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Tired of cooking a feast for every holiday? Relax and support a local restaurant by ordering food to-go to enjoy with the family! Holiday can be stress-free with the help of local restaurants. Check out the restaurants’ websites for the latest information on what they’re whipping up for you to enjoy this season.

Bleu Duck Kitchen

You know and love Bleu Duck Kitchen for their innovative menu featuring seasonal ingredients. This year, try their gourmet holiday food take-out! With their delectable take on classic entrees, you can’t go wrong with their take-and-bake entrees to serve at home.

Cameo

Cameo dresses up classic herb roasted turkey and sliced ham and pairs them with mouthwatering side dishes, including apple, cranberry and sausage stuffing, delicata squash, kale salad, green beans and more. Order your take and bake meal in advance, then pick it up to prepare and serve on the special day.

Mr. Pizza North

Want something other than pie for dessert? How about the best cheesecake in Rochester? Mr. Pizza North offers a variety of flavors all created in-house. They are to-die-for and perfect for sharing with the whole family!

Old Abe Coffee Co.

Cure your holiday food coma with Old Abe Coffee Co.’s cold brew concentrate jugs!

Blossom Hill Orchard

Order your holiday pies ahead of time from this women-owned orchard in Preston. You’ll find the most amazing apple or pumpkin pies baked by Chef Hilary. Blossom Hill Orchard creates beautiful pies with organic ingredients grown right on their farm. It really doesn’t get any better than that. Tip: Pair the pies with vanilla ice cream from Kappers Big Red Barn in Chatfield, if you’re driving down from Rochester to get the goodies.

Cooking Your Own

Order a fresh turkey from Moenning Meats at Rochester Farmers Market! They are the only ones who offer turkey at Rochester Farmers Market, and they also have ham available.

You can also find prime rib, rack of lamb, and ham with Hidden Stream Farm, or ask O’Neill Family Farm about their holiday specials.

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Born and raised in Taiwan by a picky-eater dad and a mom who’ll try anything, Tiffany has tasted a world of flavors. Through traveling, she learned the relationship between food and culture, and the importance of supporting locals. Tiffany currently works as a food photographer, blogger, and occasional artist and designer. You can visit choochoocachew.com to learn more about her foods.

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