Thanks for ordering!
These offerings are slightly different from our regular WECO fare— but still just as delicious (if not more!). We’ve made everything very simple for your reheating tonight—mostly just popping things in the oven. When you pull out your turkey to rest, you can start preparing everything else. But while you’re waiting for the turkey, drink up!
It’s a holiday, after all. And yes, I mean water. It’s super important to stay hydrated. Crazy world out there, people.
Warm the mashed potatoes in the oven at 400F for 5-10 minutes, or until warm in the center. Add some butter, and mix it around in there. Butter is good. Butter is a good idea. Once they are hot, broil them on low until a nice caramelized crust forms on top. Trust me.
Pour about a half a cup of warm water into the stuffing pan, and pop it in the oven at 400F for 5-10 minutes. The bottom should be nice and gooey, and the top crispy and dry. If necessary (I think it’s necessary), broil for a few minutes after it is warmed through for some color.
Just put them in the oven at 400F! Roast till the breadcrumbs brown.
These are tricky. Thing is, as they are right now, they are cold. They would be much better if they were hot. So, we’re gonna put them in something that will make them hot. I’m sure you have one of these, it’s called an oven 😉 If you put the brussels in the oven, it will actually alter the temperature of them, in favor of taste and flavor! Couldn’t hurt to give a quick broil, too. Crispy!
Ok, put them in the oven. Yes, also at 400FWhen they’re hot, garnish with the pecans 🙂
Mac and cheese:
Goes… in… the… oven… till crumbs turn golden brown. Nice and hot. Yum.
Guess what? These go in the oven. Wouldn’t hurt to give them a quick broil as well. Broil everything.
Roasted pumpkin and squashes:
Boil these in a pot of water NO JUST KIDDING PUT THEM RIGHT IN THE OVEN!
Parsnip and celeriac mash:
This one is easy. Just pop it right in the oven! You’re gonna just want to put it right in there. Till it’s nice and hot. Right in the oven till it’s hot. Mix in the parsley oil too.
For the soups:
Warm the soups in a saucepan over low heat, stirring until they are nice and toasty. Don’t combine them (unless you want to, but I personally would avoid mixing them). Add a splash of water or two to thin the soup out to your desired consistency. Then, put it right in the oven! Just kidding 🙂
For the salads:
Pop the leaves in a bowl, season with some salt and pepper, and dress! Give it a toss, and check for seasoning. If it’s an escarole salad, crush up some hazelnuts and sprinkle them on top!
For the sauces:
Warm these in small saucepans over low heat until hot. Don’t boil or scorch them!
Thanks again for ordering! We hope you and your family have a lovely Thanksgiving!
Rachel, Gavin, Jen, and the team <3