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Have Your Thanksgiving Feast Delivered to Your Door From RSVP Catering

With the holidays right around the corner, we’re feeling a glimmer of excitement — but we’re also very, very tired.

It’s been quite the year, so if you’re not in the mood to prepare a whole Thanksgiving feast this year, we get it. Also, with many families cancelling travel plans and get-togethers due to COVID, is it really worth spending an entire day in the kitchen for just a few people?

If you’re hemming and hawing over what to do, consider keeping things simple this year with RSVP Catering’s curated holiday meals — delivered straight to your doorstep.

Whether you’re a Thanksgiving party of two or you’re feeding your whole family, you can order anything from individual meals to entire spreads, featuring roasted turkey or cajun fried turkey with stuffing and gravy.

Or, hey, if you’d rather just fill up on sides and desserts this year, no one will judge. Go all out with deep-dish corn custard, mac ‘n’ cheese, pimento mashed potatoes, butternut squash apple bisque and sweet potato biscuits. Finish the meal with apple crisp cheesecake, a rustic pear tart or pumpkin butterscotch cookies — or all of the above.

RSVP Catering has a ton of options, including gluten-free, plant-based and keto-friendly dishes.

This is also a simple way to share some love and appreciation this year. If you can’t get together with family, friends or coworkers, you can send them a holiday meal, dessert or even a whole turkey — anything to brighten their day.

RSVP Catering is making Thanksgiving deliveries throughout the DMV area, so head over to its website to check out the menu (fair warning: it’ll make you hungry!) and place your order.

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