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If you are anything like us, and love watching Game of Thrones on Sundays, then you might celebrate with a tasty meal to go with your viewing experience! For the last episode, we decided to go with a themed recipe and make something that you might find in Westeros, with some modern updates of course. We chose to make a Chicken Pot Pie fit for a king! The recipe we followed was for a 13×19 pan, but we modified it slightly to make it look like a more authentic Game of Thrones Pie. Don’t worry, this was not a Frey Pie (book reader joke). We followed the recipe available on our site almost completely, until we got to actual pie section. We decided to weave together bacon (around 10-12 slices, depending on thickness) to serve as the top of our pie. Then we placed the readymade pie crust into a greased pie … Continue reading

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We are kicking off a new menu this week, every night you can count on enjoying fresh prepared meals from our kitchen by our talented staff! Feeding your family great tasting food at a very reasonable price was the goal for our new program and we are thrilled with the results. On Sundays we offer our hot 8-piece bucket of Fried Chicken for $6.99 all day, our recipe for the fried chicken was perfected over thirty years ago! Our wildly popular Pot Pie Monday begins at 4 pm with our hot homemade Pot Pies for $4.99 each while they last! These have proved so popular, many guests call and reserve their pot pies. Tuesday’s menu happens to be my very favorite – hot out of the oven and ready to serve- Mom’s Meatloaf with Roasted Red Potatoes for only $9.99! Wednesday’s are heat & serve ready Lasagna Rollups, serves 2 … Continue reading

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One of our favorite dinners growing up was “Dad’s Pancakes” made from scratch and unbelievably fluffy. The pancakes were always served with what is now referred to as simple syrup, we referred to it all those years ago as sugar syrup. While I would like to tell you that I continue to make Dad’s recipe, my time does not allow that to be the case, but that doesn’t stop us from enjoying pancakes for dinner! There are many good pancake mixes, I like a complete mix where all you have to do is add water, a quick and easy way to feed the family for dinner, add some “little sizzlers” or bacon with a giant glass of milk and your family will be very happy. That glass of milk can also help save BIG money at the gas pump as well. Save 10 cents per gallon of gas for EACH … Continue reading

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A weekly menu plan can take the guesswork out of already busy week for time-starved families.You don’t want to be staring at an empty refrigerator at 5 o’clock wondering what you will have for dinner, I have been there too many times myself. After receiving several requests for a weekly suggested menu, we gave it a try.We will include some of our carry-out favorites such as our Chicken Pot Pie sold hot on Mondays after 4 pm, while they last.We went one step further trying to help you, we made a grocery list for each of the recipes.  We will post these menus on our Facebook page. In addition to menu planning to save time, you might also consider what your staple items should be in the freezer for quick meals when your schedule goes awry.We always try to have a couple of  Festival’s  Mom’s Meatloaf in the freezer as … Continue reading

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