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The holidays can be one of the most stressful times of the year. Women are busier today than at any other time in history. We are no longer wearing those high heels while we make dinner and have a martini ready for our husband when he comes home from work. We are multi-tasking masters who juggle kids, husbands, homes and careers, and do it quite well! Instead of freaking out about the holidays, we need to take a breath and relax.
There is no need to worry over cooking a huge meal for several guests, tying us to the kitchen while everyone else enjoys their holiday cheer. It is no fun to miss out on your parents enjoying time with their grand kids or you catching up with your sister who lives out of town. Instead of slaving away in the kitchen, why not take your holiday feast to go from Piccadilly Restaurants?
Take Your Holiday Feast To Go From Piccadilly Restaurant
The first Piccadilly Cafeteria opened in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1932. In 1944, T. H. Hamilton took over and now there are more than 60 restaurants and 80 food service locations all across the southeast. I remember going to a nearby Piccadilly Restaurant with my Gram for a girls day out. We would go shopping and then she would take me to lunch.
I loved that I could choose my own home cooked food, of which, the fried chicken was y favorite. If I was a good girl, I was also allowed to get a big piece of moist and delicious chocolate cake! Yummy! Why not bring that mouth watering food into your home this year instead of cooking all day? With just 36 hours notice, Piccadilly Restaurants can have your Thanksgiving or Christmas feast ready for you. They can make you a complete meal which serves 10-14, with either turkey or ham with all of the fixings. For the smaller get together of 4-6 people, they can make their Piccadilly’s Junior Holiday Feast.
Each holiday meal from Piccadilly includes a home cooked meal, sides and even dessert. If you choose to make the main entree yourself, let Piccadilly help out with your sides and dessert. Each meal is fully cooked and then refrigerated and ready for you to pick up and heat up at your convenience. Their Holiday Feast To-Go is $54.99 for Turkey or Ham.
Junior Holiday Feasts are $29.99 for Turkey and $25.99 for Ham for the perfect Holiday To-Go. If you have a friend, loved one or co-worker who may want help with their holiday cooking, you can give them a Piccadilly gift card. For every $50 you spend on a gift card through December 31, 2013, you get a $10 savings card you can use towards a Piccadilly purchase from January 1 – January 31, 2014 at participating restaurants. Be sure to like Piccadilly Restaurants on Facebook and follow @EatPiccadilly on Twitter to stay current with all the latest news!