Get whole cooked turkeys, or just breasts, dark or white meat, or both, priced according to size.
OJ’s is also offering any of its delicious veggies and other items like Mac and cheese in bulk. The small size will feed about 15 – 20 people and costs $20, the next size up feeds about 30 people and costs $35 and the largest size feeds about 55-60 people and costs $50.
If you’re looking for a little extra help, the restaurant is also offering full meals which come with turkey, dressing, green beans and mashed potatoes or rice. Meals cost about $6 – $7 per person. Add more sides cost about $1.25 per person.
Dessert is available in the form of pies, from $15 – $30, sweet potato custard pie for $7 and cobbler.
Just go to the website, www.ojs-diner.com, or call the restaurant at 864-235-2539.
Swamp Rabbit Café and Grocery
Swamp Rabbit Café and Grocery is taking orders for pies and T-day sides. They will be accepting pie orders through Monday, Nov. 20. Pies come in a variety of flavors: pumpkin, pecan, sweet potato, chocolate chess and apple streusel. And new for 2017, there is also a gluten-free butter crust option available.
Orders must be placed at least two days in advance of requested pickup day. Pies will be ready at 11 a.m. on the scheduled pickup day.
Available as well is a variety of delicious local sides, including broccoli mushroom casserole, vegan stuffing, sausage stuffing and macaroni and cheese.
Swamp Rabbit is also featuring pastured, humanely raised, hormone and antibiotic free turkeys and hams from local family farms this year:
- Bethel Trails is offering broad-breasted turkeys supplemented with a locally-grown and milled feed.
- Timberock Farm is offering Heritage Bronze turkeys fed a GMO-free diet.
- Joyce Farms is raising Heritage Black Turkeys to Temple Grandin Humane-Approved Practices, a certification that verifies humane treatment of animals.
- And resident Swamp butcher James Bryant is taking Providence Farms’ pastured pigs and curing nitrite-free hams.
Cost ranges from $6.75 to $8.50 per pound.
And for those seeking a delicious vegetarian/vegan option for their THanksgiving feast, Swamp Rabbit is also featuring an organic, GMO-free “The Pardon” vegan roast from No Evil Foods Plant Meats for $24.99 each.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Order online at http://swamprabbitcafe.com/turkeys.
Special beginning this holiday season, Project Host will be offering a variety of baked goods and holiday sides for special order.
Pies: Pumpkin Pie for $14 and Derby Pie (chocolate + pecan pies) for $16.
Sides: Sweet potato purée, creamed spinach, green bean casserole, corn soufflé available in portions for up to 6 people for $18; to serve up to 12 people for $36.
Supplies are limited, so the sooner you order the better. Email email@example.com or call 864-372-6493.
Upcountry is doing some awesome desserts for the holidays including pies and cakes. Think caramel cakes, red velvet with crystallized berries, double dark chocolate molten cake and apple, cranberry and walnut pie, peanut butter cup pie and blueberry cobbler.
In addition, you can also get a cookie tray, breads or pastries for the morning. All orders can be called into the bakery or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. They must be in at least 48 hours in advance.
And if you’re looking for some post-T-day fun, check out Upcountry’s 2nd Annual Oyster Roast, 5:30 – 10 p.m., Nov. 30. Music by Jon Stickley Trio as well as My Girl My Whiskey and Me. And guest Chef Greg McPhee of The Anchorage, will be on hand preparing wonderful dishes. The dinner is $45 per person. Tickets available now here.
Seasons Café Catering
Get a Whole roasted or smoked turkey braised brisket or ham, gravy and any number of sides from mac and cheese, sweet potato soufflé, cranberry chutney, green bean casserole, corn pudding and of course stuffing.
Seasons is also offering complete meals ranging from traditional, which includes six items, to deluxe, which includes nine items. Meals come in 15 or 30 serving amounts and range from $135 to $450.
In addition, Seasons is offering all the traditional pies, along with apple cobbler and a caramel apple cheesecake with streusel topping.
Pickup is available during certain times on Nov. 20, 21 and 22. For more visit www.seasonscafeandcatering.com.
Get just a turkey or the full meal with Soby’s on the Side’s Thanksgiving To Go.
Meats include a whole roasted turkey or turkey breasts, glazed spiral ham, prime rib roast or whole oven roasted beef tenderloin. Among the sides available: stuffing, cranberry relish, broccoli and cheddar casserole, autumn vegetable hash, green bean casserole, corn maque choux and collard greens. And of course dessert is available as well, from pies to cheesecake and even gluten free apple cobbler.
Thanksgiving dinners may be picked up Wednesday, Nov. 22 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. or Thursday, Nov. 23 between 9 a.m. and noon.
To order by phone, please call 864-271-8431. To ensure availability and freshness of all products, please order by Monday, Nov. 20. Soby’s on the Side will make every effort to fill orders placed after Monday as needed.
Get your whole meal or just part of it.
C B offers free range turkeys that are cooked or seasoned and raw, and you can get them stuffed or unstuffed. The birds are priced from $5.99 to $8.99/pound, depending on preparation.
If meat is your thing, they’ve also got applewood smoked Nueske ham ($10.99/pound) or Colorado Rack of lamb ($38/pound).
On the sides front, you can have your pick of roasted sweet potatoes with bacon gremolata, grilled asparagus and roasted artichoke heart gratin, roasted pear cornbread stuffing, or creamed corn with rosemary and turmeric and southern style collards. All are priced $9 to $36 depending on size.
As for dessert, you will find your classics as well as some more unique options, like hot chocolate marshmallow cake ($36) or gingerbread spice cake with maple bourbon mousse and eggnog buttercream ($36).
Thanksgiving orders must be made by 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19 and Christmas orders must be made by 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21. To place an order, call 864-235-0407 or email email@example.com.
C B will also be showcasing holiday items each week leading up to the big event. A full sampling will be available the week of Nov. 20.
The store will also be hosting a special holiday event, How We Holiday, 5:30 -8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14. There will be several vendors offering holiday decor and beauty tips, including The Beautiful Co., Twill SC Hobnob Entertaining, Mac Murphy and Annie Koelle. The event includes shopping and sips and samplings of the CB holiday menu.
Bucky’s is now taking orders for smoked turkeys and all the sides for Thanksgiving. The items available include fresh 12 to 14-pound turkeys, sweet potato crunch, mac and cheese, green beans, and dressing.
Turkeys are $44.50 plus tax and the side items come in full pans and are $16 each. Call 864-329-0054 to order.
Reserve your Smoked turkeys, Smoked Fried turkeys or Spiral hams today. Hams and turkeys. Turkeys are 10 to 14 pounds each, spiral hams are 7 to 9 pounds each, and both are $35 apiece. Henry’s will also be doing a limited amount of fried turkeys for $45 each.
And Henry’s has all the sides, too. Call any of the three locations for details or to place an order.
Wade Hampton 864-232-7774
Woodruff Road 864-213-9770
Here you’ll find all your favorite pies and cakes and cookies, but the bakery and café also offers oven roasted turkey breast, black oak baked hams and entrée casseroles. You can also purchase side casseroles, biscuits and even large portions of chicken salad or fruit and veggie trays for those holiday parties.
And if you’re looking for something special for the next morning or a holiday brunch, check out one of their quiches or biscuits.
Call 864-233-3996 or visit http://strossners.com for details.