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Friday, December 20, 2013

A Creative Holiday To-Go Feast

This post brought to you by Piccadilly Restaurants. All opinions are 100% mine.

In less then a week it is Christmas and we are so looking forward to seeing and spending time with our grandchildren and our daughters. They all have their own lives and it is difficult getting them all together, but Christmas dinner at our house is a given. Everyone knows that and tries their best to attend.

It usually means I will be spending quite some time in the kitchen prepare something scrumptious. That requires coordination, is rather stressful, and takes away precious time which I could be spending with my loved ones.

This year however I am in a bind; many of our family, including yours truly, are sick. The flu and a severe cold are wreaking havoc on us and I would have neither the energy, nor any idea how to get the needed groceries and prepare our meal.

Thanks to Piccadilly I don't have to worry about all that. With over 60 restaurants and 80 food service locations all across the southeast, these comfortable, home-style, family-friendly restaurants offer something that will please everyone's taste buds.

We can even enjoy Piccadilly’s home-style favorites and desserts at home with the Holiday To-Go Feasts. Whether we desire an entire meal, or just side-dishes and/or desserts, we can simply make our choice à la carte and pick it up.

Savory turkey or delicious ham with all the trimmings included, ordered at least 36 hours in advance of pickup date, will serve 10 to 14 guests and this Holiday Feast To-Go costs only $54.99.

For a group consisting of 4 to 6 people the Junior Holiday Feasts will be more then adequate. These are $29.99 for turkey and $25.99 for ham. Everything is fully cooked and refrigerated. All we have to do is heat it.

For more information and updates you really should like Piccadilly Restaurants on Facebook and follow @EatPiccadilly on Twitter. When you do, you will discover that there are Piccadilly gift cards available, tied to a special Holiday savings offer.

Every $50 you spend on gift cards from now through December 31, 2013 will result in a $10 savings card which can be used towards a Piccadilly purchase from January 1 through January 31, 2014 at participating restaurants.

It is a great idea getting our Holiday fixings from Piccadilly this year. It saves time and energy which can be dedicated to the family and with me being sick, Piccadilly may just have saved our Christmas dinner with their ingenious, creative Holiday To-Go Feasts!

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Blogger audrey` said...

Have a Merry and Blessed Christmas, Lieve Zus :)

Tuesday, December 24, 2013 5:41:00 AM  
Blogger Corry said...

And the same to you and yours, lieve zus!

God's Grace.

Tuesday, December 24, 2013 8:01:00 AM  

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