Order Thanksgiving dinner, and donate one too!

Posted by Delivery.com on November 16, 2012
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Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and while we can’t wait for turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie, we’re definitely more interested in enjoying dinner this year than slaving over a hot stove. Feeling the same way? We can help!

This year, you can get your Thanksgiving dinner delivered – and it will probably tast better than what you would have made yourself. Why? It’s coming from David Burke! The popular chef’s restaurant, David Burke at Bloomingdale’s is offering a complete Thanksgiving dinner on Delivery.com – and if you order it, you’ll be helping us feed those in need on Thanksgiving.

We’re teaming up with David Burke at Bloomingdale’s to donate five of these feasts to Citymeals-on-Wheels, a local organization that helps feed NYC. That donation alone will feed almost 40 people, but with your help we can do even more. For every 10 Thanksgiving orders from David Burke on Delivery.com, we’ll donate another dinner to Citymeals-on-Wheels!

Help us feed more New Yorkers this Thanksgiving. Skip the cooking and have your Thanksgiving dinner delivered this year from David Burke at Bloomingdale’s and Delivery.com!

Thanksgiving Dinner

from Davie Burke at Bloomingdales on Delivery.com


whole fresh turkey (uncooked) 10-12 pound turkey
1 quart butternut squash soup
1 quart cornbread stuffing
1 pint of turkey gravy
1 quart of mixed garden vegetables
1 pint homemade cranberry sauce
1 quart mashed sweet potatoes
burke’s turkey marinade
pint of diced carrots, celery and onions for the pan
1 dozen cheesecake lollipops
6 parker house rolls for next day sandwiches
set of disposable gloves
pan for the turkey roasting
The last day to order is Monday, November 19th! All dinners will be available for delivery only the day before Thanksgiving on Wednesday, November 21st.

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