Martha Stewart unveils Thanksgiving meal kit

by Erica Shaffer
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Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Box
The Martha & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Box includes a whole turkey, three sides and a pie.

NEW YORK — Martha Stewart, in partnership with Marley Spoon, a subscription meal kit delivery service, recently launched a Thanksgiving dinner solution for consumers caught short on time during the busy holiday season.

The Martha & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Box includes a whole 12- to 14-lb free-range turkey supplied by Goffle Road Free Range Poultry Farms along with recipes and ingredients for other Thanksgiving dishes, including:

Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Box stuffing
 

• Martha Stewart’s classic stuffing of fresh herbs and dried cherries;

Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Box mashed potatoes
 

• Big Martha’s Mashed Potatoes made with cream cheese;

Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Box Brussels sprouts
 

• Roasted Brussels sprouts tossed with pomegranate seeds and a warm apple cider vinaigrette; and

Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Box pie
 

• An all-American Brown Butter Apple Pie, featuring sweet apples, brown butter and flaky pastry.

The Thanksgiving Box serves 8 to 10 people, and all ingredients come in the exact quantities required in an effort to reduce food waste, Ms. Stewart & Marley Spoon said. The meal kit with the turkey is priced at $179, while a sides-only box costs $119. The deadline to order is Nov. 15, and delivery is free.

Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Box turkey
 

“This special kit really takes the guesswork out of cooking a great Thanksgiving meal,” Ms. Stewart said. “We’ve given you the ingredients for the perfect turkey dinner, and you can add a few of your own dishes to keep your favorite family traditions alive.”

Ms. Stewart first partnered with Marley Spoon in June to launch Martha & Marley Spoon meal kits featuring Ms. Stewart’s 18,000 recipes. 
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