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Thanksgiving ToGo

Celebrating 19 years of Joe’s delicious Thanksgiving Dinners

– SOLD OUT –

Order a complete meal
or
buy just an individual item to supplement your own menu.

Call and we help you selecting the items for your family meal.

Please print the Order guide before calling
Best time to call is 9am – 11:30 and 1:30 – 4:30pm
or come by in person

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Joe will do:

the shopping,     the preparing      and the cooking

All you do is:

1.) Order and pay before Sunday Nov. 22nd (do this earlier, before it’s sold out)

2.) pick up at Joe’s on Wednesday between 2:00pm and 8:00pm,
store the clear-topped, oven-ready space-saving containers in your fridge.

3.) On Thanksgiving Day take from fridge directly into the oven, heat and serve.

(the links .pdf and video are large files,
depending on your internet speed they may take up to a minute to load)

The Menu.pdf 

OrderGuide/ PriceList  – print, fill out, bring to restaurant or call

HeatingInstructions.pdf

Carve the Turkey-Video

Whole Turkey is oven ready,
cleaned, brined, seasoned and placed inside an oven-roasting bag, takes about 2 hr to roast.
or get it already roasted and sliced by the pound, only needs a gentle reheat.

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Roasting Organic Pumpkins from Schwebach Farm for Pumpkin Pie


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Home made bread turns into croutons for our traditional country stuffing


ThanksGiving-BabyCarrots2Baby carrots glaced with Maple syrup


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Fine Green Beans with Toasted Almonds and Butter


Brussel-SproutsBrussel Sprouts with Apple smoked Bacon

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Bavarian braised red Cabbage

ThanksGiving-Sweetpotatoes
Sweet Potato  Gratin, baked with onions cream and parmesan

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Whole Turkey,  seasoned. Ready to go into the oven.

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this one is almost ready to be carved, needs a little bit more temperature and color
after taking from oven let rest for almost an hour before carving.


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After roasting the turkeys they are separated into different parts, deboned and cooled.  Then they are ready to be sliced and portioned.  Everyone gets some dark and light meat.

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These are sample orders, the first picture is with the turkey already sliced, the second picture shows an order where the Turkey needs to be roasted at home ( roasting the turkey takes only 2 hours).  Last picture is a box ready to take home

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We are roasting Mary’s  Organic Turkey
we have a limited supply (we ordered in late April).

 

so , do not wait until the last moment, last year we sold out !

 

 

Organic Turkeys arrived Saturday from La Montanitas.  USDA National-Organic-Program link

ThanksGiving foodtrays

Individual Food containers with clear plastic tops are designed for easy identification and for reheating.
>>      from Refrigerator to Oven to Table    <<

Soups and Gravy please transfer to a suitable pot and reheat
ThanksGiving OvenView

 

Just take clear plastic lids off, add 1 oz of liquid (water or turkey stock), stack in oven, set temperature (300F or 285F for convection) and heat for 30 – 45 min.  The food trays can also be used in a microwave oven
Transfer to your heated serving platter or serve directly from trays


The Complete Thanksgiving dinner for one
ThanksGiving ToGo

ThanksGiving ToGo

1 cup soup
1 roll, 2 butter pads
8 oz Turkey (mostly Breast meat, some dark)
1 cup Stuffing
1 cup Gravy
1 cup Cranberry sauce
1 cup of vegetable ( mix of Brussel sprouts with Bacon, green beans w/ almonds and maple-glazed carrot )
1 cup of Potato (pictured is Yukon gold sour cream mashed and potato/yam gratin)
1 side mixed green salad with roasted tomato, balsamic vinegar and olive oil dressing ( choose Soup)
1 pie (pictured is the almond crusted lemon cream brûlée

 

No shopping trips to several overcrowded grocery stores

No excess packing materials or trash from grocery store

No trying to find space in your fridge because unprepped ingredients take so much space

No finding all the pots and pans you haven’t used since Christmas

No cleaning up pots and pans after you finished cooking

No staying in kitchen and cooking for hours while rest of family is having fun