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 Post subject: Austin - Prepared Holiday Meals?
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:43 pm 
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My family informed me that there will be no cooking at Christmas this year and that Alex and I need to find some sort of prepared holiday meal option. In the past I've done Whole Foods, but I'm pretty sick of it. I saw that Wheatsville does holiday meals, so are those any good? Does anyone know of any restaurants or other grocery stores that do that sort of thing?

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 Post subject: Re: Austin - Prepared Holiday Meals?
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 1:08 am 
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Wheatsville > whole foods. I love everything there. Counter culture did a thanksgiving meal but I don't know about Christmas. Same with Happy Vegan Baker. You might check directly with Green Island Catering they do readymade meals in general now and I bet even if they weren't doing a Xmas thing they would make you something. Also Casa de Luz was open doing a holiday meal for thanksgiving so they might be open on Christmas if you feel like you have to get out of the house.

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 Post subject: Re: Austin - Prepared Holiday Meals?
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Just get a pie from Cap City. Everyone will be jealous. But yes, Stephanie is smart.

Assuming I can find a Chinese restaurant open, that's what I'll be eating.


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Just get a pie from Cap City. Everyone will be jealous. But yes, Stephanie is smart.

Assuming I can find a Chinese restaurant open, that's what I'll be eating.

Personally, I'd rather eat Indian, but I think my family would look at us funny if we brought curry to Christmas dinner.

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For real on the pies, she did some mini pies for Thanksgiving, so you can get a personal sized one.


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Pie, check. I'll check with Counter Culture to see if they're doing Christmas meals, but if not I bet Wheatsville will do the trick.

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