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Deer District to sell Thanksgiving meals this holiday season

CDC issues guidance on how to celebrate Thanksgiving safely during pandemic
Posted at 11:43 AM, Nov 14, 2020

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee's Deer District will be selling Thanksgiving meals this holiday season in an effort to make things more convenient for local families.

The meals will be made by Fiserv Forum's Senior Executive Chef Kenneth Hardiman and can be ordered online on theDeer District's website.

The Thanksgiving feast serves four to six people and comes with half of a traditional herb-roasted turkey with gravy, buttery-whipped potatoes, turkey stuffing, candied sweet potatoes, green beans with mushroom cream and crisp onions, cranberry relish, field green salad, artisan rolls with ginger pear butter and pumpkin pie.

The whole meal is $150. You can also order a meal with a full turkey for an additional cost. To look at the full menu, and to place an order, click here.

"Thanksgiving is such an important time for family and we're happy to help make this holiday as delicious and convenient as possible during this challenging time," said Hardiman. "We've worked hard to curate these meals for everyone's taste, and we hope everybody has a great holiday."

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