With the holiday season in full swing and some of them have even past (Thanksgiving, first night of Hanukkah, etc.) the chaos is upon us.
How can one person expect to buy presents, clean the house, make stellar meals followed by a huge, mega good, meal AND make sure everyone is having a good time who is staying over the house? The answer- It isn’t possible, either you need some helpers or you need some help. Bob Evans is a great way to get meal help.
Think of their farm fresh dishes as a neighbor throwing in a hand to help out.
These dishes go from boneless turkey breast that melts in your mouth to stuffing and mashed potatoes that are, “I have to know how to make these’” good. There are lots of options in regard to dishes and they range from sides like mashed potatoes to home fries and buttered sweet corn. Next are the main courses which include ham, turkey and country fried steak. Of course there are also breads and desserts. Desserts are pies of various types including cherry, pumpkin and pecan and even fresh baked chocolate chip cookies.
We had a pre- thanksgiving turkey meal and I can honestly say all the food was phenomenal. The turkey was moist, the mashed potatoes were awesome, and the pie didn’t last long at all. The gravy was smooth and the cranberry sauce tart and full of real cranberries.
The prices are also quite affordable and with pre ordering available and simple reheat instructions enclosed Bob Evens is definitely a useful neighbor to have.
The complements will roll if this meat is served at a family function, just make sure you share your secret and the local Bob Evans phone number.
Bob Evans is also doing their part to help with hunger this season. They have a Farmhouse Feast Donation program for those in need.
Farmhouse Feast® Donation Program
Starting as a grassroots effort in 2010 by restaurant employees, Bob Evans is once again offering the Farmhouse Feast donation program. Thanks to generous donations from guests, more than 5,300 Farmhouse Feasts were purchased and delivered by our employees to local charities last year. Now through Dec. 25, guests are invited to join Bob Evans in helping to make the holidays brighter for area families by making $1, $5 or $10 donations in restaurant or online. The Bob Evans Farmhouse Feast meal is available in two sizes to satisfy families large and small, serving up to eight or four, and comes with a choice of a slow-roasted whole boneless turkey breast or sliced boneless ham, bread and celery dressing, mashed potatoes with gravy, buttered sweet corn, green beans with ham, cranberry relish, rolls, and a pumpkin pie with whipped topping, providing a complete holiday meal for families in need. You can order one online now for your family to enjoy at http://www.bobevans.com/
Fresh Produce Initiative
Another way Bob Evans gave back this year was at the grand opening of their new corporate campus in New Albany, Ohio on Oct. 26. They made a $50,000 contribution to support Mid-Ohio Foodbank’s fresh food initiative. An estimated three to six billion pounds of fresh produce grown each year in America does not make it to market. At the request of Feeding America, Mid-Ohio Foodbank launched a national initiative to get more of that produce from farmers’ fields to the tables of America’s hungry families. Bob Evans Food Products also donated sausage that equated to 18,000 meals to the Foodbank, which serves 20 counties in central and eastern Ohio.