A relaxing thanksgiving!
It goes without saying that Thanksgiving is one of the highlights of the year, but it must be said that whoever is landed with the task of cooking the food, it can easily turn out to be a day of stress and sweat!
It is absolutely fine if you have someone in your family who relishes the task of preparing a meal for a large number of people but for many, the preparation and cooking of the food can bring them out in a cold sweat and it is most definitely not something that they are able to look forward to.
If you can identify with this problem you will be delighted to know that the White Clay Creek Country Club at Delaware Park have come up with something which will enable the whole family to enjoy Thanksgiving for what it is, and spend a relaxing day with their family.
The wonderfully named ‘Thanksgiving to go’ basically means that you can order a fantastic meal which is prepared by White Clay creek’s highly talented chefs and then simply pick it up and serve it to your family at home.
‘Thanksgiving to go’ is very reasonably priced with a 10 – 12lb turkey which will serve 6 – 8 people costing only $130 and a 16 – 18lb turkey which will serve up to 12 people costing only $150.
All of the trimmings are included such as roasted garlic and herb smashed potatoes, cranberry and orange relish and green bean casserole, with other side dishes as well as seafood available as optional extras.
Visit the 18-hole Delaware Golf “White Clay Creek” course at the White Clay Creek Country Club facility in Wilmington, Delaware, located at Delaware Park.
The pickup point for the ‘Thanksgiving to go’ offer will be from the At The Rails restaurant at Delaware Park but remember that on this particular day the restaurant will be open for these pickups only.
The demand for this fantastic offer will no doubt be very high so it is highly recommended that you get your order in as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. All that is then left for you and your family to do is to look forward to a relaxing Thanksgiving instead of slaving away in the kitchen.
How about enjoying this Thanksgiving instead of spending it slaving away in a hot kitchen?