Rib roast to chop suey, ready-to-eat Christmas dinners for pick up or delivery in Baltimore: 11 suggestions.
Jacob and I always cook a big Thanksgiving dinner (Jacob is the turkey master), and for New Years Day we cook a meal around my legendary (if I do say so, myself) standing rib roast.
Christmas isn’t typically a day that we go big in the kitchen—there are packages to open and places to go and people to see.
Fortunately, we don’t have to spend the day cooking to have a special Christmas dinner. And you don’t have to either; you can have your feast fully cooked and ready for pick up—or delivered. Baltimore has lots of options for you and your guests. Here are a few suggestions.
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