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Bob Evans is a special restaurant for me and my family. My mom and I go there at least once a week, after the kids are off to school. It’s not often that I go there without her, because it’s our place. But I have treated the kids a few times on the weekends, as well.
Even though it’s always breakfast time when my mom and I visit, I always order the same chicken sandwich with fries and my mom does the same, only hers is turkey. Though she does love their Caramel Mochas. It’s our place, and the waitresses all know us and take our order before we even have to speak. We feel like a part of the Bob Evans family.
And when it comes to Thanksgiving, we all want to spend it with family. But if you’re still wondering what to do about the big feast, why not let the family at Bob Evans give you some holiday help from the farm? Whether guests are looking to dine-in at a restaurant or enjoy a complete meal at home, Bob Evans can help prepare a delicious, stress-free holiday feast. Offerings include the Premium Farmhouse Feast, which includes the entire holiday meal and serves up to 10 people for only $109.99 to a la carte sides (everything from mashed potatoes to pumpkin pie) to complete catering options.
Premium Farmhouse Feast $109.99 (serves 8-10): This extra special meal is packed cold and includes BOTH a slow-roasted whole boneless turkey breast and sliced hickory smoked ham, bread & celery dressing, homestyle mashed potatoes, buttered sweet corn, green beans with ham, cranberry relish, gravy, dozen rolls, macaroni & cheese, a whole apple pie, a whole pumpkin pie with whipped topping, and a loaf of pumpkin bread.
Farmhouse Feast $49.99 – $89.99 (serves 4-8): This holiday package is packed cold and includes your choice of a slow-roasted whole turkey, ham or pot roast, bread & celery dressing, homestyle mashed potatoes, buttered sweet corn, green beans with ham, cranberry relish, gravy, dozen rolls, pumpkin pie with whipped topping and a loaf of pumpkin bread.
Restaurant Sides (prices vary): From mashed potatoes to dressing to pumpkin pie, Bob Evans has sides covered! If you just want to concentrate on the turkey, have a mishap or forget a side dish, guests can order sides for pick-up any day, including Thanksgiving Day.
Catering (prices vary): Sometimes you just don’t want to cook but you need to feed a lot of people. That’s where Bob Evans catering comes in. From a holiday office party to your own family gathering, Bob Evans can take care of everything.
Refrigerated Sides (prices vary): If you don’t have a Bob Evans restaurant near you, pop over to your local grocery store and grab one of Bob Evans famous refrigerated sides.
If you are hosting family for the holidays, know that entertaining doesn’t need to be stressful. Holiday Help from the Farm combines the wisdom and beliefs of Bob Evans, whose life was dedicated to hospitality, with the renown and knowledge of The Emily Post Institute, to take the stress out of the holidays and keep the focus on what matters: time with family and friends.
Top tips from Lizzie Post:
- Plan in advance so you can enjoy the holiday, greet each guest as they arrive, and make everyone feel special and appreciated.
- Mentally prepare yourself to roll with the punches. Things always go wrong but as long as you remain calm, your holiday event will be a success.
- Keep your focus on your friends and family. It doesn’t matter if the turkey burns or the table is not set to perfection, the most important thing is that your guests feel welcome.
For other tips, people can call the Bob Evans Holiday Helpline: (855) 4MY-TABLE or visit Bob Evans Holiday Help for more information.