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.
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@spreadandco is now open in the Rosedale neighborhood in Central Austin, offering an assortment of sweet and savory options for breakfast and lunch, including breakfast items like avocado toast with breakfast radish, a jammy egg, pistachio dukkah on sourdough bread, a homemade “Spamwich” with pork terrine, strawberry jam!
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.