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This Year, Get Thanksgiving Delivered

All the Delicious Meats, Sides and Desserts You Want, No Grocery Shopping Required


For a holiday centered around eating until your pants don't fit, Thanksgiving can be surprisingly stressful. Especially if you're the one hosting.

So to help you prep for the occasion, we made you this handy Thanksgiving grocery list.

1. Beer
2. Wine

There you go. Now, you're all set.

Because the rest of your provisions will be showing up at the door.

It's all thanks to this Thanksgiving Delivery Guide, which features a bunch of meats, sides and desserts that can be ordered online and shipped straight to your dining table. Which means less time braving the crowds, and more time attending to other important matters. 

Like watching football and refilling your drink. 

The Turkey

First up, you're going to need a turkey. Or maybe multiple turkeys. Ideally ones that are hand-rubbed with a special blend of Cajun seasonings, marinated overnight, and then deep fried. The Cajun Turkey Company, $85

The Not-Turkey

Don't want a turkey? That's fine. How about a brisket from Snow's, the famous Saturdays-only Texas barbecue joint that draws lines before dawn, was featured on Chef's Table, and makes every best barbecue list on earth? Yeah, that should work. The meat is cooked low and slow, and clocks in around five pounds. Snow's BBQ, $145

The Dressing

cajun turkey co cornbread stuffing

Here's some honest-to-goodness old-fashioned cornbread dressing like they used to make... whenever they invented cornbread dressing. The Cajun Turkey Co. $14

The Gravy

You can’t have turkey and stuffing without gravy. And now that you know you can score a rich, 48-hour, cognac-spiked turkey gravy from Commander's Palace in New Orleans, you really shouldn’t have any other gravy. Commander's Palace (via Goldbelly), $36

The Mashed Potatoes

harry and david potatoes

You're going to need some potatoes. Do your forearms a favor, and order these gruyère and garlic red mashed potatoes. Harry & David, $40

The Sweet Potatoes

These sweet potatoes are mashed with butter, brown sugar and spices, and topped with pecan streusel. Add them to the list and serve dueling potatoes this year. Williams Sonoma, $70

The Cranberries

Don't resort to cranberry sauce from a can. Instead, try this chunky version made with ripe cranberries, oranges and a touch of cane sugar. Mackenzie Limited, $30

The Pies

little pie company pumpkin pie

Gathering with loved ones and recognizing all you have to be thankful for is nice. But let's be honest: Thanksgiving is just a thinly veiled excuse to eat pie after dinner and then again for breakfast the next day. These homemade pies, including pumpkin, three-berry, southern pecan and salted caramel apple will help you accomplish that. Little Pie Company (via Goldbelly), $60-$65

The Snackable Pie Alternative

Placate your PSL-loving sibling with this pack of pumpkin spice cheesecake bites from New York's famed Carnegie Deli. Set them out during the game, serve them as dessert, or pop a couple soothing bites in your mouth whenever your uncle starts talking politics. Carnegie Deli, $89 for an 8-pack 

The Cocktails

Finally, you need something to drink. Sure, that beer and wine you purchased will do the trick. But go one step further by acquiring this seasonal pack of cocktail mixers. It's loaded with spiced apple shrub, ginger beer, cranberry five-spice syrup and other things that, when booze is added, will help you get through the day. Mouth, $105 

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