Thanksgiving Takeout

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I’ve been getting several e-mails about the takeout options for Thanksgiving. I’ll pass them along as they come. This one’s from Valley at The Garrison in Garrsion.

THANKSGIVING TAKE-OUT
Serve up a Thanksgiving feast prepared by our chefs at Valley Restaurant!  Selection of brined and roasted organic turkey, glazed ham, stuffing, shrimp cocktail, squash soup, salads, yams, celery root puree, gravies and sauces, and more. DELICIOUS house-made pies, crisps, cookies and tarts.  For full menu and order form, go to the home page of our web site.

The 411 on The Garrison. 

After the jump, info on holiday parties.

HOLIDAY PARTIES  – Fabulous Food & Views
Our Holiday Buffet Reception includes a selection of seven hot and cold hors-d’oeuvres, a carving station with roast sirloin and turkey, rolls and sauces, wild mushroom risotto, salads, Italian station with baked rigatoni and herb & garlic meatballs, a station of house-made desserts with pies and cakes, and much more!  Four- hour open bar.

Price per person: $75 (150 – 200 guests); $85 (100 – 149 guests); $95 (50 – 99 guests), plus tax and gratuity.
Full menu on home page of our website:
www.thegarrison.com
Call for available dates: (845) 424-3604 ext. 30 or 14
THE GARRISON
2015 Route 9
Garrison, New York 10524

Telehone:
845.424.3604

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Liz Johnson is content strategist for The Journal News and lohud.com, and the founding editor of lohudfood, formerly know as Small Bites. As food editor, she won awards from the New York News Publishers Association, the Association of Food Journalists and the Associated Press. She lives in Nyack with her husband and daughter on a tiny suburban lot they call their farm — with fruit trees, an herb garden, and a yardful of lettuce, tomatoes, onions, shallots, cucumbers, zucchini, radishes, cabbage, peppers, Brussels sprouts and carrots and four big blueberry bushes.

3 Comments

  1. Just a funny story – one year I decided to cut corners and order my turkey and fixings done ahead of time. I ordered my turkey – which was supposed to be cooked ahead as well as the fixinings. Instructions were to hear for 1 hour. Viola – the turkey was raw – side dishes were awful – and we celebrated thanksgiving the next day. My kids made me promise never to order out again.

  2. The funniest part of the message above is the typo: ‘Instructions were to hear for 1 hour’ – maybe that’s what she did!! No wonder it tasted awful. Whatcha say??
    Reminder that there are chefs who will come to your home the day before Thanksgiving and cook up a feast (talking about typos, I just wrote ‘fist’)for you to heat up. You can taste everything as it is being prepared. Thanksgiving is lots about home and home-cooking. I just came back from a restaurant supply store and could hardly find the quality of items I use to cook with since restaurants don’t have to list their ingredients. And what would Thanksgiving be without a dish that you totally forgot about and discover still cooking the next day. Talk about the next day — that’s some of the best eating — it’s worth making the meal just for the leftovers, don’t you think. Dan Dan Turkey is my fave!
    Gobble, Gobble OR Gobbledegook!!

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