Here Come the Holidays
Here Come the Holidays

 

'Tis the Season to Share a Holiday Meal

Nothing brings a family closer together than a good holiday meal. But preparing the food can be so stressful and-time consuming that it can be hard to enjoy your company. With our easy Christmas dinner ideas, Save-A-Lot can help you manage your meal and get in the holiday spirit.

Gifts

 

The Centerpiece of the Holiday Table

Hopefully, you've already read our guide to cooking a Thanksgiving turkey. But if you aren't into poultry or don't have space in the oven, look no further than our guide to holiday meat and side dishes. Following our guide could be the difference between a delicious Christmas dinner and one that's ho ho hum.

 

Pork Loin

1-2 lbs.

4-6 Servings

Cook for 1-1.5 hrs.

Pairs with Cream Corn

 

Ham

9-10 lbs.

10-12 Servings

Cook for 2-3 hrs.

Pairs with Sweet Potato Bake

 

Turkey Breast

3-4 lbs.

6-8 Servings

Cook for 1-1.5 hrs.

Pairs with Green Bean Casserole

 

Sirloin Tip Roast

2-3 lbs.

6-8 Servings

Cook for 2-3 hrs.

Pairs with Roasted Potato Wedges

 

Eye of Round Roast

2-3 lbs.

6-8 Servings

Cook for 3-4 hrs.

Pairs with Parmesan-Crusted Carrots

 

Prime Rib

10-14 lbs.

14-18 Servings

Cook for 4-5 hrs.

Pairs with Asparagus Caesar Salad

 

Print our guide and start pairing the perfect side dishes.

 

 

Stuff and Stock

Christmas can get hectic. Between all of the shopping trips, decorating and parties, it's hard to find the time to sit back and relax with a cup of hot chocolate. But if you do manage to find a quiet moment, make sure your cupboards are stocked. You can find a lot of discount items you'll need for holiday hosting during the holidays at Save-A-Lot.

 

Ornament

 

Butter, Sugar and Flour

To make cookies at a moment's notice.

 

Ornament

 

Foil, Parchment Paper and Cling Wrap

For wrapping up leftovers.

 

Ornament

 

Soup and Stock

For lazy Sundays

 

 

MORE HOLIDAY TIPS

 

Holiday Brunch

 

Holiday Cookie Exchange

 

Serving up Party Appetizers

 

Baking Made Easy

 

How to Serve Leftovers