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THANKSGIVING DINNER 


Thanksgiving Feast

Thursday November 26th, 2020


Popovers

Place on a tray for 5 minutes in oven at 375°


Shrimp Cocktail

Store shrimp in refrigerator or on ice

They are fully cooked and ready to eat

Serve cold with cocktails Sauce


Roast Turkey
 Keep Turkey Refrigerated until you are ready to serve. To re-heat simply place the Turkey out at room temperature for 20m pre-heat your oven to 375°

Remove Turkey from vacuum sealed bag and place dark meat only on a backing sheet in the oven for 15m, then add the white meat and cook for an additional 15m or until fully re-heated. 

(Please note, the juices in the bag are natural, and keep the turkey moist)


Gravy & Cranberry Sauce

Both sauces are ready to eat, simply place both sealed bags in 6-8 quarts of simmering water for 10 minutes.

Carefully remove from the water with tongs, cut a side off the top and pour into desired serving vessel.


Chestnut & Sage Stuffing

Pre-heat oven to 375, Place stuffing in Casserole dish and add 3-4 oz of gravy, gently mix until the breadcrumbs are coated. Cook uncovered for 12-15 minutes -until warm. 


Brussel Sprouts

Pre-heat Oven to 375°, Place Brussels evenly on baking sheet, season if desired with salt & pepper and cook for 12-15 minutes. 


Baked Macaroni & Cheese

Bring 6-8 quarts of water to a simmer, gently place in sealed bag of pasta, cook for 10m. Remove from water with tongs and cut a corner off the bag, pour contents into a casserole dish and coat top with bread crumbs. Cook at 375° for 5-7 minutes to toast breadcrumbs.


Burrata Whipped Potatoes

Bring 6-8 quarts of water to a simmer, gently place in sealed bag of potatoes, cook for 10m. Remove from water with tongs and cut a corner off the bag, pour contents into serving dish.  

We suggest you top with chives & olive oil (not included) but butter & salt and pepper work great too!


Happy Thanksgiving


a bunch of food sitting on a table

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