Can meal assembly be invited home for Thanksgiving?

Soon it will be time for turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and all the trimmings. But you have to ask yourself, who’s going to make this grand feast? Does the local meal prep store have the inroads to help craft this delicacy for the time starved family or the kitchen challenged would-be chef?

Perhaps a few years ago it held the attention of families who wanted to try something different for the holiday, but times have changed and meal assembly is no fine wine that’s for sure. It’s not getting better with age.

When times were good and the economy wasn’t sucking the life out of us, people had the notion that this was a novel idea and they might give it a try and see what happens. I’m pretty sure they’re over that now.

The idea of spending 30-40 minutes tossing ingredients together to make a holiday meal sounds convenient, but how is it really going to work out? Most people aren’t that great at planning under the best of conditions so will they really find the time to show up? Are you really saving money by going this route? And there is always the fact that you still need to go to the grocery store to get other dinners items. It gets some of the big work out of the way, but it’s only about a seventy percent solution. You’re not totally off the hook by going.

So will meal assembly getting invited in for dinner? It’s had a hard time making it to the table for other occasions so even though it’s a holiday the reception might not be any friendlier.

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