3 Ways to Cook & Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner Delivery

Why Should I Have My Thanksgiving Meal Delivered?

Let’s face it: hosting Thanksgiving may sound fun, but it’s a LOT of work. The Thanksgiving turkey is stressful, beginning with the battle royale in the grocery store for that last turkey, and sometimes (knock on wood) ending with it being tragically burned in the oven. Instead of a horror story, look into having a Thanksgiving dinner delivered right to your doorstep, with simple cooking instructions that will ensure a tasty turkey and succulent side dishes. Check out our meal ideas and pairings below for three full-sized and delicious Thanksgiving options that will leave you less stressed, and give you more time with your family.

Thanksgiving Meal Idea 1: Honey Turkey with Broccoli Cheese & Rice Side

When choosing a delivered turkey, you want to make sure you’re not sacrificing quality for an easy fix. Burger’s Smokehouse has been handling meats since the 1920’s, so you know you’re getting a high quality turkey. Their honey roasted turkey is a delicious delight that holds its own on any dinner table. Honey and brown sugar provide a sweet, tasty meat that is complimented best with delicious cheesy broccoli and rice.

Wine Pairing Hack: For a rich meal like this, bring in an aromatoc white like a dry Riesling that’s lightness will contrast perfectly with the meal.

Thanksgiving Honey Turkey
Cheesy Broccoli & Rice

Baking our honey roasted turkey is as simple as this:

  1. Let the turkey thaw in the refrigerator
  2. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and remove packaging and netting from the bird
  3. Either a) wrap the turkey tightly in foil or b) place in a baking bag and cut 2-3 slits in the bag
  4. Place the turkey in a pan and place in the oven
  5. Heat the turkey between 1-1.5 hours (the foil method may take 10-15 minutes longer)

Thanksgiving Meal Idea 2: Hickory Smoked Turkey with Cranberry Sauce and Cornbread Dressing

Adding a unique touch can be all it takes to transform your Thanksgiving meal from special to something magical. A smoked turkey is a cool way to jazz up your Thanksgiving dinner. We take a turkey, cure it, then smoke it with real Hickory wood for a subtle, smoky taste and beautiful pink color. With its smooth, sophisticated flavor, this meat is paired best with something tart, so buy some cranberry sauce and delicious cornbread dressing for a dinner that is unique, but undeniably festive.

Wine Pairing Hack: The smoky subtleties of this meal are perfect for a lighter red. Consider a nice Pinot Noir for a birght tart flavor

Smoked Thanksgiving Turkey
Tasty Cornbread Dressing

Prepare your hickory smoked turkey with these easy instructions:

  1. Let the turkey thaw in the refrigerator
  2. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and remove packaging and netting from the bird
  3. Either a) wrap the turkey tightly in foil or b) place in a baking bag and cut 2-3 slits in the bag
  4. Place the turkey in an ovenproof baking dish
  5. Bake 45-50 minutes


If you wish, our smoked turkey comes with a delicious glaze that can be broiled onto the turkey in just 2 minutes!

Thanksgiving Meal Idea 3: Thanksgiving Ham with Green Been Casserole and Cheesy Potatoes

After so many turkey meals in November, maybe you’re a little turkey-ed out. Luckily, there is another meat that is just as seasonal as our dear feathered friend. Thanksgiving hams have played second fiddle to the turkey for too long, and its long past time they became your new favorite at the table. This year, feast on an Applewood Smoked Ham paired perfectly with a tasty green bean casserole and warm cheesy potatoes Au Gratin, all part of this delicious full meal option. For a festive look, take some cranberries and pineapple and place them around your beautiful ham for a bold statement that is sure to elevate the ham to its rightful place on your dinner table. And don’t forget about dessert. Enjoy a traditional apple pie, also included, that is nothing short of delightful when warmed up. With everything ready to go, you can relax and spend time with your guests. All you have to do is heat it up and enjoy!

Wine Pairing Hack: For the salty-sweet taste of ham, you’re looking for a nice Pinot Noir or a quality Rosè.

Thanksgiving Dinner

Prepare your Ham with these easy instructions:

  1. Thaw ham completely in the refrigerator and preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. After removing the ham from its plastic bag, put it in a baking bag, and cut 2-3 slits in the top.
  3. Place the ham in a shallow pan and bake for about 1 hour.
  4. After letting the ham rest for 15 minutes, the ham is ready to go (it’s already pre-sliced!)
  5. If you want that sweet honey glaze, just brush it on the ham and broil on low for about 5 minutes!


Happy Thanksgiving!

From your friends at Figi’s we wish a happy Thanksgiving!


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