What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
$83 for a small Heat and Serve Thanksgiving dinner that serves 7-8 ($106 value), which includes:
- 12-14 lb turkey
- Mashed potatoes
- Butternut squash
- Dinner rolls
- Cranberry sauce and relish
- Apple pie
$142 for a large Heat and Serve Thanksgiving dinner that serves 15-16 ($197 value), which includes the same elements as the small dinner, but with a 20-22 lb turkey and a pumpkin pie
$13 for $25 worth of Thanksgiving goods and foods
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for sale items. Limit 1 per person. Must use promotion value in 1 visit. Valid only for option purchased. Thanksgiving dinner options can only be picked up on 11/25 and 11/26. Reservation required for Thanksgiving dinner options. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gerard Farm
Raymond and Clara Gerard came to Massachusetts in 1923 looking for a bit of land to call their own. They found a 13-acre property ideal for raising turkeys, and instantly made it into both their home and livelihood. For a while, bird-breeding business was good; by 1950, they were hatching over 190,000 birds. Ray even got to work with Cornell University to develop the standard Beltsville White turkey breed, now a staple of Thanksgiving tables around America. Slowly, though, business transitioned from raising turkeys to cooking them.
Today, the third – and sometimes fourth – generation of Gerards run the farm as a kitchen, preparing entire Thanksgiving meals for customers. They, of course, specialize in slow-roasted turkeys. They fill each bird with classic, bread-based stuffing, and even turn the leavings into a hearty gravy. They tend to get a lot of customers around the holidays, and recommend ordering in advance for special occasions.