How to Order Christmas Dinner Delivered Right to Your Door
You don't have to lift a finger or leave home—and everyone will think it's homemade.
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Between perfecting your creative gift wrapping and decorating the tree, it can be hard to find time to plan, prep and serve your big holiday meal. Luckily, this modern world offers plenty of clever solutions so you won’t have to lift a finger. You can order Christmas dinner delivered right to your door thanks to these genius companies.
All that’s left to do is set the table and heat up the mouth-watering, chef-developed dishes. Heck, you can even top it all off with online Christmas cookie delivery if you’re looking to take all the work off your plate. Here are some of our favorite ways to order Christmas dinner shipped right to your doorstep.
Williams Sonoma Complete Free Range Turkey Dinner
This mouth-watering complete Christmas meal for up to eight people comes with everything you’ll need to make the merriest memories. It includes a ready-to-roast free-range turkey, traditional green bean casserole with creamy Gruyère sauce, sweet yam casserole and a nutty pecan pie your guests will write home about. It’s one of the best last-minute Christmas dinner ideas when you suddenly remember it’s your turn to host.
Cochon Butcher Cajun Grande Boucherie Feast
Have a big family or are you expecting extra guests this year? You’ll really wow them when you order Christmas dinner from Cochon Butcher, a New Orleans-based meat seller known for its authentic Cajun flavors and elevated seasonings.
The Cajun Grande Boucherie Feast serves 12 to 14 hungry holiday bellies. It includes two pounds of the brand’s famous Chaurice sausage, three pounds of Boudin in the form of a full dozen links, and two pounds of Cajun smoked links. You’ll revel in the additional miracle of a pound of Andouille, two smoked pork chops that weigh roughly a pound each, and one Jambalaya-rice-stuffed chicken weighing in at three pounds.
All you’ll need to do is prepare some veggies on the side (you can order grocery delivery for that) to complete the full Christmas dinner miracle.
Legal Seafoods Santa Claws Lobster Dinner Kit
The cute name alone is reason enough to order this lobster feast for four. This festive meal features an all-lobster menu, including a stick-to-your-ribs crème de la crème lobster bisque, decadent lobster mac and cheese and top-of-the-line 1.5-pound cooked lobsters. This mouth-watering box also makes one of the best food gifts for family and friends celebrating in far-flung places.
Omaha Steaks Prime Rib Feast
This prime rib feast for up to eight people comes with everything you’ll need to satisfy the jolliest bellies this Christmas. It includes a four-pound boneless heart of prime rib roast, eight individually portioned scalloped potatoes and four packages of green bean casserole. You’ll also get tons of extras like baguettes with garlic butter and gourmet cheesecakes. Plus, shipping is fast and free!
Harry & David Create-Your-Own Turkey Feast
Impress your guests with a full roasted turkey and your choice of appetizers, two bestselling sides and one dessert. When you order Harry & David’s Christmas dinner for eight to 10 guests, you’ll also receive cranberry sauce and gravy. All you’ll need to do is heat, serve and make new treasured memories.
Pittman & Davis Christmas Buffet Box
Get ready to really impress your guests, because this affordable Christmas buffet box from Pittman & Davis offers plenty of delicious dishes. Choose between ham or turkey as the main dish, plus get King Comice pears, sweet Fuji apples, imported Havarti cheese, crave-worthy stout mustard and salted almonds. Whip up a quick side salad, slice ripe tomatoes drizzled with olive oil or heat a potato dish and voila—Christmas dinner is served!
Cajun Ed’s Turducken with Cajun Cornbread Stuffing
If you’ve been looking for an excuse to try a conversation-starting turducken, let Christmas dinner be it. This Frankenfowl turducken from Cajun Ed’s is the real deal thanks to a careful layering of de-boned turkey stuffed with boneless duck and chicken. It’s packed in with Cajun cornbread stuffing and seasoned generously to offer some of the boldest Christmas food you’ve seen. It ships free right to your door so the hard work is done for you.
Citarella Joe’s Raw Bar
You’ll dance for joy when this over-the-top Joe’s raw bar for eight arrives packed in ice at your door. The package comes with two dozen Wellfleet oysters pre-shucked with shells on the side, two dozen Little Neck clams served the same way, two pounds of large cooked shrimp, four steamed lobsters and so much king and stone crab you’ll want to dip yourself in butter.
Don’t worry, Citarella sends butter, lemon and cocktail sauce in the package, too. Plus, you’ll get a tin of American caviar, crème fraîche and mouth-watering blinis to boot.
Williams Sonoma Three Days of Vegetarian Entrées
There’s no reason vegetarians should be left out of the cheer that comes from ordering Christmas dinner online, which is why this Williams Sonoma Three Days of Vegetarian Entrées is just the ticket. It comes with three ready-to-eat vegetarian dishes including a lasagna, Zuni stew and polenta that are so full of flavor that even the carnivores at the table will ask for seconds.
Momofuku Whole Bo Ssäm Dinner
Put a creative spin on this year’s meal and order Christmas dinner for eight to 10 people direct from one of New York’s most popular Asian eateries, Momofuku. The whole Bo Ssäm meal comes with a pork shoulder cured in salt and sugar overnight before being slowly roasted for nearly the whole day. Don’t worry—all you’ll have to do is reheat it in your oven.
A fried rice kit is also included, but reviewers and the chef both recommend rolling pieces of this savory-sweet pork in lettuce leaves for a refreshing twist.
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