Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q Rolls Out Thanksgiving Catering Menu

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q celebrates another year of holiday tradition with their beloved Thanksgiving catering menu. This season, the Fox Bros. catering team offers guests a variety of exceptional turkey day classics to create a memorable meal the whole family will enjoy. In addition to a la carte orders of signature smoked meats, homestyle sides and desserts, the catering team has curated family-style meal packages to simplify and streamline customers’ Thanksgiving day feast.

Thanksgiving Dinner for 4-6 guests ($150)

Smoked Turkey Breast

Pint Giblet Gravy

Quart Sweet Potato Casserole

Quart Mac & Cheese

Quart Green Bean Casserole

Quart Cornbread Dressing

Mixed Green Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

Choice of Dutch Apple Pie or Chocolate Pecan Pie

Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner for 8-10 guests ($200)

Whole Smoked Turkey

Quart Giblet Gravy

Quarter Pan Sweet Potato Casserole

Quarter Pan Mac & Cheese

Quarter Pan Green Bean Casserole

Quarter Pan Cornbread Dressing

Half Pan Mixed Green Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

Choice of Dutch Apple Pie or Chocolate Pecan Pie

Thanksgiving Turkey & Ham Dinner for 8-10 guests ($250)

Whole Smoked Turkey

Whole Smoked Ham

Quart Giblet Gravy

Quarter Pan Sweet Potato Casserole

Quarter Pan Mac & Cheese

Quarter Pan Green Bean Casserole

Quarter Pan Cornbread Dressing

Half Pan Mixed Green Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

Choice of Dutch Apple Pie or Chocolate Pecan Pie

A la carte protein offerings include a Whole Smoked Turkey for $75, Hickory Smoked Ham for $70 and Smoked Turkey Breasts for $22 per pound. Sides are available in three separate sizes serving up to 50 people and include Green Bean Casserole, Sweet Potato Casserole and Cornbread Dressing ranging from $20-$80. Complete your Thanksgiving feast with a selection of nine delicious dessert choices including traditional favorites like Pumpkin Pie Bars, Chocolate Pecan Pie, Dutch Apple Pie and Fox Bros. signature Dr. Pepper Chocolate Cake.

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