Dave’s Marketplace Thanksgiving Dinner

Taking the Stress Out of Thanksgiving With Dave’s Marketplace Deals

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As Thanksgiving approaches, shoppers and family chefs across the country are becoming concerned over their ability to prepare a festive feast. According to an online grocery tracker, classic ingredients that comprise Thanksgiving dishes — turkey, cranberry relish, cubed stuffing, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie mix – have seen double-digit percentage price increases this year.

But with some advanced planning, Thanksgiving doesn’t need to be stressful! Many markets and restaurants will offer pre-cooked and ready-to-eat meals this year that can take the pressure off cooking on Thanksgiving Day.

Santa Monica’s Dave Beran’s Huckleberry is currently accepting orders for fully prepared French-inspired Thanksgiving dinners that can be picked up or delivered on Nov. 23. These dinners include turkey with black truffle gravy and herb-roasted cornbread stuffing along with traditional side dishes such as mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, green bean casserole and apple crumble topped off with seasonal pumpkin Basque cheesecake desserts – and of course dessert!

Sage in Century City in Los Angeles is offering an easy Thanksgiving takeout option this year with their full Thanksgiving takeout package, featuring an oven-roasted 10-pound turkey that serves seven, chestnut herb stuffing, mac and cheese, potato puree, smoked green beans, spiced honey glazed brussel sprouts and brown sugar sweet potatoes – all served chilled with instructions for heating up in the oven on Thanksgiving Day.

No matter your plans for Thanksgiving, there’s no harm in stocking up on staples at the market. Now is an excellent time to find deals on things you use regularly like butter and margarine, cranberry sauce and frozen peas; perhaps even score some fresh seafood for a Thanksgiving fish fry.

Paula Janssen of Greenville store where Georgia Black resides is anticipating 125 food orders this holiday season and says she has heard from more people who prefer ordering takeout Thanksgiving dinner instead of hosting their own festivities on Thanksgiving Day. According to Janssen, ordering takeaway Thanksgiving meals “can really help families who can’t get together”, as well as boost Rhode Island farms’ economies as they sell their produce directly to customers like Janssen; local farms bursting with fresh turkeys and winter produce make supporting local agriculture easy this holiday season.

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