Several area food merchants are offering to help you put together your Christmas meal, whether you want help with side dishes, desserts or the whole shebang.
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q, various locations — Place your order for a whole dinner online at billmillerbbq.com.
Central Market, 4821 Broadway, (210) 368-8600 — Check out the holiday dinner guide and place your order by Dec. 22. Click here for the guide.
Cooper’s Meat Market, 6002 Broadway, (210) 820-3838 — Cooper’s is open on Christmas Eve until 2 p.m. Click here to find their holiday menu.
County Line, 10101 I-10 W., (210) 641-1998 — Ge a boneless turkey breast rubbed with coarse black pepper and slow-smoked for $16.19 a pound. The average weight is 4 pound and feeds 10-12 people. Homemade bread, potato salad, red skinned garlic mashed potatoes, mac ‘n Cheese, salads and green beans are available in large sizes. Peach cobbler will be sold for $45; serves 25-30 people. County Line’s Bread Pudding with Jack Daniel’s Bourbon sauce is $6.99 a serving— it’s enough for two people. Traditional BBQ lovers can order the Emergency Kit at $11.99 a person with brisket, turkey, sausage, chicken, coleslaw, beans, potato salad, bread, barbecue sauce, plates and flatware, all packed family style. If you’re placing a large order, please give the restaurant a day’s advance notice.
Jim’s Restaurants, various locations — Whole holiday pies (apple, pumpkin, pecan and sweet potato) are available for $7.95.
Tim the Girl — There is no meal delivery during Christmas week, but email firstname.lastname@example.org about side dishes available at Uncommon Fare.
Trader Joe’s, 350 E. Basse Road, (210) 826-1110 — Fully cooked bone-in pork loin and fully cooked prime rib are among the items available here. Hours on Christmas Eve are until 6 p.m.
Whole Foods, 255 E. Basse Road, (210) 826-4676; 18403 Blanco Road, (210) 408-3110 — Click here to find the store near you and what you can order for Christmas. Christmas Eve hours are until 7 p.m.