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Here’s where to get your carryout Thanksgiving feast in the Baltimore area this year

In the most emotionally exhausting year in modern memory, leave the strenuous work of cooking dinner to the professionals, who can make your confit turkey breast and caramel pumpkin cheesecake to-go. You won’t even have to wash the pots and pans.

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Bowman’s Butcher Shop

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The Aberdeen butcher shop has all the meat and a la carte sides you could want for a classic Baltimore Thanksgiving, including baked mac n cheese and kielbasa and kraut. Or keep it simple with dinner packages for 4 to 10 people ($175-$280), which come with cook-yourself turkey, sausage and cornbread stuffing and a choice of three sides.

3452 Churchville Road, Aberdeen. 410-914-5607. bowmansbutchershop.grazecart.com/store/thanksgiving

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Class Act Catering

Choose two entrees and two sides for a Thanksgiving feast from Class Act Catering, with offerings like braised turkey wings and jumbo lump crab cakes as well as homemade stuffing and garlic mashed potatoes. Available for two to four ($160) or four to six people ($240).

9631 Liberty Road, Randallstown. 410-521-0200. classactcatering.net

The Classic Catering People

The Owings Mills caterers have menus for five or 10 people ($115-$220) featuring locally raised, roasted turkey with bread and herb stuffing, giblet gravy, sweet potato crumble and pumpkin pie. Vegetarian options available. Order online; delivery and pickup available on Wednesday, Nov. 25 or Thanksgiving Day.

99 Painters Mill Road, Owings Mills. 410-356-1666. Classiccatering.com

Eddie’s of Roland Park

Choose from two heat-and-serve menus that serve up to six guests: traditional dinner with stuffing and various sides ($149.99) or a more elevated version from chef Adam Harper with unique twists like brioche kale stuffing and pumpkin bread pudding with maple whiskey glaze ($199.99). Both options come with a whole roasted turkey. Orders require 72 hours notice and are available while supplies last. The store is also selling individual turkey plates ($18.99) with portions of turkey, sides and a slice of pumpkin pie.

6213 N. Charles St., 410-377-8040; 5113 Roland Ave., Roland Park. 410-323-3656. Eddiesofrolandpark.com

Elkridge Furnace Inn

Chef Dan Wecker’s Thanksgiving dinner is available for on-premise dining or takeout, with a menu that includes cornbread stuffing and pumpkin pie. Available in half ($125) or full ($250; serves 10) orders with optional add-ons like sauerkraut with apple, a Baltimore specialty. To order, email info@elkridgefurnaceinn.com or call 410-379-9336.

5745 Furnace Ave., Elkridge; 410-379-9336. Elkridgefurnaceinn.com

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Foraged Eatery

Did someone say roasted duck breast and oyster stuffing? Hampden chef Chris Amendola’s menu has an unconventional take on the Thanksgiving bird, plus mushroom ragu and pumpkin hand pies. Order by Nov. 21 for pickup Nov. 25. $65 per person plus tax and tip.

3520 Chestnut Avenue, Hampden. 410-235-0035. foragedeatery.com

Friendly Farm

The Baltimore County eatery that opened in 1959 is selling meals for anywhere from two to 16 people ($72.95 to $196.95). It comes with sliced turkey breast, mashed potatoes, a choice of pie and more; jumbo lump crab cakes and other carryout items available to add on a la carte. Place orders by Friday, Nov. 20 and pick up Wednesday, Nov. 25 from noon to 6 p.m.

17434 Foreston Road, Upperco; 410-239-7400. Friendlyfarm.net

Gertrude’s Chesapeake Kitchen

The best part of Thanksgiving is leftovers, so Gertrude’s is offering a $40 T-Day Leftovers Kit features turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and stuffing with four sandwich rolls — everything you need for Black Friday lunch. For the main event, Thanksgiving dinner for four includes a starter, entree, bread, six sides and dessert ($140). Place orders by Nov. 23 and picked up either Nov. 25 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. or Thanksgiving Day from 9 a.m. to noon.

10 Art Museum Drive, Wyman Park. 410-889-3399. gertrudesbaltimore.com.

The Gourmet Girls

The catering group with locations in Pikesville and Owings Mills is selling a la carte options like slow roasted whole turkey from Albright Farms and sides like whipped potatoes. For dessert, it has to be the nine-layer pumpkin Smith Island cake ($75).

1 Easter Court, Owings Mills; 3713 Old Court Road, Pikesville. 410-581-4914. gourmetgirlsmd.com

H3irloom Food Group

The new catering group from chef David and Tonya Thomas, formerly of Ida B’s Table, has a la carte Thanksgiving menus with fried turkeys ($80), bourbon sweet potato butter ($8) and much more. Place orders by Nov. 21 and pick up Nov. 25 between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. at The Sinclair. Free bottle of wine with a order of $125 or more. Vegan and gluten-free options are available.

3425 Sinclair Lane, Clifton-Berea. 443-418-3733. h3irloom.com

Jay’s Catering

Choose from three holiday feasts at Jay’s, including an Eastern Shore meal ($16.99 per person) that features pulled pork, fried or rotisserie chicken, homemade biscuits and your choice of carrot or Pimlico cake. Decisions, decisions. Sales tax and delivery not included. Meals for under 15 people incur an additional $3.59 per person surcharge.

1309 N. Charles St., Mount Vernon. 410-685-3861. myjayscatering.com

Kora Lee’s Cafe

The Catonsville cafe shop is selling dinners for two to eight people ($109.99-$289.99) complete with sides like butternut squash, sauteed kale and candied sweets. Just want pies and sides? That’s just fine by them. Place orders by Nov. 22.

6421 Frederick Road, Catonsville. 443-620-0167. koralees.com

La Food Marketa

Sous vide turkey breast, classic stuffing and pan de queso are just a few of the items on the Thanksgiving carryout menu at La Food Marketa. $125 for pickup Nov. 25 or $175 for delivery within a 10-mile radius of the restaurant. Email hello@hooplacatering.com to order by Nov. 22 at 5 p.m.

2620 Quarry Lake Drive, Wellwood. 410-415-0606. lafoodmarketa.com

NiHao

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Tired of traditional? Spice things up with a feast from chefs Pichet Ong and Antoni Szachowicz, featuring the restaurant’s trademark Cantonese roast duck with sides like shrimp buns, BBQ beets and mala-spiced winter squash. Pickup November 24 or 25.

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2322 Boston Street, Canton. 443-835-2036. nihaobaltimore.com

Richardson Farms

Meals serve eight people and come with three sides, rolls or cornbread, and an 8-inch apple or pumpkin pie. For entree, choose from sliced turkey breast with gravy ($99.99) or sliced ham with butterscotch glaze (89.99). Pick up orders in the farm’s greenhouse area on Nov. 24-25. All heat-and-serve sides are also available in the market’s grab-and-go section.

5900 Ebenezer Road, White Marsh. 410-335-5900. Richardsonfarms.net

Smashing Grapes

The new Annapolis eatery has a variety of menu options, including brown sugar glazed spiral ham, braised short ribs and free range traditional turkey. Or have it all with a meal that includes turkey, sliced spiral ham, sage-sausage stuffing, sweet potatoes and more ($249). Order by 4 p.m. Nov. 24. to ensure a Nov. 25 pick-up date.

177 Jennifer Road, Annapolis. 410-266-7474. smashinggrapes.com

Sweet 27

The Remington gluten-free bakery and cafe is cooking up meals for eight to 10 people ($190), complete with an herb-crusted turkey, stuffing and choice of garlic mashed or sweet potatoes plus garlic kale or spiced collard greens. Comes with rolls and either a pumpkin or apple pie. Order by phone.

123 W. 27th St., Remington. 410-464-7211. sweet27.com

Sides and desserts

Atwater’s

The local chain won’t cook your turkey, but they’ll do everything but, with handmade soups, breads, sides, delicious desserts and seasonal pies. Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options available. All orders must be placed by Nov. 22 and picked up at your selected location on Nov. 25.

Several locations in Baltimore City, Catonsville and Towson . 410-747-4120. Atwatersfood.com

The Avenue Bakery

Don’t neglect the carbs. The Pennsylvania Avenue bakery is selling its famous rolls ($10 for a dozen) and pies ($11) for the Thanksgiving holiday.

2229 Pennsylvania Ave., Upton. 410-225-3881. theavenuebakery.com

Gundalow Gourmet

The Whitehall Market stall has Thanksgiving sides, from mushroom leek sourdough stuffing or gouda smoked mashed potatoes ($30; serves four to six) to wine and even breakfast casseroles. Place orders by Nov. 18 for pickup Nov. 25.

3300 Clipper Mill Road, Hampden. 410-507-4750. gundalowgourmet.com

Ovenbird Bakery

The new Little Italy bakery has yummy-sounding seasonal treats, from spiced pumpkin cheesecake to cranberry mascarpone pie, a Thanksgiving tradition in the making. Pickup Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving.

300 S. Exeter St., Little Italy. 443-885-9998. Ovenbirdbread.com

Rose’s Bakery

Prefer sweet potato or pecan pie over pumpkin? Stop over at Rose’s Bakery in Northeast Market. Owner Rose Bowen, a member of the Lumbee tribe of Native Americans, travels back to Lumberton, North Carolina, to pick up the key ingredients for her pastries.

2101 E. Monument St., McElderry Park. 410-675-8411. roses-bakery.square.site

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