Hash Over: Caterers Offer December Deals, Sevy's Sets Scotch Dinner, Pei Wei Pays It Forward And Nana Serves Sparkling Flights

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Now that Thanksgiving is behind us and you're back at work, how are you going to get those essential holiday calories? 

After you've exhausted the possibilities for those Thanksgiving leftovers, you could convince your boss to order catering. Cobb Switch BBQ recently expanded its catering menu to offer box lunches and holiday turkey or ham meals, as well as whole smoked hams or turkeys. And Wolfgang Puck Catering is offering Treat Tuesdays on the first four Tuesdays of this month, delivering to your office a morning buffet, salad and sandwich lunch buffet, afternoon snacks and sweet holiday treats.

It's worth a shot--after all, the boss is probably just as sick of turkey sandwiches as you are.

Also going on this week...

Sevy's Scotch Club Dinner at 5 p.m. today includes The Macallan Scotches with five specially created pairings, including grilled beef tenderloin, smoked salmon salad, mini venison sausage dogs and more. The dinner is $44.95 per person plus tax and tip. Reservations (required) are at 214-265-7389.

On Wednesday, Pei Wei Asian Diner will take 25 percent off your entree if you bring a non-perishable food item. Collected food will be donated to the North Texas Food Bank.

Nana's December Friday Night Flights (6 p.m. to 8 p.m.) features champagne and sparkling wine with tuna tartar, mozzarella and seared strawberries and white apple soup. Not bad for $20.

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