A Trip to Bob Evans - Recipes Food and Cooking

A Trip to Bob Evans - Recipes Food and Cooking

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“At Bob Evans down on the farm sharing good food is a symbol of love.  From our seasonal ingredients, eggs gathered fresh daily, always fresh never frozen Broasted Chicken. Potatoes Chopped & Sliced Fresh. Our turkey sourced directly from Midwest farms. Baked fresh breads every day. Meals slow-roasted for hours. Chicken-N-Noodles made in-house daily.  Get In On Farm-Fresh Goodness.”

There’s a lot of promises in that statement from Bob Evans. Based on my visit the other day and in the past I can honestly say they deliver on those promises.

I went to Bob Evans the other night to try out their newly returned 3 Course dinner. The 3-Course Dinners includes a soup or salad, entrée, side, bread and dessert. They have several choices which includes a turkey dinner with all of the trimmings, slow roasted pork, a grilled sirloin with portabella mushrooms and cheese and beef pot roast. Items available may vary by location.

First off you get a endless supply of bread, biscuits, banana or pumpkin bread. Being a bread lover I loved this great option! Everything is baked in house. Then you have a choice of a fresh garden salad or your choice of soup. I opted for the salad and my friend chose a cheesy potato soup. We were at the restaurant about a hour before closing time and I was impressed that the salad was freshly made. It appeared to have just been put together not in a case all day waiting to be served.

For entrees we chose a slow roasted pork roast dinner and a grilled sirloin steak dinner with portabella mushrooms and cheese. You can choose between any of the sides Bob Evans serves. We chose a baked potato and green beans. My steak was really good and very tender. The portabella mushrooms were amazing! All of the dinners available on this menu have a comfort food feel to them and the taste doesn’t disappoint. It almost felt like someone’s grandmother was back in that kitchen at the restaurant. Good ole comfort food!

3-Course Slow-Roasted Dinners

· Slow-Roasted Turkey & Dressing: Slow Roasted for 6 hours, hand carved, farm-raised from Midwestern farms.

· Slow-Roasted Pot Roast: Slow Roasted for 9 hours, on top of mashed potatoes, baby carrots, onions, pan-roasted beef gravy

Ingredients

  • 3-Course Slow-Roasted Dinners
  • 3-Course Bob Evans Broasted Chicken Dinners (if available at your location)
  • 3-Course Steak Dinner
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