Oct 3, 2011

Bob Evans FarmHouse meal Review and Giveaway

"Bob Evans Farms got its start when our founder, Bob Evans, began making sausage on his southeastern Ohio farm to serve at a 12-stool diner he owned in nearby Gallipolis in 1948.
 As the reputation of Bob Evans Sausage grew, Bob Evans invited people to his farm in Rio Grande, Ohio. "There were so many people coming to the farm that we finally built a little restaurant in 1962 just to take care of them. It started out with only a dozen stools -- just a convenience place," Bob recalled."


Bob Evans introduced their new FarmHouse meals that are only going to cost you $6. You can't beat that price when it comes to taking your family out to eat. Available Monday through Friday 11 am to close. At participating locations only, you can choose from these great meals:

Bob Evans® Sausage Gravy Breakfast
Border Scramble® Biscuit Bowl
Chicken-N-Noodles Deep-Dish Dinner
Homemade Meat Loaf Knife & Fork Sandwich
Sausage Biscuit Bowl
Slow-Roasted Turkey Knife & Fork Sandwich
Spaghetti with Meat Sauce
Spinach, Bacon and Tomato Biscuit Bowl
Two eggs, Bob Evans Sausage or bacon and two biscuits
Chicken & Broccoli Alfredo

Along with their farmhouse meals they also have side items you can add only for .99.


I ordered the Border Scramble biscuit bowl a delicious combination of spicy pepper jack cheese, crumbled sausage, home fries, diced tomatoes, and onions on a flaky buttermilk biscuit bowl. 
Topped with sour cream, scallions, pepper jack cheese, and a spicy ranchero sauce. This is a very flavorful meal with a good amount of kick. It was really filling and I was only able to eat half the bowl and my side of fries. It was almost like eating a taco only better.


My husband ordered the Spinach, Bacon, and Tomato biscuit bowl. A blend of fresh baby spinach and bacon scrambled eggs and home fries on top of a flaky buttermilk biscuit.  
Topped with hollandaise sauce, shredded cheddar cheese and scallions. I just had to steal a bite because it looked so good. It tasted good too. I don't normally like hollandaise sauce but this one tasted creamy and reminded me of these breakfast pizzas I like. As you can see he ordered a side of strawberry yogurt which didn't last too long after this picture was taken.



Overall our experience was great. The staff was friendly and even offered us drinks to go. I know when I go back to Bob Evans I am going to have a tough time deciding what I will eat. Both of these dishes tasted good and they make me want more.

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Bob Evans is offering a couple prizes for a giveaway. One lucky reader will win a $25 gift card to Bob Evans restaurant and five other readers will win a coupon for a free FarmHouse meal.








 I received a free sample from Bob Evans through working with blogfriendlypr to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose.  Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.




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34 comments:

Sadie said...

My kids love Bob Evans!

Jan said...

My favorite dish is the buttermilk hotcakes
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Cheryl Free said...

My favorite dish is Country-Fried Steak :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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Start To Finish Supplies said...

I would order the Two eggs, Bob Evans Sausage or bacon and two biscuits meal.

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debijackson said...

definitely the country fried steak

Missy L said...

My favorite dish is the Open-Faced Roast Beef meal

clc408 said...

My favorite is the Slow-Roasted Turkey Knife & Fork Sandwich

hale2005 said...

The Half-Sandwich Combo is my favorite.

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Mami2jcn said...

I'd like to try the spaghetti with meat sauce.

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abitnerdy said...

mmmmmm.... Slow-Roasted Turkey Knife & Fork Sandwich is something i'd love

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astroqueen67 said...

The SPINACH, BACON AND TOMATO BISCUIT BOWL looks so good! Holly Hennessy Swint astroqueen67@hotmail.com

scottsgal said...

their turkey is delish!
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Megan McGowan Parsons said...

I always get Burger, Fries & a salad. I LOVE Bob Evans!!!!
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Cinderella10383 said...

Spaghetti and Meat sauce is my favorite farmhouse dish and my favorite reg dish is the french toast

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Shannon said...

I love their chicken salad, it's so good!

jzagarjr said...

My favorite is Slow-Roasted Turkey Breast

Heidi said...

The Bob Evans sausage chili sounds good!

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Katharina said...

My favorite Bob Evans dish is the Knife and Fork Meatloaf Sandwich... very hungry for it now. :-)
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amy16323 said...

chicken salad
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Chip said...

Chicken-N-Noodles Deep-Dish Dinner...so yummy!! Jill L
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Jen at A Heart Full of Love said...

My favorite is their chicken and noodles. Yum!

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Hotsnotty2 said...

My favorite dish is Country-Fried Steak

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A, Cisco said...

My favorite Bob Evans dish is Biscuits and gravy

shirley H said...

my favorite is Slow-Roasted Turkey Breast



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Erin Cook said...

I like the Sweet & Savory Pork Chops
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Nancy said...

I love the sausage biscuits and gravy.

lyndseyluvsjj said...

My favorite is the chicken n noodle deep dish dinner.

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Chrissy said...

My favorite is the farmer's choice breakfast. I always substitute the biscuits for one roll and one piece of banana bread. Yum!!

Julie said...

i love their meatloaf
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mary brown said...

I would love to try the pot roast sandwich

c allen said...

my fave would be the Border Scramble biscuit bowl crystal l allen

wallindeb said...

I like SAUSAGE BISCUIT BOWL
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tianitra said...

I luv Bob Evan Omelets (spinach, mushrooms, onions and turkey in my omelet) and home fries. Haven't been in a while and cause I moved from the side of town that it's located. Don't need much of an incentive to head out that way though!!!

Erica said...

The Slow-Roasted Turkey Breast looks great!
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