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THANKSGIVING SOLVED: Restaurant chain offers 2 ways to dine on holiday

Bob Evans Restaurants has unveiled the chain’s Thanksgiving plans, and it’s offering to cook your holiday dinner whether you eat it at your place or theirs.

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Save time and money with Feast to-go! Starting at less than $10 per person, the Thanksgiving Farmhouse Feast is a fully-cooked, heat-and-serve meal made with the same farm fresh ingredients Bob Evans is known for.

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To eat at home, Bob Evans is preparing 3 different renditions of the “Thanksgiving Farmhouse Feast” – a fully-cooked, heat-and-serve meal for 4-10 people:
🦃PREMIUM FARMHOUSE FEAST  -- $114.99 

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Serves 8 to 10 people and includes: • Slow-Roasted Turkey • Hickory-Smoked Ham • Corn • Bread & Celery Dressing • Mashed Potatoes with Gravy • Rolls • Green Beans with Ham • Cranberry Relish • Macaroni & Cheese • Pumpkin Bread • Pumpkin Pie • Double-Crust Apple Pie

🦃 FARMHOUSE FEAST - $79.99-84.99

Serves 8 and includes: • Slow-Roasted Turkey or Hickory-Smoked Ham • Bread & Celery Dressing • Corn • Mashed Potatoes with Gravy • Green Beans with Ham • Cranberry Relish • Rolls • Pumpkin Bread • Pumpkin Pie

🦃 FARMHOUSE FEAST - $49.99-54.99

Serves 4 and includes: • Slow-Roasted Turkey or Hickory-Smoked Ham • Bread & Celery Dressing • Corn • Mashed Potatoes with Gravy • Green Beans with Ham • Rolls • Pumpkin Pie • Cranberry Relish

In need of just an extra side, appetizer or another option to round out the meal? Order Thanksgiving offerings a la carte from Bob Evans, available for pick up at all locations.

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Customers can place orders for the Thanksgiving Farmhouse Feast now by calling, ordering online or in restaurant at any Bob Evans location with pickups available now through Thanksgiving day. They can then pick up, reheat and serve the meal, rather than spending hours researching recipes, creating grocery lists, and working on meal prep, Bob Evans officials said.

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“Thanksgiving is a time that’s meant to be spent with family and friends, building memories around the dining room table over great-tasting food,” Saed Mohseni, president and CEO of Bob Evans Farms, Inc., said in a release. “We take pride in providing quality, homestyle holiday dishes that our guests are looking to include on their Thanksgiving tables and we’re thrilled to offer guests a complete meal option at such a great value. This allows hosts to spend less time in the kitchen and more time around the table with the ones they love most.”

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For those who don’t want to do any cooking or cleaning whatsoever, Bob Evans restaurant locations will be open until 8pm on Thanksgiving Day and offer delicious, holiday-inspired entrees.

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