Holiday Turkey Dinner with Zoës Kitchen
If there is something you should know about me, it is that I love Zoës Kitchen. If I could eat at one restaurant for the rest of my life it would absolutely be Zoës. I am not sure if I should admit this or not, but up to this point, I have only tried one entree. One! I get the same thing, the chicken kabobs with salad, every single time. And of course I have had the hummus because you can’t go to Zoës without getting hummus.
A few weeks ago I had the privilege to attend a holiday event hosted by Zoës. I know, it’s hard to believe it’s time to talk about the holidays already but today is November 1st so ready or not it’s that time of year. It was such a treat to be invited to get a sneak peek of Zoës Holiday menu. This is the first year that Zoës has offered their holiday turkey dinner and I got to taste each of the items on the menu which were absolutely delicious. The seasoning and spices they use is just my favorite and it’s so nice to eat a healthy holiday meal and not feel like a slug afterwards.
The Holiday Turkey Dinner serves 8-10 people and includes the Moroccan citrus roasted turkey breast, potato salad, green beans, cranberry chutney and chocolate cake. You want to know my favorite part? It was the turkey! I wish I could eat it every day.
The dinner is available to order on their website here and it’s the perfect meal for any holiday gathering you are hosting. You can pick-up the meal or have it delivered for $15 and all that you have to do is heat it up. So not only is it delicious, but so easy too! It made me realize what a blessing it is to purchase the food instead of spending hours upon hours preparing the food. This way, you will actually have the opportunity to enjoy the friends and family you might rarely see. Also, can we just all agree that this option takes relieves so much holiday stress too?
Not only did I get to eat from their holiday menu, but I also got to meet the executive chef of Zoës. What an absolute honor it was to hear more about the inspiration of the menu and to hear his story. I can’t say I have met many chefs, but what I enjoyed the most was his passion for what he does.
Now I want to hear from you. If you have eaten at Zoës, what is your favorite menu item? And if you haven’t, what is holding you back? Are you hosting friends or family over the next two months and if so, would you consider ordering the holiday menu?
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