My love for Bob Evans began years ago.
I have many fond childhood memories of dining at this classic restaurant with my family and friends. You simply can’t beat their breakfast and sausage gravy & biscuits! I remember going to the original restaurant in Rio Grande after volleyball camp and also stopping there while traveling through southern Ohio on our way to the beach. Most people don’t know that my first job was actually a hostess at Bob Evans! There’s some true nostalgia between Bob Evans and I 🙂And this Easter, more than any other year, I couldn’t have been more excited when they reached out to help spread the word about their Easter Farmhouse Feast! As you know, my due date is quickly approaching and I honestly feel like the little babe could come any day, which means a little help in the food prep department is MUCH appreciated, especially for Easter! Less stress and spending more time with family and friends is a win in everyone’s book, I’m sure!Bob Evans’ Easter Farmhouse Feast serves up to ten people and features SO MUCH delicious food!The Feast includes BOTH a slow-roasted turkey breast and sliced hickory smoked ham, bread & celery dressing, mashed potatoes, buttered sweet corn, green beans with ham, cranberry relish, gravy, a dozen rolls, macaroni & cheese, a whole double-crust apple pie, a whole Lemon Supreme pie (Strawberry Supreme Pie in select locations) and a loaf of banana nut bread, all for an affordable $109.99.
I can’t wait to pick up their Farmhouse Feast and treat my family this year!
In collaboration with Bob Evans Restaurants.