Has anyone ever eaten a prepared Turkey meal from Lucky for Thanks giving?
We have been sick so I don't have the energy to cook.There are only 3 of us.Has anyone ever tried one of these? I don't want to waste $ on something inedible.
I wouldn't -- maybe the turkey would be okay, but the sides are undoubtedly made with lots of transfats, high-fructose corn syrup, etc. Maybe just wait until you've all recovered and can enjoy a nice meal.
We tried a Lucky's prepared turkey meal a long time ago & it was really inedible, don't waste your money on it.
I have a friend who eats at Boston Market when he's solo. If you don't fuss about calorie and sodium counts, the food is actually quite tasty. Their format is bird + upick sides. I'm sure you could get an easy TDay meal from them.
I would bet the Lucky's dinner is better than most people here would expect, but you would still do better with Whole Foods, Molly Stones, or Plutos amongst other choices. All will have last minute dinners available. If you google around, there are a great number of options for prepared meals. Trader Joe's is also offering a precooked turkey, and frozen sides. The sides are pretty good, and the turkey only requires another hour of cooking.