Not a cook? Don't worry. Get your Thanksgiving meals and fixings to-go.

Katelyn Waltemyer
Jackson Newspapers
Credit:                      Blue Apron                                             Along with its Thanksgiving dinner offerings, Blue Apron also has the option for expertly paired wines to go with your holiday dinner.

It's time to loosen those belt buckles. Thanksgiving is nearly here and there are plenty of mouthwatering to-go options for those who don't want to spend the holiday in the kitchen. 

From Bob Evans to Cedar Lakes, there are plenty of places to get Thanksgiving fixings so you don't have to worry about making dinner. Here's a list of places where you can get your Thanksgiving meal from in and around Jackson County. 

Bob Evans

Located atop a hill at 3 Carter Street, the family-style comfort food chain is open Thanksgiving day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

Bob Evans is known for its homestyle Farmhouse Feast. There are a few variations of the feast depending on how many people you plan on feeding, but they all include slow-roasted turkey or hickory-smoked ham, bread with celery dressing, corn, mashed potatoes with gravy, rolls and green beans.

The convenient meal is bought cold and simply needs to be heated at home. The turkey Farmhouse Feast for eight costs $94.99. More information on how to prepare the Farmhouse Feast can be found online at bobevans.com/blog/preparing-your-farmhouse-feast.

According to the Bob Evans website, customers can purchase the feasts until Nov. 24. Orders can be placed online at bobevans.com/farmhouse-feast

Cedar Lakes 

The conference center located at 82 FFA Drive is offering traditional Thanksgiving sides for those who don't have the time, energy or oven space to prepare everything at home. 

Hot rolls, pumpkin rolls, pies and bread pudding are on the menu. Orders must be placed by Friday, Nov. 19 and picked up by noon Wednesday, Nov. 24. Orders can be made by calling 304-372-7860. 

Cracker Barrel

The southern-style chain in Mineral Wells and Charleston is less than a 30-minute drive for most Jackson County residents. This year Cracker Barrel is serving two heat and serve Thanksgiving dinner options the options feed between four to six people and eight to 10. 

All you have to do is order at least 24 hours ahead of when you want to pick up your tasty meal. According to Cracker Barrel's website, it takes two hours or less to heat up the meals. The Thanksgiving Heat N' Serve Feast serves 8-10 people and costs $139.99.

Orders can be picked up from Nov. 20 to Nov. 27 — two days after Thanksgiving. If an order is scheduled for pick-up on Nov. 22 or 23, the customer will receive a complimentary bonus card of either $5 or $10. 

Orders can be placed in-store or online at CrackerBarrel.com. 

— Katelyn Waltemyer (she/her) is the General Assignment and Enterprise Reporter for Jackson Newspapers in Jackson County, West Virginia. Have a news tip on local government or education? Or a good feature? You can reach Katelyn at kwaltemyer@jacksonnewspapers.com. Follow her on Twitter @Kate_Waltemyer.