combination that works best for you! Combine our turkey with a selection of our sides and you’ll serve the ideal dinner, personalized to your family’s tastes, time and budget. We’re offering choices from among 5 side-dish options, including 3 different mashed potato seasonings.

Ordering is easy. 1.First, print a copy of this page and identify the side dishes you want.  2.Second, online today, or during your October session, place an order for the Holiday Family Favorite Side Dishes. 3.One order gives you a choice of 3 items from the list below. (Bring the printed version with you to your November session.)

Green Bean Casserole We think you’ll find this to be a big hit at your holiday table! Young and old alike will enjoy the creaminess of adding Alfredo sauce and Parmesan cheese to these green beans, combined with the surprising crunch of water chestnuts. All this topped off with bread crumbs and sliced almonds to make an overall wonderful Holiday dish!

Mashed Potatoes We think we’ve solved the only problem with mashed potatoes and that is there are never enough! This year we’re providing you with 5 pounds of mashed potatoes and letting you personalize them with your choice of seasoning. •Cheesy Mashed Potatoes •Gorgonzola Mashed Potatoes •Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes The holiday dinner in many parts of the country isn’t complete without sweet potatoes. You’ll find the ease of the already chopped and ready to bake sweet potatoes perfect for this busy time of the year. We offer two seasonal choices. •Brown Sugar and Pecans or Savory Sweet Potatoes

Savory Stuffing You combine the traditional bread, celery, butter and spices with sausage, apples, cranberries and pecans to make this stuffing really something very special. You can add all or just a few of the above ingredients to personalize this recipe for you and your family.

Gravy, Cranberry Sauce and Biscuits This combination will round out your meal, leaving you with time to sit back and enjoy this special time with family and friends. A sparkling bowl of jewel-colored cranberry sauce is a must for the holiday table. (We’ve added a little orange flavor to give it some zest.) We finish with savory gravy and pearl onions, plus 12 home-style flaky biscuits.

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