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Martha & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Box!

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Martha & Marley Spoon have a Thanksgiving box available this year! There are two options for your Thanksgiving meal:

Our boxes can feed 8–10 people, and include all the ingredients and easy-to-follow recipes you need to prepare a complete Thanksgiving meal at home, or order just for sides and dessert.

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The Box: Martha’s Thanksgiving Feast

The Cost: $179.00

The Products:

Recipes and Ingredients For:
Martha’s Turkey 101 with Gravy—only in “Martha’s Thanksgiving Feast” Box
Classic Stuffing with fresh herbs and dried cherries
Big Martha’s Cream Cheese Mashed Potatoes a favorite from Martha’s mother
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with pomegranate & warm apple cider vinaigrette
An All-American Brown Butter Apple Pie

FREE one-year Martha Stewart Living magazine subscription, while supplies last. See full magazine offer details in your Thanksgiving box.

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The Box: Thanksgiving Sides and Dessert

The Cost: $119.00

The Products:

Classic Stuffing with fresh herbs and dried cherries
Big Martha’s Cream Cheese Mashed Potatoes a favorite from Martha’s mother
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with pomegranate & warm apple cider vinaigrette
An All-American Brown Butter Apple Pie

FREE one-year Martha Stewart Living magazine subscription, while supplies last. See full magazine offer details in your Thanksgiving box.

Good to Know: “We’ll deliver your frozen Goffle Road free-range turkey directly to your door between November 17th – 19th, allowing time for it to defrost. All the fresh ingredients for your side dishes and pie, along with recipes and our Thanksgiving guide, will be delivered in one convenient box between November 22nd – 23rd. You will receive an email with the exact delivery day just in advance of shipment.”

Ships to: “We deliver to most of the contiguous US states. Shipping is always free of charge.”

Will you be getting the Martha & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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17 Comments

  1. Great deal….IF marley Spoon actually includes all of the items that they say they’re sending- on my 5th week with them I had 4 weeks of incorrect boxes- items left out, open, spoiled, etc. Customer service told me several times (4 weeks in a row) that my issues were happening with many customers. I switched back to blue apron and Hello Fresh- not worth the hassle. Sorry Martha!

  2. This is actually a really fantastic idea. I won’t be getting it, but I love the concept.

  3. Is there any chance that MSA readers can snag a discount?

    • So, just checked, no coupons can be used at checkout. However, there is no shipping or tax. I live in a big city and this would cost a fortune–also who wants to be in a whole foods the week of Thanksgiving! I just signed up. Hope it’s yummy!

  4. This looks so good!! Great price too!

  5. Why doesn’t the website for this mention the size of the turkey? “Serves 8 to 10” isn’t specific enough when you have big eaters, I need to know how big the turkey is.

  6. I just think it’s amazing that the turkeys are coming from Goffle Road poultry which is less than two miles from my house! Everyone around here knows they have the best poultry. Great job, Marley Spoon!

  7. This is seriously so unique and awesome. It’s so tempting… and while the average nationally for a thanksgiving spread is about $60…. for city dwellers like myself, that’s actually WAAAAAY higher, so this is actually a good deal….

  8. Looking at the contents of this, I must really overdo the Thanksgiving spread :/ Then again, I’m Southern, and it ain’t Thankgivin without at least 7 side dishes, a turkey, dressing (which ain’t considered a side down here), and three types of pie. And that’s before we get to apps and cocktails.

    Then again, we usually have 20 or so folks over. SO.

    • Your Thanksgiving sounds awesome! 🙂

      • Ha! You’re invited, the Mister and the Pup too if you are ever out ATL way at the holiday!

        • I was gonna say…no delivery to the ATL, and not enough sides for a proper southern spread!!
          I have already pre-ordered my free range turkey from my local farmer – $50 down, balance to be paid based on final weight. He (the turkey) always weighs more than expected! Last year he was $75! But I know while he was alive he could actually stand up and run around- no all-breast turkeys on this farm! (Its such an amusing visual tho)

    • Yep, all truth, my friend. I am a born and bred Atlanta girl as well and my guests would definitely be expecting a few more dishes.

    • I thought the same thing! I’m an Ohio girl with Mississippi roots. We also usually have about 7 side dishes, maybe 2 other meats besides the turkey and 3 different desserts (usually peach cobbler, banana pudding and sweet potato pie). If I was doing a small “friendsgiving” kind of thing this might work…

      • Oops, this was supposed to be under Lindsey’s comment!

      • Mississippi girl here too! We always have enough to eat lunch, supper and everyone takes home plates!! This is WAY too small!

    • I’m from the south & we have more sides & desserts too, but the host usually handles the basics (like this includes). the guests then usually bring either side or dessert to add to the spread. I think this is a great idea for a first time or less experienced host.

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