October 28, 2011
Something to be Thankful for: Turner’s Thanksgiving Buffet
It’s almost here: that holiday when we gather around a table, share a grandiose meal and express our gratitude. Except Thanksgiving rarely turns out that way. The stress of preparing such an anticipated, extravagant meal can lead to kitchen squabbles, cooking disasters and all-around discord. This year, leave it up to the professionals and reserve your family’s spot at Turner Fisheries Thanksgiving Buffet.
This year’s menu features all the Thanksgiving favorites that everyone looks forward to with a special twist only Turner Fisheries can offer:
- Pumpkin seed-crusted wild salmon with edamame succotash and butternut squash cream
- Roasted Hubbard squash with roasted shallots, cranberries and toasted walnuts
- a New England seafood harvest of northern shrimp cocktail, Cape littlenecks, Island Creek oysters, and slow poached rope-grown mussels
- Candied sweet potatoes with bourbon butter
- Turner’s Hall of Fame clam chowder
Turkey Day just wouldn’t be the same without, well, a turkey and Turner’s chefs serve it at a carving station with roasted turkey with sausage cornbread stuffing, oyster stuffing, giblet gravy, and fresh cranberry relish and a slow-roasted prim rib of beef with natural jus, creamy horseradish and caramelized onion rolls.
Finish your Thanksgiving feast just the way you would at home with pumpkin pie, apple pie, or bourbon pecan pie (or maybe a slice of each? We don’t judge) and all sorts of other delectable desserts.
Turner Fisheries’ Thanksgiving buffet costs $67 per adult, $20 for children between the ages of 5 and 12. Children age 4 and younger and the peace of mind of not cooking at home are free. The buffet lasts from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24. For more information or to make reservations, visit our website.
Also dining on Turner’s Thanksgiving feast this year will be Boston’s first responders. Turner Fisheries and Mayflower Moving will pair up again this year to serve dinner to Boston police officers, firefighters, EMTs, MBTA transit officers and Massachusetts State Police officers. We want to thank these professionals for keeping us safe and spending Thanksgiving away from their families in the best way we know how – by feeding them a delicious meal.