Boston Market for the Holidays + Giveaway

By Shannon Gosney
In Christmas
December 24, 2011
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The holiday season is here and shoppers everywhere are bustling around in search of the perfect gift for family and friends.  After working, shopping, and preparing for the holidays, one is not left with much energy to do the cooking!  That is where Boston Market comes to your rescue.

Since families are getting down to crunch time to take care of the holiday meal, many are turning to Boston Market for an easy solution for anything from a potluck to a full family dinner.  Boston Market makes the home style meals and sides people love around the holidays and they’ve been doing it for the past 25 years.  They are the holiday experts you can count on to feed your family and friends.

With food costs going up this holiday season, it can be pretty stressful to plan a budget-friendly meal for family and friends.  Boston Market has holiday catering options starting at just $5.95 per person.  This saves you time and money this season without sacrificing quality!

HOLIDAY MEAL TIPS

– Make a list of the family and friends you are hosting the holiday meal for.
– Make a list of the dishes you would like to serve and how many people each dish will serve.
– Assign a helper – someone to help tie up the loose ends, gather the dishes, set the table, etc.
– If you are serving a new recipe, make it at least one time before you serve it to family and friends, especially for a holiday meal.
– If ordering pre-made dishes, always order for a few more guests than you expect to attend.

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Shannon Gurnee is the author of RedheadMom formerly "The Mommy-Files", a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

265 Responses to “Boston Market for the Holidays + Giveaway”

  1. Amy W. says:

    I make as much as I can ahead of time.

  2. Terri L says:

    Have everyone bring something

  3. Terri L says:

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  8. Jennifer says:

    If a recipe calls for a ton of chopped veggies, I chop the day before!

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  10. Jackie says:

    My tip is to make as much as you can before hand, so that the food just has to be reheated.
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  14. Richard Morris says:

    My holiday meal tip is to go to a relatives house so i don’t have to burn any food 🙂

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  17. Margie says:

    Pot luck meals are always fun. You can get a variety of dishes, and the hostess get a little less work.

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  21. Kimberly says:

    I have my kids help with the food prep!

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  27. yesi says:

    tip is to burn any food

  28. debbie says:

    Do everything that you can in the days before. That way, on the day, you just have to do the basics.
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  31. clarissa says:

    make sure you are prepared for leftovers afterwards… have recipe picked out to use up things, have containers ready for storing. If you will be freezing some leftovers (great option btw, pull them out when they are new and exciting again and not the same old thing again!) make sure you have freezer bags etc ready and waiting.

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  36. LeAnn V says:

    Keep the menu simple and use recipes for sides etc. that can be made a day or two in advance.

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  40. Nina McClain says:

    Mine is to not to stress, everything will taste fine! Plus to over make food, you will love having leftovers!

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  43. maureen says:

    We divvy up the meal in that some bring the main course others bring side dishes and others brin desserts and appetizers.

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  45. Denise S says:

    Plan ahead of time so that everything finishes at the same time.
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  48. Amber says:

    My tip is to braise the turkey so it doesn’t get too dry when you roast it in the oven!

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  52. Julianna says:

    Plan ahead, take recipes with you shopping, check recipe twice!

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  54. sandra says:

    we split the meal preparations so it’s not a burden for any one family

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  56. krystal says:

    Everything doesn’t have to be homemade!

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  64. Douglas Houston says:

    Serve Chilled or frozen desserts, they can be prepared ahead of time and don’t require any precious oven space.

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  67. Allison Downes says:

    Tip: Make as much as you can ahead of time!

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  73. Make dishes that everyone loves so you dont have to make this for this person this for these 2 people and dont have to make as much, also make the desserts ahead of time , if making mashed potatoes make sure you peel them and cut them in the morning, same thing with other veggies you need to have cut up, make sure you have all the ingredients ahead of time so you arent running to the store while trying to cook

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  75. jim lynam says:

    BUY THE TAKE HOME MEALS FROM BOSTON MARKET.

  76. Heather S says:

    Have everyone bring their favorite dish so it takes the pressure off of you for all the side items.

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  78. Mary Calabrese says:

    Best tip ever: frozen lasagna! It allowed me to be able to spend time with everyone.

  79. Sylvie W says:

    To save yourself time, remember the entire meals does not have to be homemade. Purchase some prepared foods.

  80. nannypanpan says:

    use paper plates/cups to save on clean up time
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  83. Amy W. says:

    I commented on the Holiday Cookie Exchange 2011 post.

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  85. Patti Berry says:

    Leftovers!

  86. corrie says:

    we make most everything (SIDE dishes) the day before, so its so much easier..

  87. Lois M. says:

    Happy New Year! 🙂 Well, this year, ours was to go out for Christmas Eve… no dishes. 😉 But sure miss the leftovers though… LOL

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  90. Amy says:

    We usually cook a lot two days before and leave just the main recipes in the end. Still a lot of work and nobody likes to get up early in the morning on Xmas or Thanksgiving with an hangover and start to cook… 🙂

  91. eleanor r says:

    My tip is to not go overboard and keep the meals simple.

  92. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    To make things easier for Christmas dinner I buy red potatoes so I don’t have to peel them!

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  97. Stacy says:

    We always do potluck for the holidays. Everyone has a dish to prepare so it makes it easier on the host.
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  100. Missy Lynnh says:

    My tip is do all of the prep work possible ahead of time so that you can enjoy the holiday and still make a great meal.

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  105. Alisha L. says:

    My best tip would be to get as much prepared the night before as you can. Get everything you can cut up, make anything that will be ok overnight. It will save you a ton of work the next day on prep.

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  109. ferriz says:

    dont burn it. seriously, set multiple alarms. easy to get distracted. and dont try new recipes on day of.

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  113. Amy W. says:

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  114. Susan Smith says:

    My best tip is to accept help from other family members. We all bring a dish so the hostess doesn’t spend the whole day cooking.

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  118. kathy D says:

    meal tip have everyone bring something

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  121. Angie says:

    My holiday meal tip is to do as much prep the night before and to enlist help (kids, husband, etc)

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  125. monte says:

    My tip use the crock pot easy and easy to take

  126. Sarah Matos says:

    Holiday meal tip is to pre prep! Saves alot of headache!
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  130. Erica C. says:

    My biggest tip is to make a shopping list and run down it a couple times before you go to the store to prevent yourself from forgetting something!

  131. Julie Moe says:

    Plan ahead and let other people bring things.

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  136. Derk Thomas says:

    Let others bring a dish.

  137. Caryn S says:

    Prep ahead of time so you’re not overwhelmed the day you’re hosting

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  139. amanda says:

    well my favorite part of any meal is dessert and my favorite holiday dessert is pecan pie.

  140. Angela W says:

    Do as much as you can the day before so you are less overwhelmed

  141. Angela W says:

    Do as much as you can the day before so you are less overwhelmed

  142. Angela W says:

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  146. Kyl Neusch says:

    prep food ahead

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  149. Karen says:

    Potlucks are a real time saver. Thanks for the giveaway.

  150. Erin G says:

    Have other people bring dishes and have helpers in the kitchen with you

  151. amy deeter says:

    try to cook what you can the night before
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  154. MelissaO says:

    My tip is doing all the chopping and cutting ahead of time.

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  155. Lisa says:

    We prepare as much as we can a day early so we are not in the Kitchen all day long on Christmas Eve

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  159. Emma Peel says:

    tip- make festive dishes like casseroles and platters, breads, desserts that coincide with the holiday, like browns, beiges and blacks for Thansgiving, for CHristmas meals, reds, greens white or tans

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  162. Amy W. says:

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  163. Lisa says:

    I try to prep as much as possible the day before so all I have to do is warm everything up.

  164. Ani says:

    My holiday meal tip is to get as much done ahead of time as possible.

  165. erma H says:

    My tip is to start the day before.

  166. CherylS22 says:

    My holiday meal tip is to get everyone involved – have the young adults set the table, share the cooking & clean up responsibilities.
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  170. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    do all you can before the day like cutting veggies and such
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  174. Amy DeLong says:

    keep it simple and dont stress about it,i never do!!
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  178. Claire McKeon says:

    Holiday meal tip-ask guests to bring a covered dish! Coordinate though so you don’t wind up with 5 sweet potato casseroles!

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  179. have everyone bring a dish

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  180. Brittney House says:

    A good tip is to save on your meal buy using coupons and planning ahead.

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  183. cynthia layton says:

    pree cook anything that can easily be reheated ahead of time

  184. Plan some make-ahead meals to help with a big event.

  185. Melanie says:

    I cook ham for the big day and then for small gettogethers I use the letovers to make ham and swiss poboys.

  186. Chris says:

    Simple tip, u have more than 1 kid make sure there’s enough to go around

  187. Amy W. says:

    I commented on the Happiness Is… Peanuts post.

  188. beth says:

    make ahead what you can and freeze

  189. Happi Shopr says:

    Do as much as possible before hand

  190. Stephanie A says:

    We delegate different tasks at Holiday meals such as peeling potatoes, putting together the condiments and setting the table so that not one person is doing everything.

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  195. Vicki D. says:

    Make casseroles, or one pan dishes that you can just pop in the oven and heat while you’re enjoying your guests.

  196. Carol Foster says:

    I make and freeze as much as possible one week before
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  199. cassandra says:

    My best tip is to try everything before hand especially when preparing for guests. you don’t want to have any horrible surprises when something goes wrong. Preparation!!
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  202. Charity S says:

    Cook a day ahead of schedule and reheat later.

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  206. Janine says:

    Put the mashed potatoes and stuffing in the oven for the last 15-20 min to create a nice crispy topping prior to serving!

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  209. shirley pebbles says:

    Good tip is to cook what you can the night before.

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  214. Beth Gomez says:

    My holiday tip is to actually not open up the oven to baste the turkey, because this causes the temp of the oven to change and actually dries out the turkey.

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  218. Barbara Hunt says:

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  219. Sarah L says:

    Tip: Do as much as you can before the day of the party so you will have more time with the guests.
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  220. Barbara Long says:

    My holiday meal tip is to make what you can ahead of time so you don’t have to spend as much time in the kitchen on the holiday.

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  221. brian e. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…during the holidays, with a house full of dinner guests, we serve dinner buffet style…makes it much easier.

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  224. Robert Ranieri says:

    prepare to finish cooking at least 20 minutes before the planned meal time…something always comes up causing a delay

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  227. Deborah Wallin says:

    My tip is to prepare as much ahead of time as possible. I will do my Christmas baking at the beginning of December and freeze it. I make up some salads the day before. I will make up foods that go in the oven that morning, and put into the fridge until baking time.
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  232. Veronica Garrett says:

    Order sides from groceries or restaurants.

  233. Donna K says:

    My tip is to make some extra for the visitors that stop by.

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  243. Racheal S says:

    My holiday meal tip is to prep any thing you can in advance; this year I made my green bean casserole the night before (minus the onions on top).

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  245. Evelyn B says:

    Best Holiday Tip I have is, Don’t expect things to be perfect! Enjoy the moment.

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