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FatsB Oct 26, 2013 11:23 AM

Hey All - Kitchen is being remodeled and no cooking this Thanksgiving... Looking to pick up a full meal from somewhere preferably in the La Canada/ Pasadena / Glendale area, any suggestions on the best places that offer all the fixings for pick up?

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  1. ElsieDee Oct 27, 2013 10:09 PM

    We've done Gelsns in the past but everything had yo be reheated. Same for Auntie Em's in Eagle Rock. Will you be able to reheat?

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      ilysla Oct 27, 2013 10:40 PM

      I've used Honeybaked b/f and found it tasty enough. Back when the Langham Huntington was known as the Ritz-Carlton, they used to offer a delicious (and pricey) prepared Thanksgiving meal.

      1. mrshankly Oct 28, 2013 05:11 PM

        I think I saw a sign at Black Cow Cafe in Montrose this weekend with a pre-ordered Thanksgiving meal package. I don't remember the details but it sounded like what you might be looking for. Give them a call for details.

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          Fru Oct 28, 2013 05:59 PM

          Frank's Famous Kitchen
          http://www.franksfamous.com/menus/Tha...
          Hands down better than the 3 suggestions so far.

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            mrshankly Oct 28, 2013 06:51 PM

            I've never tried Frank's but it sounds like a good deal. How is their regular menu? Any recommendations?

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              happybaker Oct 28, 2013 07:47 PM

              No turkey experience but my neighbor gets sandwich platters from them for every holiday - and they are GREAT.

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                Fru Oct 28, 2013 08:45 PM

                Well, everything I have ever had there is very good. And by good, I mean, I couldn't make it better myself, and I pride myself on being a good home cook. I haven't done Thanksgiving but I have been there for Mother's Day. Their quiches, mac n' cheese--all their sandwiches...I love the Dutch crunch rolls! Their dressings are home made. I used to use them to cater events at my son's previous elementary school when I was in charge of hospitality. People were always coming up to me asking where I got the food. So, I can honestly say that they know how to put a meal together. There was a Frank once upon a time but it is owned by Roger and Tracy. Roger is Cordon Bleu trained. Talk to Tracy. I can't guaranty that they can accommodate special requests but give it a shot. Their website is accurate, everything they say is true. They also sell Dr Bob's ice cream and an interesting variety of sodas. Their baked goods are delicious too!

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              happybaker Oct 28, 2013 07:56 PM

              My dream is to get a whole, deep fried turkey with chinese sticky rice instead of stuffing for my Thanksgiving.

              Rumor has it that fu-shing in Pasadena does that. Can't find a full confirm online but, they do offer a deep fried whole chicken as a daily option, so maybe my hopes are true.

              http://www.fu-shing.com/menu_luncheon...

              I guess I'm just going to have to call them!

              1. Savour Oct 29, 2013 03:15 PM

                You might try Bristol Farms in South Pas ...

                1. perk Oct 29, 2013 08:30 PM

                  Auntie Em's is in Eagle Rock....and very good.

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