Thanksgiving in the PCC Deli

This article was originally published in November 2015

Build an entire Thanksgiving meal with dishes from the PCC Deli, or round out your menu with a few unique sides. Our chef-prepared offerings are made from scratch using seasonal ingredients. Fully cooked, they only require reheating before serving. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll find, paired up in several delicious combinations.

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Traditional and gourmet combo

While you’ll find dishes for alternative diets in our deli as well as innovative interpretations, you’ll also find classic options that are packed with flavor and will fit right in with your traditional Thanksgiving meal. Mix and match to accompany your homemade specialties, or get everything you need so you can spend the day relaxing with friends and family. You can preorder cooked turkeys in the meat department or online.

  • Garlic Parmesan Mashed Potatoes
  • Cranberry Pecan Stuffing
  • Cranberry Orange Relish
  • Turkey Gravy

Vegan and wheat free combo

Whether you’re planning a vegetarian feast or need a couple wheat-free items to accommodate a family member, we have the dishes to help you satisfy a wide range of dietary preferences. Our helpful deli staff can assist you in the selection of items, depending on your needs. Additionally, you’ll find vegetarian entrée-style options from Field Roast and Tofurkey in the grocery department. Note: While we have wheat-free-by-recipe options we do not have allergen-free kitchens.

  • Parsnip Mashed Potatoes
  • Maple Cranberry Wild Rice
  • Roasted Brussels Sprouts
  • Mushroom Gravy

Unique and eclectic combo

Looking for something adventurous to add a little pizzazz to your holiday table? We have several offerings this year that feature seasonal ingredients prepared in fresh, new ways. Weave a few of these fun, exciting dishes into your menu for a lively culinary spread.

  • Sweet Cranberry Salad
  • Gremolata Green Beans
  • Roasted Squash and Apples with Bacon
  • Wild Mushroom and Kale Gratin

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