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9 Places You Can Buy Stress-Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner (No Cooking Required!)

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holding pumpkin pie from Costco

Cooking for Thanksgiving doesn’t have to be so stressful! In fact, it doesn’t get any easier when you’re buying food from one of these places that will cook everything for you!

Here are 9 places that offer delicious Thanksgiving meals including options to take the meal home to enjoy or to eat inside the restaurant. All you have to do is turn on your oven (required in most cases to heat up the food), set the table, light a few candles, and relax!

1. Bob Evans

thanksgiving dinner plate of turkey green beans mashed potatoes

Bob Evans is open until 8 PM on Thanksgiving Day, which gives you the option to get dinner to go or eat there and save on the mess, too. Their entire Thanksgiving menu is affordable and even has meals just for the kids.

Plus, they give you the option of bringing home an Everyday Thanksgiving feast for up to 10 people – all you have to do is heat it up. The price appears to be around $149.99.

Here’s what’s included in their Thanksgiving Feast:

  • Slow-Roasted Turkey
  • Bread & Celery Dressing
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Chicken Gravy
  • Green Beans with Ham
  • Macaroni & Cheese
  • Buttered Corn
  • Farmhouse Garden Salad with dressing
  • 12 Dinner Rolls
  • 2 Gallons of iced tea or lemonade
  • Platter of cookies

2. Boston Market

Whether you’re feeding a small family of 4 or going big with 12 people, Boston Market not only delivers different packages to make your holiday dinner perfect, but they also give you the option of roasted turkey or ham.

Whichever meal you choose, it will come frozen, so make sure to give yourself enough time for thawing and about 2 hours for heating it up before enjoying it.

Here’s what their Whole Roasted Turkey Meal for 12 for $139.99 comes with:

  • Whole Roasted Turkey
  • Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
  • Home Style Stuffing
  • Cranberry Walnut Relish
  • Dinner Rolls
  • 9″ Pumpkin Pie
  • 9″ Apple Pie

3. Buca di Beppo

buca di beppo thanksgiving feast on table with to go bag

Live near a Buca di Beppo? Then you’re in luck! You’ll have the choice to get Thanksgiving dinner to go (available on November 27th and 28th only), dine-in on Thanksgiving for a hot meal, or have your whole dinner catered to you! It really doesn’t get any easier than that!

Their prepared dinners start at $69 which serves 3 or $135 for a dinner that serves 5. Plus, you have the ability to add any of their delicious Italian side dishes to really beef up your whole holiday dinner.

Here’s what their Thanksgiving Feast includes:

  • Sliced White Meat Turkey
  • Homestyle Gravy
  • Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes
  • Spicy Italian Sausage Stuffing
  • Green Beans
  • Cranberry Sauce
  • Pumpkin Pie

4. Costco


Costco pumpkin pie

We sure love Costco and even more now that we know you can score an entire Schwan’s Thanksgiving Meal for 8! And to top it off, they’ve already cooked it all for you so upon arrival, all you have to do is thaw it out. It’s like Thanksgiving Day magic!

Many reviewers even stated that after feeding 6 adults there were plenty of leftovers, so make sure to have all your guests come hungry this year! Make sure to order ahead, because their Thanksgiving Meal takes about 3-5 business days to be delivered and doesn’t ship over weekends.

Oh, and did I mention it’s only $89.99?! 😱

If you’re not already a Costco member, make sure to sign up so you can scoop up this deal for Thanksgiving!

Here’s what’s included in their Thanksgiving Meal:

  • 2 – 2.5 lbs. Ready-to-Roast Turkey Breast
  • 2.5 lbs. Creamy Mashed Potatoes
  • Gravy
  • 2 lbs. Roasted Sweet Potatoes
  • 24 oz. Petite Brussels Sprouts
  • 36 oz. Super-Sweet Corn
  • 3 French Baguettes
  • 9″ Pumpkin Pie
  • 10″ Old-Fashioned Apple Pie
  • 56 oz. Classic Vanilla Ice Cream

Hip Tip: Lina’s family gave Costco and Sam’s Club pumpkin pies a blind taste test! Hop over here to see which one they liked more! Plus, she got really creative and shared a fun and easy way to serve a pumpkin pie to a large crowd.

5. Cracker Barrel

thanksgiving feast on table

Feeding a crowd? The Thanksgiving kit at Cracker Barrel also feeds up to 10 people and comes with all the traditional holiday fixings your heart desires. In 2 hours or less, you can have this delicious meal ready for your family – just make sure to order it at least 24 hours beforehand!

And if you really don’t want the hassle, you can dine in on Thanksgiving Day where they serve up hot Thanksgiving meals for around $10 per person.

Here’s what’s included in their Thanksgiving Kit:

  • Two Oven-Roasted Turkey Breasts
  • Cornbread Dressing
  • Turkey Gravy
  • Cranberry Relish
  • Choice of 3 Country Sides (each serves 10)
  • Sweet Yeast Rolls
  • Pumpkin Pie (while supplies last) & Pecan Pie

6. Marie Callender’s

marie callender's holiday thanksgiving day meal on table

If you’re lucky enough to have a Marie Callender’s location near you, then you’re in luck because the restaurant is selling five different types of holiday feasts to choose from depending on your family’s needs. Whether you’re a fan of enjoying turkey, ham or you want both to serve up, they’ve got it!

Your pre-made dinner will come frozen and takes about 3 hours of cook time, but that’s nothing when all you have to do is pop it in the oven! Their dinner feasts serve either 4-6 or 6-8 people and range in price starting at $115 up to $165 and you can even order some extra sides and holiday treats to be sure there’s plenty of your favorites to go around.

Here’s what’s included in their Ultimate Whole Turkey & Ham Feast: 

  • Whole roasted turkey
  • Bone-in spiral cut quarter ham with chipotle-pineapple glaze topping
  • Apple-Sage Stuffing
  • Fire-Roasted Yams (with cranberry streusel topping)
  • Cranberry Sauce
  • Fresh Mashed Potatoes
  • Turkey Gravy
  • Chef’s Vegetables
  • Fresh Baked Cornbread
  • Whole Pumpkin or Apple Pie
  • Marie’s House Blend Coffee

7. Trader Joe’s

bowl of mashed sweet potatoes with pecans

While Trader Joe’s doesn’t technically serve up or deliver an entire Thanksgiving meal, you can be sure to find dishes to make your dinner a lot easier and totally delicious.

Last year, they were offering up this 40-ounce Turkey and Stuffing en Croute for just $12.99. This dish featured a turkey tenderloin & sweet cornbread stuffing, hand-rolled into flaky, buttery puff pastry with a sprinkling of herbs on top and it even came with turkey gravy and cranberry sauce!

I’m also patiently waiting for them to launch their large Trays of Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Pecans for just $4.99! Oh, and did I mention that it only takes 4 minutes to heat up?! Oh, I love you Trader Joe’s!

8. Whole Foods Market

person holding pan with roasted turkey

I’ve been a big fan of Whole Foods ever since I learned about their try before you buy policy and that they nixed plastic straws to help save the planet. However, I have a whole new love for them after learning that they offer a diverse selection of pre-cooked Thanksgiving meals ready to order!

Their dinners can feed anywhere from 2 up to 12 people. You can spend as little at $40 for just you and your honey or feed the whole family an Organic Roast Turkey dinner for about $170.

Expect drool-worthy feasts ranging from vegan side dishes such as mushroom étouffée and vegan cornbread dressing to all the best traditional fixings. Availability and dinner selections will vary by location, but either way, we’re here for it all!

Here’s what’s included in their Festive Feast for 12:

  • Classic Roast Whole Turkey
  • Spiral-Sliced Ham with Maple-Bourbon Glaze
  • Green Beans with Roasted Shallots
  • Creamed Spinach and Kale
  • Roasted Butternut Squash with Cranberries and Sage
  • Creamy Mashed Potatoes
  • Traditional Herb Stuffing
  • Holiday Turkey Gravy
  • Cranberry Orange Sauce
  • Parker House Rolls
  • Apple Pie
  • Pumpkin Pie

9. Williams Sonoma

williams sonoma thanksgiving dinner on table

Not only can you buy the perfect kitchenware at Williams Sonoma, but now you can also score the perfect Thanksgiving dinner. Of course, it comes as no surprise that it’s going to cost you, because, well… it’s Williams Sonoma. 😂

You can order a range of different dinners that serve anywhere from 4-12 people, with prices starting at $170 going all the way up to a whopping $700! 😱 Sound appetizing? Make sure to order by Friday, November 22, 2019, at 11:59 pm for delivery on November 25-26.

Here’s what you’ll get with their Ultimate Thanksgiving dinner that serves 8:

  • Willie Bird Fresh Free-Range Turkey
  • Sausage, Apple & Cranberry Stuffing
  • Buttermilk Chive Mashed Potatoes
  • Traditional Green Bean Casserole
  • Sweet Yam Casserole
  • Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
  • Gravy
  • Cranberry Chutney
  • Pumpkin Pie

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Comments 78

  1. Andrea

    I have purchased pre-made grocery store Thanksgiving meals for a few years now. Ralph’s one year, Sprouts, and most recently a local version of Whole Foods (shout out to Frazier Farms of North County!). No regrets! It is worth it to be able to sleep in, enjoy visiting with family, have a glass of wine or champagne, instead of doing the huge and stressful juggling act of pulling together an epic meal. Plus clean up is a snap.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      How cool. Thanks for letting us know about your experience, Andrea! It sure does sound like a convenient option for sure! I’m always glad to have more time for sleep and visiting with family!

    • LisaK

      I agree. We have used Shoprite for their complete turkey dinner and I have had no regrets. We usually add a few homemade items or desserts and we are done. No fuss.

  2. nikis22

    So if anyone was going to celebrate jus their spouse and toddler child which would you pick?

    • Shannon

      Go to Cracker Barrel and dine in. I am going to do that. It’s too much work for a small family.

      • Vanessa

        Thanks Shannon. I talked to my DH and he agreed to go to Cracker Barrel. I’m just buying a pumpkin pie at Sams.

    • Cassie

      Check your local grocery store. We used to get Wegmans side dishes and I’ve heard Publix also is very good.

      • Saralee

        Publix turkey is too salty. Won’t buy there again.

    • MamaBear

      Bob evans is the best cost. If it is just you 3 than I would suggest just cooking at home. Grab a small turkey and a few sides. You will feel so proud of yourself and your spouse will love the leftovers 🙂 Make memories. You won’t regret it.

      • nikis22

        MamaBear that’s what I do every year is make Thanksgiving dinner, I think I may continue the tradition. Thank you.

      • Alicia

        I only cook for my husband,dad, 7 year old son and myself. My son doesn’t really eat much besides rolls. Out here in CA there is no Bob Evans-but we usually get a couple of their refrigerated sides from Wal-Mart. Usually mac and cheese and mashed potatos.Then I get a small turkey breast to throw in the crock pot. A few other little things and we’re set. Really easy and still have some turkey left overs.

    • Turkey

      Cook you and your spouse favorite meal and enjoy quality time together. Everyday is a day to be thankful

      • Lo

        That’s what we did when we were a family of 3. Lasagna thanksgiving

      • Victoria

        This is what we do on Christmas just because I don’t want to make another big meal right after Thanksgiving. One year we had tacos, one year was a lasagna, and my favorite was when we grilled in the freezing weather and had s’mores for dessert. So much easier and less stressful.

        • Alex

          That sounds wonderful. Love the idea of making s’mores on Christmas.

    • sne3103

      I’d suggest Cracker Barrel too, that’s where we go every year as a family of 2 adults and 2 toddlers..

    • Denise

      I did Bob Evan’s one year with just my husband and I and our toddler. It was good and stress free and we had leftovers to enjoy 🙂

    • Big Heart

      Of you like to cook you could but a small turkey or chicken…pick one favorite of yours, one of your husbands and something that you think your child will enjoy…keep it small but special … go out to dinner…or try your grocery store if you like left overs….Happy Thanksgiving enjoy.

  3. Mary

    I make 3 desserts a couple of days before Thanksgiving and have those ready to go. We’ve ordered the main course (Turkey and sides) from Cracker Barrel 3 years in a row and we absolutely love it. Gives everyone time to enjoy each other’s company. Best part is that everyone loves the food! Win-win!! 🙂

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      That’s great to hear, Mary! I like to make my desserts ahead of time too!

  4. Dezi

    On this list, I only have Trader Joes in my area! We’ve gone to Marie Calendar’s for 2 years now and it was worth it! Order online…pick-up is in the morning and you can enjoy family time for the rest of the day. And practically no clean-up at the end of the day!

  5. Jennifer

    I say this every year but I think it’s worth saying again. Buy a turkey breast, pour a ranch packet over top, add some butter, then stick in the crockpot overnight while you sleep. In the morning you will wake up to yummy turkey smells. While it doesn’t brown as much as in the oven, you will never have a dry turkey. Add a few simple sides, rolls, and an Edwards pecan pie and it’s brag worthy👍🏼.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      What a great tip! Thanks, Jennifer! I’ll have to remember that!

    • Rebecca

      Um I’m totally doing this, thank you! I happily make a few easy desserts, sides are pretty easy, but I never want to deal with the turkey!

    • Kay

      I do something similar……turkey breast in crockpot overnight with some gravy poured over the top and a splash of water and you wake up to a delicious smelling house! I also warm up already-made mashed potatoes in a separate crockpot the morning of Thanksgiving after I wake up……easy peasy. Bonus points for easy cleanup if you use crock pot liners.

      • Donna

        Great tips, thanks!

    • MommySpendsLess

      Thank you! The ranch packet doesn’t fit within my dietary preferences but now I’m going to Google for other crockpot turkey recipes.

      • Donna

        If you Google make your own ranch seasoning you may find something within your dietary needs. It would for sure be less sodium.

    • Amy

      My mom always does a turkey breast this way minus the ranch. They’re very good in the crock pot!

    • Donna


  6. shop4mybabies

    i got to my grandmas and now my aunts for a free stress free thanksgiving meal…i take the soda and punch lol

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)


    • Hannah

      It may be stress free for you, but I’m sure it’s not for them.

      This is the reason why I am no longer having a huge dinner for all of the family at my house. A few contribute, but most don’t. I’m left cleaning the house two days before, baking desserts the day before, cooking all day the day of, eating for 15 minutes, cleaning up the rest of the day, and cleaning the house again the day after where it’s been destroyed. No thanks. I’ll make some memories some other way with my family of three from now on. It’s just not worth it and all of my time and effort isn’t appreciated enough for me to continue to do it.

      • Suzanne H

        This is me at Xmas. Everyone complains when I tell them I’m done after the Xmas meal and they need to clean up. No one seems to think about the weeks of preparation – cleaning, shopping, decorating, cooking, etc. beforehand! Not to mention, folks are here for a day or two so it’s not just 1 meal for a bunch of people, it’s several and I have a FT job that only gives me Xmas day off. As much as I love to cook, I am considering ordering food this year.

        • Shannon

          So much yes! Christmas and thanksgiving falls so much on mom with little help. I think people don’t realize how stressful it really is. I told my family I’m not doing any of it anymore except putting up a tree and getting a few presents. I’m taking extra shifts and saving for a family vacation which to me is much better than being stuck inside cooking and cleaning. It makes great memories also.

          • Ana

            seems like there is a lesson here for all of us 🙂

            • J.H.509

              In our house the rule is….”you want to eat, you are going to help!” I do all the preparation and cooking. Everyone else does the little details. I do it to show everyone it’s hard work and as a team it gets done faster. Yes some stuff doesn’t get done the way I would prefer but I’m willing to accept that to get the help I need on a hectic holiday. ¯\_ಠ_ಠ_/¯

      • Goingtomakesomechanges

        Hear hear! I totally agree. All the grocery shopping (dollars), hours of food prep, clean up, house prep for overnight guests,
        storage of leftovers that remain afterwards, the exhaustion afterwards, and then back to work….not appreciateed enough! I don’t see most of these people all year except when it’s time to pig out on the holidays at my house. They can just go find other options now. Not worth it!

      • Kate

        Agreed. Your aunt is hosting because it was too stressful for your grandmother. That is what happened in our family too when no one was pulling their weight. That should be a big red flag for you that you need to pitch in more.

      • Tina Ige

        I am sorry to hear that, Hannah. One of the family members should be hosting at their homes from time to time. Enjoy your dinners! My family has done Saturday thanksgivings for ages so our grandkids could attend. Once they were older, and their family went away after Thanksgiving, I asked my sisters in law if they would likea break from doing the dinners. They were thrilled! None of us, four grown kids between us, have married with children to take up the mantle.

  7. cbakerd3

    Cool post, thanks

  8. Ana

    I noticed the last few years Costco puts together a turkey and mashed potatoes and I think a side for about $30.00. It looks pretty good. I only have Trader Joe’s in my area.

    • Shannon

      That’s awesome! Which area did you find that in?

      • Ana

        I live in Portland, Oregon 😊

  9. Lej

    Last year was my first time not cooking and decided to order from local Peruvian roasted chicken place and loved it! Got 2 roasted chicken with garlic potatoes, rice, beans and we made cheese gratin and sweet potatoes for my mom. It was a great deal too. The restaurant was surprised. This year I might order Cuban or Mediterranean. My hubby doesn’t like turkey and we are sick of the usual ham. And I’m the only one who cooks mostly since my hubby is Japanese and we have just my mom joining us every year.

  10. Heather

    If you leave near a Wegmans they have a great holiday catering menu. You do have to heat everything up. They give you a sheet with directions and schedule so everything is ready at once. Just pop it in the oven and enjoy your family. It’s so worth it. Picked everything up the day before. Reasonable and delicious. Gives you so much more time to enjoy your family.

    • Jennifer

      Second Wegmans. We have done their pre-selected menu for the last couple of years, and I will make two or three sides my family likes. From start to finish, dinner is on the table in under two hours, and everyone loves what they get.

      If I couldn’t buy Wegmans’ dinner, we would go out to a local restaurant.

  11. Kristin

    The Honeybaked Ham company has terrific smoked turkey breasts and all the sides. Our local location always has a line out of the door the day before Thanksgiving. My family liked it much better than Bob Evans

  12. JenniferS

    I usually make tortilla soup for Christmas lasts for days afterwards is always a plus.

  13. Laura

    Another option to consider for small families is a Costco (or other) rotisserie chicken. You get the look of turkey, but no work! I have done a turkey breast in the crockpot the last couple of years and that has been great. I don’t do it overnight (not sure why I would want my turkey to be in the crockpot for 18 hours?), but it only takes 3 hours and makes a great gravy. I did it for my parents only two weeks after a major surgery. So glad I did (Dad wanted to get Kroger dinner but I said no) as it turned out to be my mom’s last Thanksgiving. Wouldn’t trade those memories for anything.

    If you are worried about the sides, that is a great thing to get at Trader Joe’s or the grocery store. No need to make everything from scratch!

    • Jennifer

      I do a turkey breast in my crock every year but I never cook it for 18 hours!? I usually cook it for about 8 unless it is really, really small. I get up in the morning and turn it off. I wish I could sleep 18 hours, lol.

      • MommySpendsLess

        I think she meant if you put the turkey in when you go to bed (say 10pm) and don’t eat your Thanksgiving meal until 3pm – 6pm the next day then it’s potentially on for 18 hours. Not all crockpots have a keep warm setting that would keep the food hot enough to prevent bacteria growth for hours.

  14. Keila

    I enjoy fixing a stuffed chicken with a few sides and a good dessert.

  15. KKAbsherWrites

    I cook turkey breasts and I cook them in an oven bag. They’re effortless, always moist and delicious. The secret is the bag. Cooks about 1 1/2 hours. Easy and delicious for a Thanksgiving for 8.

  16. Crystal

    How much is the Bob Evan’s and Cracker Varrel family meals?

    • Lucy

      Yes, I was wondering how much the Cracker Barrel Thanksgiving kit is. I clicked through their website and couldn’t find anything.

      • Shannon

        I googled and it said $12.99 per person and $7.99 for kids.

        • Barbara E Hummel

          just ordered the Thanksgiving Feast from Cracker Barrel for $139.00 plus tip and tax.

  17. Cat62

    Sad that many people don’t cook anymore. Today’s kids aren’t going to know how to cook.

    • MommySpendsLess

      (1) There’s just two of us and we’re both light eaters so by the time I buy the ingredients I’ve spent as much as I would have on something precooked or pre-prepared, or from a fast-casual or casual restaurant.
      (2) I don’t enjoy cooking at all.
      (3) If I choose my sources carefully the meal tastes better than what I could make at home (most are designed by corporate chefs and reproduced hundreds of times vs. me trying out some recipe I found on Pinterest.)
      (4) If I choose my sources carefully the food is also fairly natural and healthy. I’ve found a lot of recipes include canned soups, tubes of dough, spice packets and bottled dressings so “homemade” food (by those standards) could even be less natural than what I purchase.
      My personal conclusion is why would I spend more money and more time/effort on an inferior product? If you enjoy cooking, consider it quality time with your love(d) ones or have a lot of people to feed then you nay reach a different conclusion.

    • Lana

      Exactly. It is not that hard if you plan ahead and get some things done ahead of time. I even double up and get some dishes prepped and frozen for both Christmas and Thanksgiving. We have the same easy menu every year and would not even dream of deli food for a holiday.

    • Ashley

      It’s not about not wanting to cook, it’s about wanting to spend more time together as a family. When you’re able to pay for convenience and you spend less of your time stuck in the kitchen and more of it with family, it is worth it.

    • Tina Ige

      Oh, I cook, but i did get tired of the marathon that is dinner for 12-14 people.

    • Mary

      This presumes cooking to be an important skill for all to have, and I think that’s questionable. To me, cooking is just chemistry. And kids sure aren’t able to skip that class. I think people take food way too seriously in general, and around the holidays it’s just insane. I’m almost 40 and have never cooked a Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. I have always ordered out. It has just always seemed so illogical to spend a holiday cooking and cleaning. If that’s what I’m supposed to do, change the name to Mom Is Your Servant (more) Day.

  18. SueJo

    Most of “todays kids” don’t want to cook. We have all these gadgets and technology to make our lives easier, yet we just pack our day with things from morning till night and have no time for such things as cooking.

    • Shannon

      Cooking and clean up afterwards take up so much time. I think that it was easier to support a family with only one income way back when so there was more time for cooking. Or maybe we just don’t like to cook! I know how but I don’t like it! 😆

  19. tina

    We order thanksgiving every year because it’s just 3 of us and the kid doesn’t eat much. We’ve tried Safeway, Raley’s, MiMi’s Café, Whole Foods, Costco, etc. None of them have been very good. We’ll try Bucca’s this year.

  20. Alycia E

    Publix also has great deals on fully cooked Thanksgiving dinners. But buy early because we sell out fast!

  21. VickiL

    Anyone know where I can get a gluten free Thanksgiving dinner for that I don’t have to cook? I have celiac disease.

    • Lana

      As the Mom of two severely gluten intolerant adult children, I would be afraid of ordering from any of these places since they are not not gluten free kitchens. A holiday is not a good day to get really sick from cross contamination. My girls would even get sick from gluten being handled and then touching another food that would normally be safe.

  22. Amy

    Helpful post for those who need it. However my favorite part of Thanksgiving is cooking with my family 😊

  23. Marion

    Just have a potluck, everyone can bring a side dish to make a ham and turkey is really no big deal. Pies can be store bought.

  24. Angela

    Market Basket in New England does the whole meal for $59.99 and it’s good sized too.

  25. griffithok

    We have always spent Thanksgiving with family. As they age, we find it so Spector spend time with them. I would gladly and do gladly cook for family every year. It’s not that hard to prep and clean. These precious memories are what’s important to us.

  26. TiffMeow

    Trying Cracker Barrel this year. Fingers crossed. We had a honey baked ham dinner last year and it was good but, we needed larger portions.

  27. Michelle

    Dickey’s BBQ has an excellent Thanksgiving dinner. We’ve ordered it a couple of years now.

  28. Amy

    There are 5-6 of us, and we cook the biggest meal EVER! It’s become more challenging as I have a debilitating illness, but my husband and daughter step in and get things done! We also pick up a few things to make it easier, like pies from Costco. This year we make pick up a couple of things from Mission BBQ. It’s a ton of food, and we eat for a week! And because some members of the family want their turkey prepared in different ways, it’s not unusual for us to cook 2 or 3 turkeys! One oven-roasted, one deep fried, and always, one smoked! We skip the oven roasted unless my mom is with us. It’s hard work, but we love relaxing afterwards, and not cooking again for so many days! lol

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      How neat! Thanks for sharing your traditions with us, Amy! I love all of the leftovers too!

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