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Thanksgiving Dinner Delivered by GourmetStation

Posted: October 20, 2006
by: T.Alexander

We thought you might enjoy this "hot off the press" release about our new Thanksgiving dinner menu. If you wish to connect with loved ones you cannot be with this Thanksgiving, connect with our dinner gifts. Or if you want to take a break from all the preparation and cooking, try our Thanksgiving dinner for two for yourself. Bon appetit!Thanksgiving_table_with_turkey_1

GourmetStation, Provider Of Upscale Gourmet Food Gifts, Announces Thanksgiving 2006 Menu

GourmetStation, the leading national merchant for gourmet dinners, upscale prepared meals and fine gourmet food gifts delivered nationally, announced the introduction of a new Thanksgiving four-course dinner for two.

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, GourmetStation announced they are accepting reservations for Thanksgiving dinners delivered. The menu has been designed with quality and convenience in mind. With about thirty minutes preparation time any turkey lover can enjoy a full blown Thanksgiving dinner for two. To sweeten the offer GourmetStation is offering free 2 day shipping in addition four complimentary gifts.

The menu for two consists of sourdough bread, creamy mushroom and sherry wine soup, traditional turkey on a bed of rosemary sage dressing with broccoli gratin, and pumpkin praline cheesecake. Euro blend coffee and after-dinner candy round out the Thanksgiving dinner with a complimentary table prayer, fall leaf floating candle, extra dessert and organic tea. The menu for two with complimentary gifts is priced at $89.99 plus free 2 day shipping.

“We are extremely pleased with this year’s Thanksgiving menu,” says Donna Lynes-Miller, founder and President of GourmetStation, “Not only is the cuisine gourmet, but the element of convenience allows our patrons to enjoy Thanksgiving day without all the preparation and fuss.”  Lynes-Miller went on to comment, “in 2005 we found that our Thanksgiving food gifts were used by families who wanted to connect with other family members in another part of the country. It is heart-warming to help people connect with our gourmet food gifts.”

About GourmetStation:
GourmetStation delivers a delicious in-home dining experience complete with the flavor of travel to an exciting cultural destination. The online retailer offers the unique opportunity to give or receive a unique gourmet food gift to mark a life-cycle occasion or just to take a night off from cooking. GourmetStation offers multiple regional menu options including Parisian, Tuscan, Cajun, Fusion as well a Romance menu and seasonal menus like Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. The wide variety of destination themed food gifts is designed to spark the imagination of both the giver and receiver. Each chef-inspired dinner is intended to provide a dining experience similar to that of its regional inspiration.

Internationally themed three and four course gourmet meals are delivered anywhere in the United States. Deep-chilled gourmet dinners require only 30 minutes preparation include European blend coffee or organic tea, after-dinner candy, floating candle and matches. Prices for multi-course dinners for two range from $69.99 to $89.99. Gourmet gift certificates, including Dinner of the Month certificates, are ideal for birthdays and anniversaries. For more information, visit GourmetStation.com or call 1-888-944-9794.

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