A really busy week as we all get ready to prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday


With Thanksgiving is only two weeks away! As you start to plan your menu, the folks at Vita want to be sure you are well aware of all that they have to offer for the Thanksgiving holiday.

All the food prepared at Vita is organic and gluten free. To be sure that your order is prepared and ready for pickup, everything must be pre-ordered and paid for in advance. 

To order, call Vita at (908) 277-0009 to reserve your pie, stuffing, and delicious side dish.

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Pick up Date at Vita: Wednesday, November 27th between 10am-6pm.

Thanksgiving Menu:
• Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie
• Gluten Free Apple Pie
• Gluten Free Coconut Pie

Price: $35.00 per pie

Gluten Free Stuffing:
• Chicken Apple Sausage
• Veggie Chestnut Cranberry

Price: $50.00 per half sheet pan

•  Brussels Sprouts & Butternut Squash

Price: $35.00 per half sheet pan

Let Parkwood Diner Prepare Your Thanksgiving Dinner and Don’t Forget to Order Your Thanksgiving Pies

For $21.95 per person with a minimum of ten people, Proprietor and Manager Pete and Proprietor and Chef/Baker Tommy are awaiting your Thanksgiving order. For a mere $21.95 per person, with a minimum of ten people, you will receive:
* Fully Roasted Whole Turkey, Turkey Gravy,
Sweet Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Mac n’Cheese,
Butternut Squash, Collard Greens, Cranberry Sauce,
Turkey Soup, Pumpkin Soup Tossed Salad,
Homemade Pumpkin or Apple Pie.
Take note: Chef-Baker Tommy’s Lemon Meringue Pies are beyond magnificent and a perfect compliment to any meal. Consider serving one at your Thanksgiving dinner, or taking one to a friend or family member.
Parkwood Diner, 1958 Springfield Ave., Maplewood. Call: 973.313.3990.

Thanksgiving Special at Westfield Farmer’s Market

The Westfield Farmer’s Market ended its season in October, but the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce (GWACC) is bringing it back for a one-time only Thanksgiving Special Event on Saturday, November, 23d.
The Holiday Market will be open between 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. in its usual location at the South Ave. parking lot of the Westfield Train Station.
The market will boast plenty of Jersey Fresh produce, plus holiday essentials like pies, butter, cheese, and eggs.

Luciano’s Italian Ristorante & Lounge Thanksgiving Buffet
Breakfast Stations will serve to 4 p.m.: Omelet Station-French toast, Bacon and Sausage
Assortment of Salads and Fresh Fruit and Berry Bowl; Smoked Salmon with shaved red onions,  Fresh Mozzarella and Tomato Salad, Pasta Station; Carving and Entree Station  to include: Applesauce, Herb Basted Turkey, Steamship Round of Beef with accompaniments, Grilled Salmon and Chicken Francaise; Many Sides and A Chef’s Selections of Desserts: Seatings: 11a.m.. to 6 p.m. Cost: $32 per adult; $19 children  age 12 and under.
Luciano’s Italian Ristorante & Lounge, 1579 Main Street, Rahway. Call: 732.815.1200; www.lucianoristorante.com

Thanksgiving at Chez Catherine in Westfield
Early Turkey Lunch: Seated between Noon and 12:30 p.m. Cost: $45.00
Traditional Dinner: Time: 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. $75
Reservations Recommended: Call: 908.654.4011.
Chez Catherine: 431 North Avenue West, Westfield.
and lastly:
For those of you with absolutely no time before Thanksgiving, enjoy a great pizza, great salad, soup,  or dinner at Buona Pizza and Restaurant, 243 South Avenue East, Westfield. Call: 908.232.2066. They Deliver to your door!
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The best for a busy week.

Millicent K. Brody is an award-winning writer and photographer and a resident of Westfield, New Jersey.  Contact her at Mkbrody@aol.com

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