Order Thanksgiving To Go from Prairie Grass Cafe in Northbrook
Treat your family to a fabulous home cooked Thanksgiving meal courtesy of chefs Sarah Stegner and George Bumbaris of Northbrook’s Prairie Grass Cafe (601 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook, IL 847-205-44330. Advance orders are now being accepted for their ever popular Thanksgiving To Go and must be made by November 20 for pickup at Prairie Grass Cafe between noon and 3 p.m. on November 27.
Start your celebratory feast with homemade Butternut Squash Soup (quart serving 4, $20); Jumbo Cocktail Shrimp with Homemade Horseradish Sauce ($48 per dozen); Organic Mixed Green Salad with Shaved Parmesan, Pumpkin Seeds and Pomegranate (serves 6 to 8, $45); and Cut Vegetable Assortment with Amish Blue Cheese Dip (serves 6 to 8, $35).
Your family and friends will be delighted with the juicy Roasted Turkey with Gravy (whole services 10-14 people, $110; half serves 5-7 people, $60); Apple Sage Stuffing (quart serving 4-6 servings, $14); and homemade Sausage and Giblet Stuffing (quart serving 4-6 people, $24). Sides include Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes (Pint serving 2 to 3, $7; Quart serving 4 to 6, $14); Sweet Potato and Butternut Squash Puree (Pint serving 2 to 3, $8; Quart serving 4 to 6, $16); Sautéed Green Beans (Pint serving 2 to 3, $8; Quart serving 4 to 6, $16); Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Chestnuts (Pint serving 2 to 3, $12; Quart serving 4 to 6, $24), and Homemade Cranberry Sauce (Pint serving 2 to 5, $8; Quart serving 6 to 10, $16).
It may be a cliché but save room for dessert. Prairie Grass Cafe’s locally sourced homemade Pumpkin Pie ($24/pie, 6 slices) and Sarah’s famous "Mom’s Pecan Pie" ($24/pie, 6 slices) with pumpkins and pecans from Three Sisters Garden are the perfect ending to a terrific feast. For the chocolate cake fans in your family, don’t pass up Prairie Grass Cafe’s decadent Double Chocolate Cake (serving up 10-12, $50).
Prairie Grass Cafe supports local farmers: pumpkins provided by "Three Sisters Garden", pork for sausage by "Maple Creek Farm", apples by "Nichols Farm", and pecans by "Three Sisters Garden".