Reheating Your Oliver’s Holiday Meal

Our holiday meals a cinch to reheat, and it couldn’t be more delicious if you made it in your own kitchen! Check out our simple, fool-proof reheating guide, and enjoy the myriad delights of a fresh, locally made holiday meal this holiday season.

It’s always a happy holiday with Oliver’s in the kitchen!

A holiday meal can sometimes be more stressful than it is fun, especially if you’re on the hook to cook. If you’re like us and just want to enjoy the holidays, then you’ve reduced the stress and upped the flavor with a freshly prepared, completely delicious holiday meal from Oliver’s! This fabulous selection of holiday favorites is certainly key to an easy holiday prep, but even the simplest of holiday feasts won’t reheat itself. Luckily, we’ve broken down how to reheat even the largest of our holiday meals, so you can truly enjoy the holiday in stress-free fashion and gourmet style!

Simply keep reading to check out our easy reheating manual, or scroll to the bottom for a downloadable PDF. Happy holidays!

TURKEYS

Remove plastic and cover with foil prior to placing in oven. For a crisp brown crust, remove foil halfway through. Do not over-cook your turkey. Cooking times may vary depending upon your oven.

*ALL BIRDS HAVE BEEN LIGHTLY BRINED, SEASON TO TASTE.

  • Small (8–10 lb.): Preheat oven to 325° F and place bird in center of oven. Heat for approx. 1.5–1.75 hours. Test temperature with a thermometer. Pull from oven when breast reaches 165°
  • Medium (10–12 lb.): Preheat oven to 325° F and place bird in center of oven. Heat for approx. 1.75–2.25 hours. Test temperature with a thermometer. Pull from oven when breast reaches 165°
  • Large (12–14 lb.): Preheat oven to 325° F and place bird in center of oven. Heat for approx. 2–2.5 hours. Test temperature with a thermometer. Pull from oven when breast reaches 165°
  • Extra Large (16–18 lb.): Preheat oven to 325° and place bird in center of oven. Heat for approx. 2.5–3 hours. Test temperature with a thermometer. Pull from oven when breast reaches 165°

OTHER MEATS

Prime Rib: Preheat oven to 325° For small rib heat 45 minutes. For a large rib heat for 1.5 hours. All ribs are cooked to a rare state. If you like your rib well done please feel free to cook it a little longer. Keep it covered while cooking to ensure moistness. For a crisp top, pull the foil off for the last 15 minutes.

Baked Ham: Preheat oven to 350° Remove foil. Small ham heat for 30 minutes, large ham heat for 1 hour.

SIDE DISHES

Stuffing: In microwave oven, remove lid and microwave for 2 minutes, turn and microwave again for 2 minutes. In conventional oven, remove lid and heat for approx. 20–30 minutes at 325º

Mashed Potatoes: In microwave oven, remove lid and microwave for 2 minutes, turn and microwave again for 2 minutes. In conventional oven, remove lid and heat for approx. 20–30 minutes at 325º

Gravy: Place in pot on stove and bring to a simmer over medium heat.

Vegetables: In microwave oven, Remove the lid and place in microwave for 2–3 minutes. In conventional oven, remove lid and heat for approximately 15–20 minutes at 325º

Make sure you stop into Oliver’s for great deals on all your holiday essentials throughout the holiday season, and remember that Oliver’s kitchens always have you covered when it comes to special occasions big and small!

Click here to download a printable version of our reheating instructions.

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