Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to eat, drink and be thankful. Looking for ways to celebrate Thanksgiving in Saskatoon this year? This post covers Thanksgiving dinner Saskatoon 2021 including where to get turkey to go.
Thanksgiving in Canada this year is Monday, October 11.
Thanksgiving celebrations can take on different forms from traditional, fusion to modern.
Please use this list as an inspiration for ideas on how to put together your own Thanksgiving celebration.
This list is updated as information becomes available. Please reach out to me firstname.lastname@example.org or @foodgressing on social media for any suggestions.
Thanksgiving Dinner Saskatoon 2021, Brunch, Lunch for Dine-In
Earl Kitchen + Bar
These include oven roasted turkey breast, buttery mashed potatoes, airy country bread + bacon dressing, green beans and carrots, delicata squash, and plenty of cranberry sauce and gravy to go around.
Pumpkin Pie offered by the slice for $10.5 or a whole pie for $30.
Pre-orders are available now until October 8th, with pickup at your local Earls between October 9th – 11th.
Swiss Chalet is offering a few Thanksgiving features including a 4 person feast and an individual feast.
Denny’s is offering a Thanksgiving Roast Turkey Dinner with a Pie ($79.99) or without a Pie ($62.99). Read more here.
DIY Thanksgiving Dinner Saskatoon 2021 Ideas
Holiday entertaining tips
Here are some tips on holiday entertaining including charcuterie board tips, how to cook the perfect turkey like a Chef, and virtual holiday party ideas.
Here are some wine suggestions for Thanksgiving dinner Saskatoon 2021:
Donate to Help
Food banks in Saskatoon are in great need of donations during the holidays. Please consider making a donation this holiday season or anytime during the year.
Check out these Thanksgiving quotes and messages to demonstrate your gratitude for your loved ones this holiday season.
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About Thanksgiving in Canada
Did you know that Thanksgiving in Canada Thanksgiving is a relatively new holiday?
Check out my post on Thanksgiving in Canada which discusses the history of the holiday, the meaning of Thanksgiving, how it differs from American Thanksgiving, how Canadians typically celebrate and more.