Crossbuck BBQ & Smokehouse Serves Up Pre-Order Thanksgiving Menu

One of Dallas’s most famous Pitmasters is offering a special Texas treat this Thanksgiving. Tim McLaughlin and his team at Crossbuck BBQ and Smokehouse will be smoking turkeys (with gravy), hams, prime rib and briskets in Texas fashion…low n’ slow with a blend of post oak, hickory and fruit wood smoke.

The fine-dining chef turned Pitmaster will also be serving homestyle sides including green bean casserole, scalloped and cheesy potato casserole, roasted and smoked potatoes, Vermont cheddar mac n’ cheese, and creamy hominy along with Crossbuck’s fluffy house rolls (sold by the baker’s dozen).  All pan sides will be fully cooked, chilled, and ready for you to easily reheat and serve in amounts designed for 10 to 20 people. 

For dessert, Crossbuck is sticking with the classics, offering sweet and savory pecan and pumpkin pies.  

There is a significant shortage of turkeys this year, so it is important to get your orders in! Crossbuck’s Thanksgiving Pre-Order menu and online ordering are available here. You can also order in person at the Crossbuck BBQ Farmers Branch location at 4400 Spring Valley Rd, or over the phone at 214-765-4019. All food will be ready for you to pick up at your convenience November 21-23 from 11 am – 3 pm. 

The team at Crossbuck understands that most people smoke a whole turkey maybe once a year…so leaving this to experts who smoke meats 24/7 and year-round guarantees the same level of delicious flavor you find at the restaurant. Each turkey, ham, brisket and prime rib will be “Smoked with Love” so all you have to do is heat it up and serve up great Texas hospitality.

Crossbuck Co-Owner, Beth McLaughlin says, “Not everyone is married to a chef and pitmaster…but everyone knows that making a Thanksgiving meal is a lot of work. We hope that our special, pre-order Thanksgiving menu will make it easy for families throughout Dallas. You can even tell everyone you made it yourself…we won’t tell!” 

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