Yes, it’s Time to Think About Your Thanksgiving Dinner November 11, 2020

by Eat

 And no, we won’t leave you hanging this year.

Look—we’re feeling it, too. Our home has become our home office/home school/home gym, the plants we purchased at the beginning of quarantine are inexplicably wilting, and looking presentable for our Zoom book club after attending Zoom hot yoga and before calling into Zoom game night is honestly too much to handle. Adding the stress of planning a Thanksgiving dinner on top of that? It’s just about enough to make one throw in the (kitchen) towel. 

A recent study conducted by OnePoll showed that over half of Americans think Thanksgiving in 2020 will be twice as stressful due to COVID-19, and out of the 2,000 people surveyed, 52% said they feel they must make this year’s meal absolutely perfect. That’s a lot of unprecedented pressure during unprecedented times. 

Our chefs were hard at work creating a flawless Thanksgiving feast for you and your family when quarantine hit. Because the turkey must go on (and because they had started developing some seriously delicious recipes), they took to their home kitchens and finished creating (2!) ultimate holiday feasts for any circumstance or mood. The result: a tableful of the creamiest mashed potatoes, the savoriest stuffing, the crispiest Brussels sprouts, the sweetest cranberry sauce, a juicy turkey or beef tenderloin at the center—plus dessert, all on your table in under 4 hours. Oh, and did we mention you don’t even have to go to the grocery store? Honestly, that’s a miracle in and of itself, unprecedented times or not. We ship all the ingredients you need straight to your door.

Whether you’re one of the 18% of Americans cooking a Thanksgiving dinner for the very first time, or part of the 61% who feels secondhand stress from watching others cook this meal that comes with a whole lotta expectations—we couldn’t possibly feel you more on that one—we have you covered. 

The Menu:

Roast Cargill Turkey 

Creamy Mashed Potatoes 

Smoky Maple Brussels Sprouts

Ciabatta Stuffing with Chicken Sausage 

Cranberry Sauce 

Jazz Apple Ginger Crisp

OR

Peppercorn-Crusted Beef Tenderloin 

Creamy Mashed Potatoes 

Smoky Maple Brussels Sprouts

Ciabatta Stuffing with Chicken Sausage 

Cranberry Sauce 

Jazz Apple Ginger Crisp

Get it while the gravy’s hot!  Wondering what to do with your leftover Thanksgiving turkey that isn’t 10,000 turkey sandwiches? We’ve got you.

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