FARGO — Many of us who are used to big gatherings at Thanksgiving are likely re-inventing the meal this year because of the pandemic.
On Monday, Nov. 23, Urban Foods Catering in downtown Fargo started assembling 100 meals people have ordered for pick-up for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Fifty lbs. of butter was used to make the sweet potatoes, turkey, gravy, stuffing and potatoes, according to Urban Foods.
Because so many families are staying home and hosting just themselves, the dinner made to serve four was popular enough that Urban Foods Catering sold out.
During Christmas, Urban Foods is planning another big holiday meal, while also providing free meals to families staying at the Fargo Ronald McDonald House.
"It is incredible, the support from the community, so wonderful, people helping out local businesses and people are still able to have a fabulous Thanksgiving dinner with family," said Lisa Brasgalla, director of events and sales for Urban Foods Catering.