What is the point of Thanksgiving?

This appeared in StyleBluePrint in November 2014. By 

StyleBlueprint Williamson County have the right idea when it comes to Thanksgiving. Grab your Wonder Woman cape and order some better-than-homemade for Thanksgiving. Then you can relax and enjoy your family. (The whole point of the holiday, right?)

Holiday takeout used to be taboo, but with so many restaurants offering options as good (or better!) as your own culinary creations, why not save some energy, step away from the kitchen and actually enjoy your family? From turkey with all of the fixings to a few sides to augment your meal, there are options galore to help you feed the masses. And if you want everyone to think you are truly Wonder Woman (you are, by the way!), just put these almost-like-homemade goodies in your own casserole dishes and no one will be the wiser.

Thanksgiving meals are available for take-out at places like Puckett's.

Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant

(615) 794-5527 • puckettsgrocery.com

Would you like that turkey fried, smoked or traditional? How about a dizzying array of homestyle casseroles like green bean or sweet potato? Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant offers all of the great, down-home essentials for Thanksgiving. A large turkey, roasted or smoked, is $75, fried turkey is $90. Sides, like corn bread dressing and corn pudding, are $9.99 each and feed six to eight people, while a serving for 15 to 20 is $24.99. Not a turkey lover? Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant also offers smoked prime rib, ham, pork and baby back ribs. Order turkeys by Saturday, Nov. 22. Click here for details.