NEW ALBANY, Ohio (PRWEB) November 04, 2022
According to a 2021 survey, Americans hosting Thanksgiving dinner will spend an average of 9.6 hours preparing their holiday feast for friends and family. Bob Evans Restaurants is encouraging hosts to get out of the kitchen and into the family room by trusting us to do the work this holiday season. Bob Evans’ Farmhouse Feasts are a collection of complete holiday meals to-go that can accommodate gatherings of any size and can be heated and served in two hours or less – returning valuable time back to families. Each Farmhouse Feast meal is available for dine-in, carryout or delivery*. (*Delivery and other fees may apply.)
Mastering signature Thanksgiving recipes for more than 30 years, Bob Evans Restaurants serves slow-roasted turkey, slow-roasted pot roast and hickory-smoked ham, alongside farm-fresh sides and seasonal pies every day. And when you’ve been helping families celebrate Thanksgiving for as long as Bob Evans has, you understand what family time really means.
“While we know some hosts enjoy spending all day in the kitchen, we also know that there are just as many who would much rather spend that time with their loved ones,” said Bob Holtcamp, President and CMO for Bob Evans Restaurants. “Our Farmhouse Feasts allow people the option to spend the day how they want to spend it while giving them the peace of mind that their guests will get to enjoy a farm-fresh holiday meal.”
Let the home of ‘America’s Farm Fresh’ take care of your friends and family this holiday:
Bob Evans classic Farmhouse Feasts feature three of your favorite Thanksgiving entrée options, including our signature turkey that’s slow-roasted for six hours, slow-roasted pot roast mixed with caramelized onions and roasted carrots, or hickory-smoked ham. Each Farmhouse Feast also includes handcrafted sides made from farm-fresh ingredients such as house-made bread & celery dressing, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans with ham, macaroni & cheese, cranberry relish, freshly baked rolls and pumpkin pie. Farmhouse Feasts are packed cold, so guests can heat, serve and enjoy whenever their Thanksgiving celebration takes place.
Farmhouse Feasts come in various sizes, serving four, eight or up to 10 people starting at $69.99. Guests can order their Farmhouse Feast for Thanksgiving by ordering at BobEvans.com, or visiting or calling any Bob Evans location. Guests have the option to get their Farmhouse Feasts via carryout or curbside pickup. Delivery* is available for orders placed on BobEvans.com through Tuesday November 22nd.
Also available to order is the Holiday Hot Family Meal To Go for $85.99. Served hot and ready to enjoy, the Holiday Family Meal feeds up to six and includes a family-sized portion of Bob Evans’ signature hand-carved slow-roasted turkey, hickory-smoked ham steaks, hand-crafted family-size sides – including bread & celery dressing, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans with ham and corn. It also comes with freshly baked dinner rolls, cranberry relish and pumpkin pie. The meal is also available for curbside pickup, carryout or delivery the week of November 21.
Upgrade any holiday gathering with sides and pies from Bob Evans:
Bob Evans also offers family-size versions of all your favorite Thanksgiving sides, like house-made bread & celery dressing and mashed potatoes with gravy, that start at $9.99 and serve up to six people. A delicious meal is best topped off with a decadent dessert – and nobody does pie better than Bob Evans. In addition to its everyday classics (Apple, Reese’s Peanut Butter), Bob Evans seasonal favorites are back this holiday season, including Pumpkin, Pecan and Triple Berry. Whole pies start at $11.99 and orders for pies and sides can be placed at BobEvans.com or over the phone.
Kick off the Thanksgiving holiday early with the NEW Thanksgiving Turkey Sandwich:
For those who can’t wait until November 24 to experience the tastes of Thanksgiving, Bob Evans has taken its classic Farmhouse kitchen flavors and given them a modern twist with the new Thanksgiving Turkey Sandwich. Combining the best parts of Thanksgiving into a handheld meal, the new sandwich features Bob Evans signature slow-roasted turkey and homemade bread & celery dressing, topped with cranberry relish and mayo on griddled brioche bread. The sandwich is served with homestyle gravy for dipping and a side of French fries.
Make Bob Evans Restaurant your home-away-from-home on Thanksgiving Day:
For those looking for a place to call home on Thanksgiving Day, or to fuel up before preparing a meal at home, all Bob Evans locations will be open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy four all-day breakfast options and a Thanksgiving Holiday Celebration Platter for lunch or dinner.
The platter includes Bob Evans signature slow-roasted turkey, three farm-fresh sides, freshly baked bread and a slice of pie for $15.99. A premium version features both turkey and ham at $17.99. These platters will be available for dine-in, carryout or delivery* from November 23-24. A kid version of the platter will also be offered as a dine-in special for $8.99.
For more information and to order a Farmhouse Feast, sides, or pies this November, please visit http://www.BobEvans.com/Thanksgiving.
About Bob Evans Restaurants, LLC
Bob Evans Restaurants is chain of family-style restaurants founded and headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, which owns and operates nearly 450 locations in 18 states, primarily in the Midwest, mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions. Guests have been enjoying signature farm-fresh meals like the Farmer’s Choice Breakfast, made with fresh-cracked eggs, and the slow-roasted, hand-carved turkey dinner among other classics for over 70 years. True to his humble farmer roots, founder Bob Evans believed in treating strangers like friends and friends like family, and this hospitality is still on display at every Bob Evans Restaurant location. As a private company, Bob Evans Restaurants is focused on bringing America’s Farm Fresh to its guests at every meal, each and every day. For more information and restaurant locations, visit BobEvans.com, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.