Keep your kitchen purify and sequence Thanksgiving to go

Cut down on a prep or stir your guest with these pre-ordered sides, desserts and more.


What to get: ACME offers a accumulation of appetizers, sides and desserts for pre-order. Italian sausage and Parmesan-stuffed mushrooms ($15 per dozen), deviled eggs with jalapeno and crispy bacon ($10 per dozen), andouille sausage smoke fritter bites with creole mustard salsa ($10 per dozen), creamy crushed red potatoes ($10 per quart, $28 per casserole), brown gravy ($6 per pint, $11 per quart), white peppers gravy ($5 per pint, $9 per quart), macaroni and cheese ($11 per quart, $30 casserole), coleslaw ($8 per quart), roasted anniversary vegetables ($12 per quart), steak chili ($12 per quart), house rolls ($7 per dozen), sourdough fritter ($4 per loaf), blueberry green cream cake ($35), key orange cake ($33), triple coconut cream cake ($33), pumpkin gingerbread cheesecake ($38) 

When to order: Order by noon before Tuesday, Nov. 21. Pickup is Nov. 22 between 11 a.m. and close.

Where to collect up: 110 Hansen Ave. S

For some-more information: 503-798-4736,


What to get: Large to-go turkey orders are accessible by a Keizer restaurant’s catering department. A $99 bottom dish that serves 8 comes with turkey, crushed potatoes, anniversary vegetables, stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy, rolls and scratch-made pumpkin pie. Guests also can supplement beer, some-more sides, Bavarian dishes and even a full primary rib to their order.

When to order: Last day to sequence is Nov. 21 

Where to collect up: Pick adult your dish during a restaurant, 6045 Keizer Station Blvd., Keizer, on Thursday; you’ll report a time when we order.

For some-more information: Call Bargarten’s catering department, 503-228-5503, or email Cullette Sommers,

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Blue Raeven

What to get: This Amity farmstand will boat your cake to your door, with flavors like apple, pecan and several varieties of Oregon berry. Pumpkin and several cream pies also are accessible for pick-up.

When to order: Place your sequence before Nov. 14! Pies boat on Mondays and Tuesdays and should be done a week in advance. For pickup, cream pie order cutoff is Nov. 17, and a fruit cake sequence deadline is Nov. 20.

Where to collect up: In a pinch, we can collect adult a cake during a farmstand, 20650 S Highway 99W in Amity. Blue Raeven pies also are accessible during several grocery stores, including Roth’s, and EZ Orchards.

For some-more information: Calling in an sequence is elite for a holidays. Call 503-835-0740. Order a cake during

Cascade Baking Company

What to get: This internal bakery will offer a accumulation of cooking rolls, including potato, buttermilk knots, rosemary, onion, multigrain, pumpkin and honeyed n’ soft. The bakery also creates dry stuffing bases, with flavors like sourdough white, sourdough wheat, sourdough rye, nation wheat, pinot noir sourdough, white and vegan white. Bread offerings embody pinot noir sourdough, pinot noir sourdough with bleu cheese/walnut, baguettes and epi baguettes. Order holiday pastries for a morning including cinnamon rolls, walnut and raisin rolls and a accumulation of croissants and scones. Certain rolls, pumpkin bars and stuffings are accessible gluten-free.

When to order: The deadline for gluten-free orders is Nov. 20. The deadline for all other orders is Nov. 21. If we forgot to order, there will be a singular preference of breads, pastries and cooking rolls on Nov. 22.

Where to collect up:  Pick adult your breads, pastries and rolls during a bakery, 229 State St.

For some-more information: Call 503-589-0491

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Roth’s Fresh Markets

What to get: 48-hour brined weak turkey fry ($34.99 for half brined turkey fry and 3 pounds of mix-and-match sides that serves 4 to 5 or $69.99 for full brined turkey fry and 6 pounds of mix-and-match sides that serves 6 to 8). Sides embody yam and butternut crush with cream cheese, buttermilk crushed potatoes with cream cheese, green bean casserole, scalloped corn with chilies, creamed spinach, apple bacon stuffing, porcini fungus gravy and cranberry fruit trio. Add a handmade pumpkin cake ($9.99) or butterflake rolls ($4.99). Orders are accessible refrigerated and need reheating when appropriate.

When to order: Order a smallest of 3 days before your preferred pick-up date. All orders contingency be picked adult before noon on Thanksgiving and can be done in-store or around phone.

Where to collect up: Any Roth’s location. In Salem, that includes 3045 Commercial St. SE, 1130 Wallace Road NW, 702 Lancaster Drive NE and 4555 Liberty Road S.

For some-more information: Call your internal Roth’s to place an order! 503-364-8449 for a Vista plcae (South Salem where Liberty and Commercial split), 503-370-3790 for West Salem, 503-370-7833 for Sunnyslope (South Salem on Liberty) and 503-585-5770 for Lancaster. More Roth’s locations and phone numbers are accessible on a website,


What to get: Order your holiday pies like triple-layer pumpkin cream or plain pumpkin from your nearest Shari’s location. You also can sequence several other Shari’s pies, including pecan, S’mores Galore or Granny’s Apple.

When to order: Anytime before Thursday

Where to collect up: Pick adult your cake during your internal Shari’s: 1270 Lancaster Drive SE, 5005 Commercial St. SE or 4998 River Road N in Keizer.

For some-more information: Visit or call your internal Shari’s: 503-581-9475 for South Salem, 503-364-4413 for Lancaster or 503-463-5597 for Keizer

Wild Pear Restaurant Catering

What to get: Roasted turkey breast ($12.50 per pound), roasted butternut squish ($12.99 per quart), Italian sausage and fungus stuffing ($12.99 per quart), russet crushed potatoes ($11.99 per quart), roasted turkey gravy ($5.99 per pint, $9.99 per quart), cranberry orange penchant ($6.99 per pint, $10.99 per quart), cauliflower and broccoli au gratin ($48, serves 8 to 10), coconut curry butternut squish soup ($11.99 per quart), Wild Pear salad ($13.99 per quart), potato rolls ($7.50 per dozen), French baguette ($4.50), decadent chocolate torte ($55, serves 14 to 16), key orange cake ($32, serves 8 to 10), pumpkin pecan mousse spicy ($32, serves 8 to 10), Wild Pear cheesecake with caramel salsa ($48, serves 12 to 14).

When to order: Order before Friday, Nov. 17, for turkey and Nov. 20 for orders but turkey. Pick-up is pre-scheduled on Nov. 22.

Where to collect up:  At a restaurant, 372 State St.

For some-more information: 503-378-7515. Check out a menu.

Willamette Valley Pie Co.

What to get: Order any dual of this internal company’s several pies for $39 (plus shipping) and have them delivered before a holiday! Flavors embody caramel apple, Marionberry dream, pumpkin sheer and more.

When to order: Order by Nov. 20! Pies boat on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Where to collect up: Pick out your cake during a sell store, 2994 82nd Ave. NE

For some-more information: Visit or 503-362-8857

Did we skip a spot? Email Brooke Jackson-Glidden or call 503-428-3528. Follow her on Twitter @jacksonglidden, or like her Facebook page

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