It’s holiday season and Thanksgiving is right around the corner! If you’re kitchen challenged or just don’t feel like spending several hours cooking up a storm, there are several tasty ways to enjoy your turkey dinner without creating a mess in the kitchen. Here’s a few of the tastiest ways to enjoy Thanksgiving to-go in Austin.
1911 Aldrich St #100 | Colleen’s Kitchen will be offering two options for all-inclusive Thanksgiving dinners to take home. Guests can choose from the Thanksgiving Farmhouse Dinner, which serves 2 to 4 people, or the Thanksgiving Farmhouse Feast, which serves 4 to 6 people. Pumpkin and pecan pie can be added on at an additional cost. Orders can be made online at their website. The Thanksgiving dinners will be available for pick-up on Tuesday, November 26 and Wednesday, November 27. Thanksgiving Farmhouse Dinner – serves 2 to 4 (starts at $80). Thanksgiving Farmhouse Feast – serves 4 to 6 (starts at $145). Photo by Kirsten Kaiser.
1900 Simond Ave #300 | Lady Quackenbush’s Cakery is excited to offer fresh, made-from-scratch baked goods for the holiday season, including pies, dinner rolls, tortes and layer cakes. Holiday pie flavors include: Pumpkin, Blueberry Cobbler, Ginger Peach, Pecan, Strawberry Rhubarb, Chocolate Cream, Apple Rosemary, and more. Full menu of options linked below. Pre-orders can be placed in-person at their shops or by calling the bakery at 512-453-3399, and the last day to place an order is Friday, November 22.. Pre-ordered pies will be ready to pick up on Tuesday, November 26 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Wednesday, November 27 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
1601 W. 38th St., Unit 1 | Spread & Co’s Options include their original cheese and charcuterie boards with fall-themed items such as house made spiced apple butter, in addition to Thanksgiving Grab N’ Go bags, which come with everything needed to put together a board at home including cheese, charcuterie, mustard, jam, nuts, pickles, olives and crackers. These Grab N’ Go bags are available in either a small size for $70 that can feed 8-10+ or a large size for $150 that can feed 20-25. They will also be offering two selection of pies (Brown Butter Bourbon Pecan and Buttermilk Chess) available for pre-order for $30 each. Ordering is done through their website HERE.
Walton’s continues their tradition of offering delicious Thanksgiving dishes including Thyme-rubbed airline turkey breast with turkey gravy for $50. Sides include horseradish and Garlic Mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes ($25), Green beans Almandine (serves 10) $20, Grilled Sweet Potatoes with maple glaze, spicy pepitas and crumbled goat cheese (serves 10) $22, traditional Cornbread Stuffing (serves 10) $18, Wild Mushroom & Sage Gravy (32oz) $20 and cranberry sauce (16oz) $15. Desserts include their famous seasonal pies for $25, Spice Bundt Cake with maple cream cheese icing for $19 and Vanilla Cheesecake with a cherry topping for $19. Pick up orders November 18-27; closing at 3pm Thanksgiving Eve., closed Thanksgiving Day. Photo by Megan LaPrelle.
All customers can choose from select organic ($3.49/lb) and classic turkeys ($2.49/lb), and Prime members will save even more on turkeys ($2.99/lb for organic and $1.99/lb for classic). Offer runs from Nov. 13 through Nov. 28 – while supplies last. Starting on Nov. 13 (yesterday), Prime members will receive exclusive deals on organic jewel sweet potatoes ($1.29/lb), organic cranberries ($2.69/12-oz bag), and Bonafide frozen broths and soups (35% off). All turkeys sold at Whole Foods Market must meet their strict quality standards, including no antibiotics ever, no animal by-products in their feed, and animal welfare audits by third-party certifier programs like Global Animal Partnership.