Canadians have already celebrated Thanksgiving, but their southern neighbors in the U.S. are just beginning to gear up for the November 27 holiday feast.
Many cooks are planning to take on the task of cooking Thanksgiving dinner on their own this year; of these, there are surely a number of domestic divas that are quick to acknowledge that they are not the chefs their parents and grandparents are. Rather than letting your stress fester over the next week and a half, Luxist has amassed a number of ways you can order an entire gourmet Thanksgiving dinner online for delivery.
Yes, just like pizza or Chinese food, but rather than a measly meal that arrives cold, these gourmet selections feature gourmet entrees, sides and even dessert to feed 4-20 (or more) guests. And you’re not just stuck with turkey and a few wilted green beans, either. There’s turducken, Cajun-style turkey and even honey baked ham from noted epicurean institutions like Dean & Deluca. On the side, there’s macaroni and cheese, Creole sausage, cranberry sauce, stuffing, biscuits and vegetables.
Ordering your Thanksgiving feast online means no stress, no slaving in the kitchen all week and more time to spend with your family. And isn’t that what the holidays are all about anyway?
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