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The Korean
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Thanksgiving Take Out

Ok normally, Thanksgiving dinner involves many of the homemade favorites that only make an appearance once or twice a year. This year for my family is going to be different, I broke my ankle about a month ago and just this past week, a close family member was put in ICU and everyone's attention is focused on them. So to make it as enjoyable as possible, I am looking for some recommendations on ordering a turkey and some sides dishes. While I'd like to be as "one stop" as possible, I am ok, to split between a couple places.


Gris Gris
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re: Thanksgiving Take Out
Sorry about the troubles. Try Calvin's. Their ad says they cook various types of turkey dinners. Scroll down to see. You can probably pick your own sides with whichever turkey you want.

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stapuffmarshy
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re: Thanksgiving Take Out
I know Piccadilly use to do a whole Turkey Dinner to go thing


as Albertson's did as well


not sure if they still do


I have some of the same issues this year, it'll be a grab and go and bring thing ...Im thinking about a Popeyes Fried turkey with some honeyham sides


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Layabout
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re: Thanksgiving Take Out
I did Maxwell's Market last year and was very pleased.

Chef Don Bergeron on Jefferson Highway is offering a holiday take-out menu too.

Both are a cut above what you get at one of the supermarkets.


cbtullis
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re: Thanksgiving Take Out
Franks is an excellent choice for this


hooper27
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re: Thanksgiving Take Out
I think zeeland market on perkins is very good


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The Korean
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Member since May 2008
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re: Thanksgiving Take Out
Thanks to all...this is a real help.



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The Korean
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Denham Springs, LA
Member since May 2008
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re: Thanksgiving Take Out
quote:

Chef Don Bergeron


Got a smoked turkey, cornbread dressing, yam crunch, was a great choice and suggestion. The spur of the moment hot crab dip was pretty awesome too.



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