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What To Bring Your Pittsburgh Thanksgiving Host

Francesca Dabecco
Francesca Dabecco
Posted on November 17
These Commonplace Coffee pies are ALMOST too pretty to eat. (@commplacecoffee)

These Commonplace Coffee pies are ALMOST too pretty to eat. (@commplacecoffee)

Last week I shared a tasty Thanksgiving takeout guide, and I wanted to add to it with more goodies that you can bring to your holiday host.

Sharayah’s Plant-Based Treats pack a nostalgic punch in each pop tart and hot pocket with savory and sweet flavors like sweet potato pie, pumpkin vanilla chai, turkey roast dinner, and cheezburger. Order to pick up on November 20, 21, or 22.

Grab coffee and pick up a salted caramel apple pie; pear and cranberry crumble pie; or pumpkin and rosemary dinner rolls from Commonplace Coffee. Order by this Sunday to pick up at any location on Nov. 22.

Get a chai mule or cranberry and gin cocktail growler from Goodlander Cocktails in Larimer to keep the party flowing. Plus, they have NA cocktails like cranberry-lime ginger-ale and oolong seltzer. A two-pack of 32-oz growlers, plus a bag of heavyweight cocktail ice, is $44.

If your host is a beer drinker, pick up the new Fruited Sour — flavored with pear, ginger, cinnamon, and marshmallow — from Abjuration Brewing in McKees Rocks.

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