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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Supporting players: Where to order your Thanksgiving sides

Posted By on Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 11:36 AM

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Thanksgiving planning thought process:

1. "I'm totally going to host Thanksgiving this year. It's going to rock!"



2. "Wow. That's a lot of cooking. I don't know if I have enough ovens/pans/pots/food processors/counter space."

3. "How does all of this stuff come out hot at the same time? It defies logic!"

4. "I'll just buy the turkey. That will free up my time to focus on the sides."

5. "OMG SO MANY SIDES. There's no way I can pull all of this off."

6. "Eff it. I'll just order the whole thing."

We get it. Here are a few suggestions of where you can order all the goodies that complement the Main Event. After you heat them up, just put them all in ceramic dishes (forget Crate & Barrel and hit up Goodwill for pretty mismatched vintage designs) so it feels more homemade. No one will know the diff.

Swine & Sons — Feast Package — 4 servings of each for $80
Turkey gravy or pork jus
Cranberry mostarda
Cornbread stuffing
Sweet potato gratin
Roasted Brussels sprouts
Marinated beets

The Fresh Market — all sides between $3 to $6 per pound
Turkey gravy
Herb stuffing
Yukon Gold mashed potatoes
Whipped sweet potatoes
Green beans with bacon
Carrot souffle
Cranberry relish
Corn souffle
Sweet potato souffle

Chef Eddie'ssold in either half-pan or full-pan sizes, prices between $20 and $50, half-pan feeds 10
Mac & cheese
Mashed potatoes with gravy
Rice (white or yellow)
Lima beans
String green beans
Candied yams
Au gratin potatoes
Fried corn
Wild rice
Cornbread stuffing
Sweet potato casserole
Collard greens
Muffins (12 count)
Cranberry sauce (1 pint)

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