Boston Market Offers Delicious (And Easy!) Thanksgiving Options
Put down that apron. Instead, turn to Boston Market for your holiday meal: Pick up, eat in, cater, and personalize your meal to make this your most delicious holiday repast ever
By The LifeMinute Team
November 15, 2016
Forget slaving in the kitchen for hours this Thanksgiving. Instead, turn to one of the most trusted restaurants around: Boston Market. They have "tons of different holiday offerings to help make your holidays a little less stressful so you can enjoy time with your family and friends," says Becky Davis, Director of Culinary at Boston Market.
Easy and Delicious
Expecting guests? "What you see in front of you is a turkey dinner for 12. It starts at $109.99, and with that you get a fully roasted turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, cranberry walnut relish, vineyard dinner rolls and two pies. Simply reheat the items for about 90 minutes and they'll be on your table and ready to serve," says Davis.
Catering? Pick From Tons Of Options
Many people don't know that Boston Market offers catering that starts at $10.29 per person. "You can go online and customize your order. Everything from turkey to ham, mash potatoes and gravy, and our signature Mac and cheese," she says.
Last Minute Pickups
The eatery is also open on Thanksgiving day. "You can come in and get a turkey dinner for $12.99 that has turkey, two side items and a slice of pie or you can also come in and pick up some extra holiday side items in case you have extra, unexpected guests stop by."
Personalize Your Pick Ups
A great holiday tip for side items is picking them up from Boston Market and dressing them up on your own. "One of the things I like to do is pick up my mash potatoes from Boston Market, take them home add some fresh Gouda cheese, chives and roasted garlic to them. This gives my mash potatoes a little bit of an extra flair and my guests something they'll surely enjoy. You can also pick up your pumpkin pies from Boston Market and make them a little bit special by taking them, adding some sugar, and brleing it right before you'd like to serve it. This gives the crust a caramel finish and gives it a little bit of extra sweetness," suggests Davis.
A great way to finish Thanksgiving is with some leftover side items. For example, take your leftover turkey, dinner rolls, and some veggies and make a great turkey and Swiss bread pudding. It's a little bit different and unique but definitely something your whole family will enjoy.
Go to bostonmarket.com to learn about all these recipes as well as read more about our holiday meal offerings.