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what i ate at bob evans

SummerDaytimeWhen spending time in Ohio, I always make a point to eat at least one meal at Bob Evans.  While ole Bob (1918-2007) himself is no longer around to serve up fresh farm food daily, his legacy lives on in the guts of Ohioans.  And oh, what a gut you can grow!  Here is what I ate for my one meal at the Bob Evans just outside of Wooster:

A cup of our famous sausage gravy served with two buttermilk biscuits, stuffed with spicy pepper-jack cheese and smothered with crumbled Bob Evans® Sausage, your choice of one hotcake, one slice of French toast, two delicate crepes filled with vanilla cream cheese and finished with your choice of fruit topping, diced smoked ham and bacon is cooked right in the eggs with our vegetable mixture of diced tomatoes, onions and fresh baby spinach, three large, fluffy hotcakes, served with warm syrup, a grilled flour tortilla wrapped around a fluffy western omelet, reduced-Fat Raspberry Vinaigrette, Caesar, Swiss Bacon, Thousand Island, Sweet Italian, Hot Bacon, Colonial®, Bob Evans Wildfire Ranch, French, Buttermilk Ranch, Bleu Cheese, Oil & Vinegar, Honey Mustard or Lite Ranch, slow-roasted beef, carrots, grilled onions and American cheese, piled high on grilled sourdough, tender, oven-roasted chicken and steamed broccoli florets are covered in a creamy Alfredo sauce, served with mashed potatoes, tender, slow-roasted chicken, bacon, sweet dried cranberries and bleu cheese tossed with fresh greens in our Sweet Italian dressing, one boneless fried chicken breast, our signature slow-cooked pot roast is topped with a rich and creamy stroganoff sauce made with mushrooms and onions and served over a bed of wide egg noodles, a bed of spaghetti topped with our very own meat sauce made with Bob Evans® Signature Italian Sausage, tossed in our classic Caesar dressing, then topped with a hard-boiled egg, grape tomatoes, crispy bacon, croutons and shredded Parmesan cheese a delicious combination of our signature slow-roasted turkey, smoky bacon, diced tomatoes, and homestyle egg noodles in a light cheddar cheese sauce. Topped with shredded cheddar cheese and toasted bread crumbs.

Yum!

Nutritional content: 89,657 calories, 68,432 calories from fat.

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