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Take-out for Thanksgiving

If you don’t want to cook this Thanksgiving, let local businesses help you out. Photo courtesy Flickr/Kimberly Vardeman

If you don’t want to cook this Thanksgiving, let local businesses help you out. Photo courtesy Flickr/Kimberly Vardeman

Broad Street Baking Co. (4465 Interstate 55 N., Suite 101, 601-362-2900, broadstbakery.com)

Broad Street's menu for Thanksgiving includes baked goods such as caramel-apple king cake, decorated sugar cookies in fall leaf, pumpkin and turkey patterns, apple-raisin bars, and chocolate-chip pumpkin bread. For its catering menu, Broad Street has dishes such as curried butternut-squash bisque; BRAVO!'s signature spinach-and-goat cheese salad, andouille dressing, spinach casserole, fried turkey breast, a rustic deep-dish quiche, pumpkin, pecan and sweet potato pies, and more. Broad Street also has gluten-sensitive options such as honey-bourbon carrots, corn maque choux, cheese grits, gluten-sensitive chocolate-chip cookies and more. Customers can make orders until Sunday, Nov. 20, and pick up their selections on Wednesday, Nov. 23, by 2 p.m. The restaurant will be closed Thursday, Nov. 24.

Crazy Cat Eat Up (4500 Interstate 55 N., Suite 173, 601-957-1441)

For its Thanksgiving catering menu, Crazy Cat has savory dishes such as a Coca-Cola-glazed ham, cornbread dressing, Mississippi sweet-potato puree and yellow squash casserole, and desserts such as bread pudding, chocolate chip-bourbon-pecan pie, Snickers cobbler, spiced-apple cake with a caramel glaze and more. Crazy Cat will take orders until it can't any more. Pick-up will be the day before Thanksgiving, Wednesday, Nov. 23, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Grant's Kitchen (2847 Lakeland Dr., Flowood, 601-665-4764, grantskitchen.com)

Grant's offers two Thanksgiving packages for with anywhere from seven to 20 servings people that includes a half or whole roasted turkey (depending on the package), two sides, cornbread dressing and two pies, as well as sweet potato or corn casseroles, desserts and other menu options that are available individually. Customers can get vegetables and sides in pints, quarts, half gallons and gallons. For pricing, visit grantskitchen.com. Pick up is Wednesday, Nov. 23.

McDade's Market (Multiple locations, mcdadesmarkets.com)

This Thanksgiving, McDade's has gallon-sized sides such as cornbread dressing, turnip greens, candied yams, macaroni and cheese, and more, each for $19.99. The markets also have sweet potato or pumpkin pies for $3.99. It also has turkey or ham dinner options that feed eight to 10 people and include cornbread dressing, a 32-ounce side such as broccoli-and-rice or green-bean casseroles; and include items such as a pumpkin pie and a dozen dinner rolls. McDade's will take orders for the dinners through this weekend.

Hickory Pit (1491 Canton Mart Road)

For Thanksgiving, Hickory Pit offers items such as smoked turkey, desserts, ribs and sides. For more information, call 601-956-7079.

Whole Foods Market (4500 Interstate 55 N., 601-608-0405, wholefoodsmarket.com)

For Thanksgiving, Whole Foods has dishes such as a smoked turkey, Gardein holiday roast and herb-roasted turkey breast. It also has dinner packages for that serve anywhere from four to eight people. One of the packages include a roasted turkey breast dinner for four people that includes homestyle mashed potatoes, herb stuffing, cranberry orange relish and turkey gravy. The turkey dinners for six to eight people include a green-bean casserole, in addition to the other items and the turkey. Whole Foods also has other dinners such as a prime-rib one, a spiral-sliced ham one and a vegan dinner for one. Whole Foods has other items such as Sriracha chicken wontons, Maryland-style crab cakes and apple pie. To order, visit wholefoodsmarket.com.

Primos Cafe (2323 Lakeland Drive; Flowood; 515 Lake Harbour Drive, Ridgeland)

For Thanksgiving, Primos offers a dinner package that serves 10 to 12 people. It includes a whole turkey or ham, cornbread dressing, giblet gravy, a large vegetable such as sweet-potato casserole, cranberry sauce, dinner rolls, and a choice of pies, including lemon ice box pie and sweet potato pie. Pecan pie costs extra. Primos also has a breakfast menu, which includes items such as pancake batter in a quart, cheese grits in a pint or quart and cinnamon rolls, and a holiday office catering menu. For more information about the catering menus, call Primos at 601-898-3600 (Ridgeland) or 601-936-3398 (Flowood).

Rainbow Co-op (2807 Old Canton Rd., 601-366-1602)

Rainbow Cooperative and High Noon Cafe will both be closed on Thanksgiving Day. However, it will be taking pre-orders for organic and free-range turkeys as well as Tofurky, vegetarian field roasts and more. Customers can pick up their order at any time during normal business hours until Nov. 23.

Sugar Magnolia Takery (5417 Highway 25, Flowood, 601-992-8110)

Sugar Magnolia Takery will have a full holiday menu that includes asparagus casserole, butter beans, turkey, spiral-cut ham, dressing and cranberry salsa. The restaurant will accept orders until Monday, Nov. 21.

Olivia's Food Emporium (820 Highway 51, Madison, 601-898-8333, oliviasfoodemporium.com)

Olivia's Food Emporium has a holiday menu with meats such as smoked or fried turkey, smoked pork tenderloin and Cajun stuffed turdukens; cornbread dressing; sides such as green-bean, casserole and sweet-potato casseroles; appetizers such as pimiento cheese, chicken salad, salsa and black-bean salsa; breakfast items such as breakfast casserole and bacon-and-cheese quiche; Sugaree's cakes in flavors such as caramel and red velvet; and pies such as lemon ice box and Hershey. Olivia's has a meal plan that can serve 10 to 12, and the business can also do corporate deliveries for 15 or more people. Thanksgiving orders must be placed by Friday, Nov. 18, and must be picked up by Wednesday, Nov. 23, at 2 p.m.

CHAR Restaurant (4500 Interstate 55 N., Suite 142, 601-956-9562, charrestaurant.com)

The menu includes butter beans, smashed sweet potatoes, cornbread dressing and whole pecan pie. Customers should place orders by Nov. 21 and pick the food up by Nov. 23.

Table 100 (100 Ridge Way, Flowood, 601-933-2720, tableonehundred.com)

Table 100 offers chicken or turkey meal packages for 10 to 12 people with dressing and gravy, cranberry relish and a choice of either two pumpkin pies or bread pudding. The chicken package is $149.95, and the turkey package is $169.95. Customers can also order four whole sweet tea-brined chickens for $49.95 or one whole sweet tea-brined hickory smoked turkey for $69.95. Sides include green-bean casserole, glazed carrots, macaroni and cheese, roaster cauliflower and more, and dessert is pumpkin pie or bread pudding. Orders must be placed by Thursday, Nov. 17, at 4 p.m., and pick up is Wednesday, Nov. 23.

Cookin' Up a Storm (1491 Canton Mart Road, 601-957-1166)

Cookin' Up a Storm will have a full holiday menu that includes stuffing with sage sausage, pecans and apples; scalloped pineapple casserole; corn; vodka and coffee liqueur-chocolate cake; and mini cinnamon rolls. The restaurant will accept orders until Friday, Nov 18. Cookin' Up a Storm will be open Wednesday, Nov. 23, until 2 p.m. and will be closed Nov. 24-27.

Chimneyville Smokehouse (970 High St., 601-354-4665, chimneyville.com)

For Thanksgiving, Chimneyville has a menu of with items such as smoked or fried turkey, smoked ham, cornbread dressing, macaroni and cheese, and cranberry sauce. Delivery to offices or homes is available.

The Strawberry Cafe (107 Depot Drive, Madison, 601-856-3822, strawberrycafemadison.com)

For Thanksgiving, Strawberry Cafe will offer a special family feast package. With it, customers have a choice of pork loin with an orange-honey and rosemary demi glaze or a glazed boneless ham; herbed cornbread dressing or oyster cornbread dressing; a choice of three sides such as seasonal salad, green-bean casserole, baked apples, sweet potatoes with candied walnuts, potatoes au gratin, or macaroni and cheese; a homemade cranberry sauce; dinner rolls; and caramel pie. The package feeds 10 to 12 people. The deadline for orders is Sunday, Nov. 20.

The Manship Wood Fired Kitchen (1200 N. State St., 601-398-4562)

The Manship's holiday catering menu has meats such as a whole turkey (smoked or fried) or a maple-glazed duroc pork shoulder; sides such as pork and cabbage dressing; corn casserole; braised greens; and pumpkin and pecan pies. The deadline for ordering is Nov. 18, and customers should pick orders up on Nov. 23.

The Pig & Pint (3139 N. State St., 601-326-6070, pigandpint.com)

The Pig & Pint has meat such as smoked turkey, smoked Angus brisket and whole Boston butt; sides such as collard greens, Momma Hutcheson's cornbread dressing and comeback cole slaw; pecan wood-smoked gravy, Mississippi "sweet" barbecue sauce or Carolina mustard for sauces; and bananas Foster pudding and white chocolate-and-cranberry bread pudding for desserts. Order must be placed by 4 p.m., Friday, Nov. 18, and must be picked up by Wednesday, Nov. 23.

Hal & Mal's (200 Commerce St., 601-948-0888)

For Thanksgiving, Hal & Mal's has turkeys and pork butts; sides such as andouille dressing, dirty rice, corn maque choux and turnip greens; and pastries and bread such as apple pie and corn bread. Orders must be placed by 2 p.m. on Nov. 18 and must be picked up on Nov. 23 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

King Edward Hotel (235 W. Capitol St., 601-353-5464)

For Thanksgiving, the King Edward has an a la carte menu that includes Creole turkey gumbo and sweet-potato bisque; meats such as herb-encrusted pork loin, and candied-molasses and orange-glazed ham; breads such as skillet rolls and hot-water cornbread with molasses butter; sides such as cranberry-ginger relish and a fall roasted-vegetable blend; and desserts such as bourbon-, caramel- and white-chocolate bread pudding. Orders must be placed by Friday, Nov. 18, and customers should pick them up on Wednesday, Nov. 23. For more information, call 601-969-8537.

To see and add more holiday eating options, visit jfp.ms/thanksgiving2016.

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