Let me cook your Thanksgiving

thanksgiving table

It’s Friday and this is the first weekend I’ve had off since we moved to NJ. I’m looking forward to bundling up in sweaters and exploring some cute towns in the area and getting started on some holiday shopping. Speaking of the holidays, Thanksgiving is less than 2 weeks away (!!) and while that may seem like plenty of time, now is the time to start planning. Figuring out a game plan now will ensure that you’ll get to enjoy the day and not running out to Cumberland farms to buy last minute butter (speaking from experience). I’ll be sharing some of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes next week, but if you don’t want to or just don’t have the time to plan and prepare a whole feast this year, you can have ME do it for you! I’ve put together a menu of delicious side dishes and desserts that we’ll be selling at Olsson’s. You pre-order what you need in advance, pick up your dishes on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, and then just reheat and present as needed on the big day. Check out the menu below and email me at catering[at]olssonsfinefoods[dot]com to order!

Olsson’s Cheese BoardA sophisticated and elegant spread featuring our favorite cheeses, fresh fruit, nuts, and crusty baguettes.

$100/10 people or $225/25 people

One tray serves about 6 people

Olsson’s Mac & Cheese

Made with sharp 5 year Old Quebec Cheddar and nutty French Comte

$15 tray

Potatoes Au Gratin

With Stilton blue cheese and roasted garlic

$15 tray

Creamed Swiss Chard

With bacon

$15 tray

Savory Butternut Squash Pudding

$15 tray

Sausage and Herb Stuffing

With apples and cranberries

$15 tray

 Trio of CrostiniBrussels Sprouts & Bacon, Roasted Beet & Goat Cheese, Smoky Eggplant & Ricotta

$15 tray

Fresh Cranberry Sauce

$10 quart

Butternut & Apple Soup

Garnished with pumpkin seeds

$11 quart

Cheddar Corn Chowder

Garnished with crispy bacon

$11 quart

Apple Streusel Cheesecake

Serves 14


Pumpkin Cheesecake

Serves 14


Chocolate Velvet Cheesecake

Serves 14


image via Spoon Fork Bacon


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