Fall is in full swing and there’s a sense of revelry in the air. In the blink of an eye—it will be New Year’s Eve, but before that there are so many good times to be had, gifts to be opened, wines to be sipped, and so much fun to be had!
1. Whole Foods
From antibiotic-free free, organic, non-GMO Project verified and GAP-rated turkeys to wine pairings, Whole Foods has the people and recipes to help. You can order full gourmet Thanksgiving dinners from any of the Seattle Whole Foods stores for day-of-pick-up. They also provide vegan, gluten-free and paleo options! This healthy and easy option gives you the opportunity to spend quality time with your family, instead of rushing to the grocery store this weekend, spending days prepping, and getting stuck in the kitchen all of Thursday. Whole Foods uses the freshest and most quality ingredients resulting in a nutritious and delicious dinner.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with delicious feasts on November 26th.
Diners are invited to relieve seasonal stress this year and let a professional take care of the cooking (and cleaning) duties for holiday feasts. Several of Seattle’s favorite restaurants will be open and serving delicious Thanksgiving dinners on November 26. Menus range from traditional American holiday dishes, including turkey, sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie, to delicious turkey day alternatives, such as smoked salmon, shepherd’s pie and specialty pastas. Restaurants will offer kid-friendly menus, gluten-free options, vegan dishes and more.
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Let Whole Foods Market help you enjoy more time with loved ones, with less time in the kitchen. Order online
Start the festive season at Whole Foods with this health-conscious tasting event.
On Thursday, Nov. 10, Whole Foods would like to give thanks to the sense of taste. From 5 to 8 p.m., all five Whole Foods locations in the Seattle area will host a public tasting event to showcase many, many reasons to be gracious this holiday season.