Save time and reduce stress this holiday season by letting Wade's provide all the fixins for your holiday meal! Our HOLIDAY PICK UP LINE is the fastest, most convenient way to get your Wade’s holiday items. No pre-order needed! All of the Frozen Food items & refrigerated Holiday Specialties listed in our Holiday Meal Guide (click button below) will be available for pick up in our Express dining area in the convenient Holiday Pick Up Line on select days of each holiday week. Our friendly staff will assist you down the line with picking out the perfect holiday meal that your whole family will enjoy! Many of our items are frozen, so please allow time for your purchased items to thaw properly before heating or cooking.
Saturday, Dec. 22…..11am - 5pm
Monday, Dec. 24…..11am - 2pm
What size dish should I use for my Cook-at-home sides?
We recommend an 8x8 Corningware or Pyrex casserole dish for 1-2 quart of food and 9x13 for 2-3 quarts.
Can I freeze my turkey, ham and green beans?
NOT RECOMMENDED. Freezing these items will diminish the taste and quality of the product.
How long will my frozen food last?
MONTHS if stored properly in the freezer. Expiration dates are on each Frozen Food package.
How long will my gallon of tea last?
Keep refrigerated up to 4 days after purchase.
How do I thaw my frozen food?
We recommend thawing your frozen food quart containers in the refrigerator for 24 - 48 hours prior to cooking. Or you can use our quick thaw method. See our Cooking Instructions to learn more or go to our Frozen Foods page to see an instructional video.
Is the turkey that I can pick up in the Holiday Pick Up Line all white meat?
YES! And boneless.
Do you use press turkey meat?
NO, we use whole boneless turkey & ham.
Can I purchase a boil-in-bag product?
We no longer carry that product. We only have frozen quarts available.
Do you put onions in your dressing?
I just ordered 3 quarts of dressing, can I have that in a pan please?
All ToGo walk-up orders are dipped up into our quart containers. You must pre-order in advance to have it prepared hot & ready in a pan.