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Thanksgiving options

Postby Beaver » Fri Nov 22, 2013 9:32 pm

If you don't want to cook on Thanksgiving here are two options. You can buy a dinner from Whole Foods or the UW Union:

http://shop.wholefoodsmarket.com/store/ ... C2044.aspx
$60 for a Holiday dinner for four people

Whole Roasted Boneless Turkey Breast (2.5 - 3 lbs)
Classic Mashed Potatoes (2 lbs)
Traditional Herb Stuffing (2 lbs)
Organic Fresh Cranberry Relish (1 pint)
Organic Homemade Turkey Gravy (24 ounces)

http://www.union.wisc.edu/materials/cat ... oGo_13.pdf

___ Personal Thanksgiving Turkey Meal .............. $9.00 each
Includes 2 slices of bourbon turkey (6 oz), a side of gravy,
sage dressing, mashed potatoes, herbed green beans, a side
of cranberry sauce, a roll and slice of pie (choice of pumpkin,
pecan, fudge bottom).

___ Personal Ham & Sweet Potato Meal .................$10.00 each
Includes 2 slices of baked gingersnap mustard glazed ham,
sweet potatoes with marshmallows, herbed green beans,
a side of cranberry sauce, a roll and slice of pie (choice of
pumpkin, pecan, fudge bottom).

___ Personal Vegetarian Meal ............................... $9.00 each
Includes Virginia squash stew, with Feta cheese, mashed
potatoes, herbed green beans, a side of cranberry sauce,
a roll and slice of pie (choice of pumpkin, pecan, fudge
bottom).

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Re: Thanksgiving options

Postby msnflyer » Sat Nov 23, 2013 4:31 pm

Orders to the Union were due 11/21. SOL

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Re: Thanksgiving options

Postby Bwis53 » Sat Nov 23, 2013 5:48 pm

I never did care much for turkey. My mother-in-law's stuffing was great. I will be celebrating without family this year, so I decided to make one of my favorite meals (which is bad for my diet) : Bacon, eggs, hashbrowns and toast! Yum!


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