All Thanksgiving dinners will be specifically prepared and cooked at the time you will request and can be picked up at Elijah's Restaurant, located at 7061 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego, CA 92111. Delivery can be arranged for an extra charge.
All the food is served in aluminum containers so it will be easy for you to keep it hot or warm it up if needed. All it takes afterwards is to take thanksgiving turkey out of the pan and serve to your guests. Don't forget that all the turkey dinners include cranberry sauce and turkey gravy. A great alternative to the thanksgiving turkey can be our tender beef brisket or ham. With the wide selection of side dishes and our homemade pies you can be sure to satisfy all your guests and make this holiday day a really unforgettable experience. Please place your order ahead of time (at least 48 hour notice). Don't forget that this year Thanksgiving day is on Thursday, November 24th. Elijah's Restaurant wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving!
You have until Friday, November 18 to order your Thanksgiving feast from Blanco BBQ. The Holiday Blanco Feast serves 15 people and includes a turkey between 18 and 20 pounds, a quart of giblet gravy, and a number of iconic sides like corn bread dressing, mashed potatoes, dinner rolls, cranberry sauce, mac n' cheese or cream corn, and green beans or green bean casserole.
A la carte options for meat and sides are also available for purchase, including whole or sliced smoked turkey, as well as sides, desserts, and tea by the gallon. Available desserts include pecan and pumpkin pie, peach cobbler, and cherry crumble. Orders may be picked up hot or cold, and must be picked up at your scheduled time on November 23.
B Daddy's BBQ in Helotes is taking Thanksgiving orders until Wednesday, November 16. You can order just the meat with whole smoked turkeys, smoked turkey breast, and smoked brisket. You can also make your order a whole meal with green beans, cornbread dressing, mashed potatoes, and brown gravy. Meals can be picked up on Thanksgiving Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
You have until Tuesday, November 15 to snag a Thanksgiving meal from Max & Louie's. The complete feast feeds 8 to 10 people and includes either a whole turkey or sliced breasts, with a cream of asparagus soup to start, with challah bread stuffing, homemade mashed potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce and dinner rolls. You will have the option of either and apple pie or pumpkin cheesecake. There are also options to add other sides and desserts a la carte.
San Antonians have until November 21 to place orders for a complete holiday meal that will include either a fresh roasted sliced turkey or a maple orange glazed ham, homemade corn stuffing, gluten free creamed gravy, homestyle mashed potatoes, fresh candied yams, green been casserole, cranberry sauce, soft rolls, and the choice of either a pumpkin crumble or a buttermilk pecan pie.
For gatherings of six or more, Pedrotti's Ranch has a meal deal that includes smoked turkey breast, barbecue brisket, mashed potatoes with gravy, cornbread dressing, green beans, barbecue sauce, and fixings like rolls, pickles, onions, and jalapenos. A la carte brisket, turkey, mac n' cheese, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, and cornbread dressing with gravy are available.
Smokey Mo's offers San Antonians either just the turkey or a whole feast for the family that feeds eight to 10 people. The whole meal includes the smoked turkey, cornbread dressing, sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, and a pumpkin pie.
Two Bro BBQ Market has a meal deal that feeds 10 to 12 people that includes a barbecue spiced smoked turkey, roasted garlic, and thyme bread stuffing, mixed field greens salad, roasted fingerling potatoes, turkey gravy, sour orange cranberry jam, and King's Hawaiian rolls. You can also buy just the turkey or add additional family-style sides like barbecue beans, creamy cole slaw, classic potato salads, mac n' cheese, banana pudding, pecan pie, and fruit cobbler.
There are two meal options for small celebrations that feed four. They include a honey cured spiral ham or oven roasted turkey breast. Both meals come with mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, turkey gravy and cranberry sauce. There is also a holiday meal option that feeds eight people that includes a whole oven roasted turkey with the same sides as the meals for four.
Cracker Barrel has a number of meal and dessert options ready to order. Meals for four to six people include oven-roasted turkey breast, cornbread dressing, cranberry relish, sweet potato casserole, your choice of side, and sweet yeast rolls. The meal option for eight to 10 people includes the same options as the smaller meal with two turkey's worth of breasts and two choices of a side. Cracker Barrel recommends eating the heat and serve meals within 72 hours of pickup.
The hot meal for families available that is ready to serve includes a turkey and dressing, turkey gravy, cranberry relish, green beans, mac n' cheese, sweet potato casserole, sweet yeast rolls, and pumpkin pie.
Maggiano's is offering hot or cold carryout bundles that feed groups of four to five. The bundles include roasted turkey, country style smoked ham with glaze, giblet gravy, caesar salad, sage and sausage stuffing, whipped sweet potatoes, spaghetti and meatballs, four-cheese ravioli, garlic mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, pumpkin praline cheesecake, and fresh ciabatta bread.
Snag your holiday fare from Luby's which offers full meals with spiral sliced ham and turkey. Additions to the meal packages include cornbread dressing, cranberry sauce, giblet gravy, dinner rolls, a choice of three sides from mac n' cheese, mashed potatoes, candied yams, seasoned green beans, broccoli casserole, buttered corn, cornbread dressing, carrot and raisin salad, and fruit salad. Dessert options include pumpkin or pecan pie.
You can either grab the whole feast or items a la carte from Rudy's. The family package includes a whole turkey, cornbread dressing, and gravy. Whole ham, whole turkey, and sliced turkey are available to order, as well as trays of cornbread stuffing, gravy, cream corn, and peach cobbler.
The San Antonio staple has a couple of Thanksgiving meats available to order, including turkeys between nine and 19 pounds and honey glazed spiral hams. Bill Miller's has party packs for meals that serve between 10 and 20 people, as well as a variety of dessert pies like pecan, pumpkin, apple, coconut, and lemon.
Looking for a Cajun twist on your Thanksgiving feast Acadiana Cafe has a two meal deals for all the fixings for those who want to cook their own turkey. The cafe will also inject your turkey with Cajun marinade and spices if you purchase one of the two deals. Available sides include cornbread dressing cooked or raw, turkey giblet gravy, red beans and rice, chicken and dumplings, black eyed peas, Cajun cabbage, and more. A number of desserts are also available including peach cobbler, bread pudding, and pumpkin pies.
A portion of the liquid is pureed in a blender with tomatillos to make the salsa, while the turkey is reheated in the remaining liquid. We add the puree to the pan to meld the flavors for an easy, spicy-tangy filling for corn tortillas, served with sour cream and pickled sliced jalapeños on the side.
Return the skillet to medium-high. Add the turkey and cook, stirring occasionally, until heated through, about 5 minutes. Stir in the pureed mixture and bring to a simmer. Off heat, stir in the cilantro and lime juice. Taste and season with salt and pepper. Serve with the tortillas and lime wedges.
Cooking your turkey or side dishes the right way is crucial to making sure your Thanksgiving is memorable for the right reasons. The Los Angeles County Public Health Department offered tips for cooking a turkey just right to avoid an upset stomach.
Raw and undercooked meats bring a special preparation challenge, as they can have bacteria that can cause diarrhea and other issues, public health said in a news release. As such, they should be handled separately from other foods.
Frozen turkeys should be thawed in their original packaging in the refrigerator, allowing for 24 hours to thaw per five pounds. Turkeys can also be thawed in cold water, but this method is way more time intensive: the department recommends switching the water out every 30 minutes and allowing for 30 minutes per pound.
Covewood at San Diego Mission Bay Resort: A family-style feast will be served from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 24, priced at $75 for adults and $25 for children. Dishes include cider-brined turkey, cedar-planked salmon, butternut squash bisque and key lime pie. A kid-friendly, three-course menu will also be available. 1775 E. Mission Bay Dr,ive San Diego. (619) 275-7922. missionbayresort.com/covewood-restaurant
Herb & Wood: A pre-fixe dinner will be served from 1 to 7 p.m. Nov. 24 priced at $92 for adults and $38 for children. Dishes include turkey roulade, swordfish with red chermoula, honey nut squash and spiced apple upside down cake. 2210 Kettner Blvd., San Diego. (619) 955-8495. herbandwood.com
JRDN at Tower23 Hotel: Chef Stephen Gage will serve a three-course menu from noon to 8 p.m. Nov. 24. Dishes include pumpkin lobster bisque, turkey dinner, smoked scallops, eight-layer carrot cake and apple miso cheesecake. Price is $51 to $71. 723 Felspar St., San Diego. (858) 270-5736. t23hotel.com/dine
LAVO San Diego: This new Gaslamp Quarter Italian restaurant wills serve a Thanksgiving plate dinner from 2 to 8 p.m. Nov. 24, priced at $64. Dishes includes herb-roasted turkey, chestnut stuffing, sweet potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, green beans and apple or pecan pie. 611 Fifth Ave., San Diego. (619) 762-5286. Marine Room: This historic restaurant on La Jolla Shores beach will serve a prix fixe dinner from noon to 7 p.m. Nov. 24, priced at $150 per person. Dishes include coconut harissa kabocha soup, herb-brushed