M52209

St. Clair (4) 2 lb. Ultimate Side Dish Sampler

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Main course, check. Dessert, check. Side dish--consider that taken care of with the Ultimate Side Dish Sampler from St. Clair. Enjoy a 2-lb tray of four classic sides--creamy four cheese mac and cheese, scrumptious Dutch crust sweet potato casserole, moist Southern-style cornbread dressing, and broccoli rice with chicken casserole. From St. Clair.

  • Includes four 2-lb side dishes: one each of creamy four cheese mac and cheese, Dutch crust sweet potato casserole, Southern-style cornbread dressing, and broccoli rice with chicken casserole
  • Net weight 8 lbs
  • Trays are fully cooked
  • Arrives within two days of shipment; packaged with dry ice, but may arrive with little to none remaining
  • Cannot ship to PR, VI, Guam

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St. Clair (4) 2 lb. Ultimate Side Dish Sampler is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 105.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful I don’t understand the unfavorable reviews on these. I had never ordered food from QVC before. I did read reviews prior to ordering. I went ahead with my order. All four dishes were delicious. The sweet potatoes were to die for, the stuffing light and fluffy, the chicken dish was tasty and the Mac and cheese just yummy all around. I will be ordering again. Just a side comment.......some people have mentioned a grainy texture to the cheese sauce in the mac and cheese.....this is just how the selected cheese used breaks down in the cooking process. It was by no means sandy!
Date published: 2018-05-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from bad instructions for chicken rice I put in oven frozen after preheat. Was looking for how long to sit and then saw THAW 48 hrs before cooking. That s/b first instruction, not last. Liked the mac & cheese better than Martha Stewart's. Haven't tried corn bread stuffing yet nor sweet pot casserole (which I am looking fwd to.
Date published: 2018-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OMG!!! This set of 4 sides is to die for!!! We love them plus, just pop in the oven and no having to cook!!!
Date published: 2018-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SUCH A TREAT I've been ordering these for years. We are never disappointed. I put the dressing in oven about 10 min. before the others go in for the full hr. This is such an easy meal.
Date published: 2018-04-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointing Only one was edible. Waste of money.. I highly recommend that nobody purchase these dishes. I have canceled my auto shipment protocol. I will remember this company so that I never order anything from them again.
Date published: 2018-03-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst purchase Ever!!! While watching the presentation on QVC it looked very very good and David also testified on how good it was, so I ordered the sampler. Once I received the sampler I decided to cooked the cornbread dressing first. The instructions indicate to preheat your oven , take the top lid off and place in the oven. When I took the lid off there was an unbearable foul odor which caused alarm. After cooking for one hour, the foul odor was still present, I tried a half a teaspoon of the dressing and had to spit it in the garbage. The taste was disgusting and awful I through the whole dish in the garbage. Obviously there is no quality control, I will never purchase any kind of food from QVC again. What a waste of money!!!
Date published: 2018-03-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed The macaroni and cheese was bomb. It’s a good thing I tried that one first. Tonight made the cornbread casserole, it was not good.
Date published: 2018-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Institutional Quality! This is a nice combination of four sides which combine very well for a traditional meal. I would not dare to suggest that my taste buds are superior to anyone else's, but I can say whether or not I like a particular dish and why or why not. The quartet is a bit heavy on the starch--cornmeal, mararoni, rice--considering the price point, but I think they will please most tastes. They are well seasoned. Why four stars? It's not home-made, but it's very good for a commercial product. My least favorite was the cornbread dressing. I'm Southern and make a mean dressing, so I may be a bit tough to please in this category. The sage was was overdone for my taste and the dish itself was just a bit too moist. To me the texture suffered--too much liquid equals heavy and dense. Compared to homemade, it was passable. For institutional it was very good. The broccoli/chicken/rice casserole was pretty good. It was made with care with bites of pulled white meat chicken all the way through. The flavor was mild, but not bland, and should appeal to everyone, even notoriously picky kids. On its own, it would be a nice, light main course with a green salad on the side. I enjoyed the mac and cheese, though my personal preference is for a creamier bechamel-based recipe with a couple of cheeses, rather than four cheeses and little to no sauce. I'm sure many would find this delicious and satisfying. The stand-out star of this quartet was without question the sweet potato casserole. It really does stand up to anyone's homemade holiday specialty. It is very well seasoned with a perfect proportion of potato to sweet topping. The sweet potatoes are well-mashed, not pureed to pie consistency (that's a no-no), beautiful texture and very easy to serve. The topping is really, really good, almost like a soft praline, but crispy-crunchy and flavored with chopped nuts. I have tasted other sweet potato casseroles just as good from the kitchens of fine home cooks, but I've never tasted one better. Four all 4 side dishes: This isn't diet food, so the calorie count per serving . . . well, don't look. Just enjoy. For what it's worth, St. Clair's serving size is one cup, which is equivalent to a quarter of the two pound tray. Very generous. I would say that each tray would serve 4-6 people, rather than four only, especially if you're serving all four dishes at the same time and/or children are at table, too. Heating from frozen or refrigerator is a no brainer. There are different times and slight temperature differences among the dishes, but nothing crazy. My advice if you're doing all four trays at once is to use 375 in a conventional oven and bake for 50 minutes, then start checking the brownness of the cheese and brown sugar toppings and just tent some foil over the top of anything that might over-brown. An hour from frozen worked for me, but every oven is different. Be sure you use the middle rack position.
Date published: 2018-02-25
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