Bob Evans Farmhouse Feast – Giveaway

***UPDATED: This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to the winner Deanna (#217!)

How would you like to have THIS

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…delivered WARM to your doorstep?!?  Just in time for your holiday meal…or your holiday party…or just for dinner!

The Bob Evans Holiday Farmhouse Feast is the perfect solution for a cookless, low-stress holiday season.

The Farmhouse Feast comes complete with Bob Evans’ signature slow-roasted boneless turkey breast or sliced, boneless ham, bread and celery dressing, mashed potatoes with gravy, buttered sweet corn, green beans with ham, cranberry orange relish, rolls, a loaf of pumpkin bread and a pumpkin pie with whipped topping. The turkey and ham are both pre-cooked.

Bob Evans will also be offering the Farmhouse Feast anytime during December for your holiday entertaining or your Christmas meal.  If you are interested in ordering, you can learn more on their website.  The website contains ordering information, heating instructions (as some reheating will be necessary), and a FAQ page.

So here’s how you can get this meal delivered to your doorstep…just enter as normal below. The winner will then get to choose the date they would like their meal delivered. Anytime between now and New Year’s!

Giveaway Details

1. Contest ends Sunday, November 15th at 5 pm EST. Winner will be announced back here on this post, and notified via email with further instructions.

2. Entry #1: Leave a comment just saying you want this magnificant feast delivered to your doorstep.

3. Entry #2: Leave a SEPARATE comment telling me in what way you promoted this contest (i.e., posting it in a forum, posting about it on your blog, Tweet about it, emailing all your friends, and/or subscribe to my feed by email or in a reader).

4. Entry #3: Share your favorite Thanksgiving side dish…feel free to leave a link!

5. Winner will be selected by

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*Disclosure: I will be receiving this meal WARM on my doorstep next week.

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My favorite side dish is stuffing. It is one of those dishes that you just don’t have other times of the year. I make the sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, cauliflower/broccoli casserole throughout the year, but no stuffing.

My favorite side dish is mashed sweet potatoes with butter, salt and pepper. None of this brown sugar cinnamon stuff. Yum, yum, yum!! Now I’m hungry.

Just went to Bob Evans a couple of days ago for some comfort food and saw this great meal offer. It sounds so yummy. I’d relish a no-stress holiday with a budget friendly dinner this year!

My favorite side dish is a toss-up. I really like the traditional Campbell’s green bean casserole, but I also make a really good corn pudding every year. Thanksgiving just wouldn’t be the same without both on my plate.

My favorite holiday side dish is this fruit salad my mom has made since I can remember. It’s cans of fruit cocktail w/ walnuts, mini marshmallows and a can of whipped cream. Sounds like dessert, but we always had it with our Thanksgiving dinner.

I would love to win this! This would help out with the holiday entertaining. I get to have Christmas and Thanksgiving this year!

Stuffing, without a doubt. Though I make a Port Wine Cranberry Sauce that is amazing on its own, or with anything, or as a sandwich spread…or on its own…

With 5 boys and a husband for Thanksgiving, this would be the perfect meal, and my hubby could take the day off. He’s the cook in our family!

I’m drooling over this meal. I’d love to win it as we are due to have a baby the beginning of december. This would be SO helpful!

My favorite side dish is cran. sauce. BUT it must be from a can and still be in the can shape with the lines… you know where to cut your portion. 😉

I subscribe via Google Reader and I post about this blog (and this giveaway) on my facebook page — I know at least 3 of my friends have subscribed to your blog now!

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is carrots and turnips. My family is the only one I’ve ever known to serve it. You boil carrots and turnips together until they are soft then mash them up together with about a stick of butter (or more) and lots of salt and pepper. Nothing says Thanksgiving or home for the holidays like carrots and turnips! The ratio is about 1 turnip to every 3 carrots…

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is broccoli casserole. I usually make this a couple times during the holiday season and my friends and family love it. The recipe has lots of cheese and rice in it. So yummy!

Winning this would REALLY make me happy. My fiance and I might have to go without a Thanksgiving dinner this year (because of job loss, economy, etc.) and I’m a little bummed about it.

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is my fiance’s super cheesy mashed potatoes… basically, it’s mashed potatoes (made from potatoes, not the instant flakes) that is baked with both American and sharp white cheddar. So amazing.

My favorite side dish for Thanksgiving… well, I have two. Sweet Potato Casserole (don’t forget the pecans and marshmallows, please) and stuffing, of course.

My favorite side dish is stuffing. I’ve had homemade and like it ok but I really love Stovetop Stuffing the best!!!

And for an extra point, (hahaha) my husband’s favorite is green bean casserole.

Thanks so much for the chances to win!

My favorite side dish is this grape salad I found online last year! It is delish!
I bunch grapes(around a lb) green or red or mixed
1 carton sour cream
1 block softened cream cheese
3/4 -1 cup white sugar
1tsp vanilla
1/2 c brown sugar
1/2 cup pecans or walnuts

Mix the sour cream,cream cheese,white sugar and vanilla until well blended(I use a mixer) add grapes and mix to coat. Top with brown sugar ,then nuts.Let rest in the fridge a bit or eat right away…it is addictive!

Entry #3: My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is mashed potatoes. I know, that’s kind of lame, but I just love the comfort factor (having them for every meal since I can remember contributes to that).

My favorite Thanksgiving side is the Italian sausage stuffing I make. I got it from a copy of Family Fun magazine that my mom emailed me the first year I was making dinner all by myself.

I would love to win this feast. I am dealing with a back injury and that would make things much easier if I didn’t have to cook. Thanks for the chance to win!

Oh what a blessing this would be if I won!! My daughter and her family have been absolutely wonderful taking care of me and it would make me so happy to be able to surprise them with a meal as a thank you for all they have done.

My favorite side dish is cranberry sauce because I have been to waaay too many big, fancy dinners where people plunk a can of jellied nastiness into a bowl, mush it around and call it cranberry sauce. No people! Instead, buy a bag of cranberries. I’m pretty sure this recipe is on the back of all of them but if not:
Boil a bag of cranberries with a cup or two (can’t remember – but just do it to taste) of sugar and a cup or two of water and cook until the cranberries are mostly popped (their skin breaks from the heat). Then put a bowl under a strainer and strain the sauce into the bowl. Mush all the cranberries into the strainer so all the good pulpy parts come out and all the skin and seeds and stuff stay in – you’ll have to scrap the strainer.

Then stick it in the freezer and voila! delicious, ridiculously easy cranberry sauce. I have *amazed* people with how good this is.

I would love to win this for my mom! She ends up cooking for every holiday for the rest of our family (unfortunately we live too far away to be there). This would be a great gift for her!

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is yams. We never had these growing up, it wasnt until I started working at a restaurant that had them, where I grew to love them. Then my dads new wife started making them. I cant get enough!!

I’m going to email all my friends and tell them to visit this website and enter the contest. If they win I’ll just go and eat at their house!

Hmmm, my favorite side dish….. I guess it would be mashed potatoes and gravy, but I love it all!!! very hard to decide. I love sweet potatoes too! Sorry hard to make that choice!!

My favorite side dish is green bean casserole! Canned green beans, cream of mushroom soup, a little milk, and fried onions… voila, heaven!

Oh my goodness. This would be absolutely amazing to have for Thanksgiving! I’m hosting this year, and there are TONS of people coming. We have a new baby, and I couldn’t possibly care less about cooking the food. What we have here, is a recipe for disaster!

My all time favorite Thanksgiving side dish is Sweet potato Casserole with Candied Pecans on top (No cranberries nor marshmallow topping here, please and thank you!)

my all time favorite side dish would have to be asparagus casserole. My mom used to make it every year and then she passed the torch to me :)

My favorite side dish are my sister’s fantastic twice baked potatoes. No link, since it’s her own personal recipe. She won’t even share it with us, but I’m working on her!

Oh man I would LOVE this. My parents will be out of town this Thanksgiving and it will just be my daughter and I no way can I afford to fix a whole lovely dinner for she and I. This would be a blessing. Thanks for the great giveaway.

On Thanksgiving, I’m always asked to serve Cranberry Nut Bread. We even make small loaves, wrap them in pretty paper, and give them to our neighbors for Thanksgiving gifts.

I would love to win. My husband and I love the Knife and Fork Turkey sandwich at Bob Evans. My favorite side is the stuffing which tastes a lot like my mother’s recipe. I also love their orange cranberry relish. Since my daughter and her family have been through some hard times lately and received some help from strangers, I can’t help thinking how nice it would be to surprise a family or an elderly person with this dinner. What a treat that would be for someone, but I’m not sure how to find just the right person. Maybe ask for suggestions at my grandchildren’s elementary school. I am mentioning this on my blog

Favorite Thanksgiving side dish? How do I pick just one?! My husband would say he loves green bean casserole. Oh I know… My mom’s side of the family makes Yankee dressing… Which is way better than corn bread dressing in my opinion.

Brocolli and creamed corn casserole.

1 pkg frozen broccoli spears or chopped
2 cans creamed corn
1 sleeve saltine crackers
2-3 pats o’butter

1. heat oven to 350
2. melt butter
3. crush crackers and add butter
4. put 1/2 of the crackers in bottom of baking dish
5. make a layer of thawed broccoli
6. cover w/ creamed corn
7. top w/ the rest of the cracker crumbs
8. bake un covered 45 min – 1 hr until bubbly and crisp on top.

My favorite side dish is stuffing. My mother used to make a pan of cornbread and lay out some white bread slices to get stale. She made broth from the turkey giblets, but I use store bought broth instead. She sauteed chopped celery and onion in butter and added that to the crumbled bread and cornbread. Then she added a beaten egg and lots of dried sage. Every year I try to perfect this simple dish. I have added chopped apples or mushrooms or pecans to the recipe, but now I am back to basics just trying to get the right preportion of ingredients and the right texture – not too dry and not to mushy.

I would love to win this feast! I’m expecting a baby the middle of December and the fact that I ALWAYS go late I’m thinking the holidays will be especially busy, one less thing to worry about would be a blessing. Please pick me random generator!!

I think my favorite Thanksgiving side dish is oyster dressing – either that or cranberry sauce. It’s so hard to choose just one!

We would love to have dinner delivered, and it would last us for 3 or 4 dinners, which would be a really big blessing to our family of 6. Thanks!

My favorite sidedish is one I came up with after trying it and the hostess wouldnt part with her recipe…..My Cranberry Salad.
1 can of cranberry sauce
1 pkg raspberry jello
1 med can crushed pineapple

Drain pineapple and reserve juice…add enough water to equal 1 cup. Bring to a boil mix jello into boiling water for 2 mins. Add cranberry sauce and mix. Then add pineapple and mix…Refrigerate at least 3 hours.

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish would have to be cranberry sauce. Not only is it delicious on Thanksgiving but it makes the most delicious leftover turkey sandwiches. But my second favorite would have to be sweet potatoes!

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is sweet potato casserole. We use a family recipe that I got from my grandmother. The casserole has become very popular with my husband’s family and I am expected to make it every year for them :)

Wow, I would LOVE that dinner…since we are closing on a new house the day before Thanksgiving. BECAUSE I AM INSANE. Oh, no, wait…because it took the bank forever to get back to us about the house!

Oh, and my favorite side dish is brussel sprouts. Roasted. My mother served them every year and we hated them until she stopped making them.

I would love to have this meal delivered to a family at church that lost a loved one this week-they could really use the comfort.

Picking one favorite side is hard! I think that’s because the combination of flavors is what is so great. But if I have to choose, it would be my grandma’s fresh cranberry relish. SO GOOD!

Also, my favorite side dish for Thanksgiving is sweet potatoes. The kind topped with marshmallows are good, but the kind mashed with nuts and brown sugar on top are even better!

We have a favorite sidedish in our family that only gets made once or twice a year. Thanksgiving is one of those special times. The dish is called Fried Noodles and Onions. A simple dish, but oh so good!

As a mom of 5 having a dinner delivered to my door would make my day, no week, no YEAR. Not having to cook or even think about WHAT’S FOR DINNER would be a blessing.

SO random generator please pick me!!!!

My favorite Thanksgiving side is sweet potato casserole made with fresh mashed sweet potatos. It tastes more like a dessert.

My favorite Thanksgiving dish, is yams. We make a sauce using orange juice, cornstarch, brown sugar, and butter. Sweet and a little tangy, and I’m sure a little healthier than sweet potatoes covered in butter and marshmallows. I just love it it is the perfect side dish.

Posted it on my facebook page AND emailed it. :) I realize this only count’s as one entry, but I couldn’t leave out my non-facebook users! :)

our favorite Thanksgiving food is deep fried turkey. We brine it for 2 days in a mixture of salt water and whiskey and pepper corns then we rinse it, dry it and put it down in peanut oil! Wonderful!

OOOPS! I missed the little thing about a SIDE dish. That would have to be cranberry salad. Hope we can swap this out for the turkey…which is really all that matters to us. :)

By far, my favorite side dish is a cranberry relish that’s usually on the back of the cranberry bag. It’s cranberries, a whole orange (rind and all) and sugar. LOVE this time of year!

I would like this dinner delivered!!! Love Bob Evans food and we would share it with others that are having it a bit tough this year.

My son’s pre-school is next to Bob Evans.. Kids can get their lunches from there. My son loves mac-and-cheese from “Evans Bob” as he prefers to call Bob Evans.. Great food and Friendly service!!!!

My favorite Thanksgiving dish is Green Bean Casserole, made with green beans, cream of mushroom soup and frenh fried onion rings. Yum!

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is Butter Beans (I am from North Carolina and we like the big purple butter beans). Yummy!

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!!
I would enjoy so very much having this delivered to my door this year, as I am hosting Thanksgiving at my home!
I hope to be the lucky chosen one. :-)

Oh please, I would love this, we’re getting ready to move to Ukraine and have two little kids and i just don’t have time to do the holidays “right” this year without some help.

My favorite side dish is my husband’s family recipe for yams–involves so much butter and brown sugar it could easily qualify as a dessert, but it sure is tasty.

A diabetics friend…

Sugar Free Cranberries

1 bag fresh cranberries, rinsed and cleaned through
1 cup Splenda
1 cup water

Place all ingredients into a large sauce pan and bring to a boil. Boil 5 to 7 minutes. May be served warm or cold with your meal.

My favorite side dish for the holidays is baccon wrapped water chestnuts baked in the oven with brown sugar sprinkled on top of each one. They come out all gooey and yummy!

i would enjoy sharing this meal with others. i like thanksgiving leftovers, maybe more than the “original” meal. and with bob evans just a little over a half mile from our house, they wouldn’t even have to travel far to bring me the food!

My absolute favorite side dish is the cliche’ green bean casserole recipe from the back of the package of dried onions, followed by little smokies cooked in cranberry sauce, brown sugar, and chili sauce in a crock pot all day.

I posted about it on my facebook! But I don’t know how to post the link to it…but if you go look for Angela Wood there…you’ll find it!!!!

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish, besides my best friends and family, are homemade mashed potatoes with cream cheese mashed into them. LOVE THEM!!!

My favorite dish for Thanksgiving is Cooking Light’s Gingered Cranberry Sauce.
1 1/2 cup sugar, 1/2 cup water, 1/3 cup chopped crystalized ginger, 12 oz cranberries. Combine, bring to boil, reduce heat and simmer 9 minutes or until cranberries pop. Cool completely.

It’s great on turkey sandwiches!

posted on facebook AND emailed my family and friends so they could enter too. After all, if they win, I have to be invited to dinner!

It is waaaayy too hard to pick out just one favorite! I love butter beans, mashed potatoes, and carrots, cranberry sauce…I love Thanksgiving!

I’ve gotten a few delivery programs over the years and while I’ve had some great ones, the food is never delivered hot. To actually be able to get a hot meal other then chinese food or pizza at your door sounds amazing!

My Favorite Thanksgiving dish would be either my Grandmother’s deviled eggs or my Mom’s sweet potato casserole or my Great Aunt’s oyster dressing made by my Sister.

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is cranberry sauce made from a package of fresh crandberries, 2 cups of water and 2 cups of sugar, cooked until all the cranberries are popped. Then cool.

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is my Mom’s Southern Cornbread Dressing made from the recipe that my Granddaddy from Mississippi wrote down for her.

This is absolutely amazing! I saw this and I immediately started to think of the countless families that need this so much. I would love to purchase these as gifts! I love Bob Evans and $5 Dinners that much more now. God bless and Happy Thanksgiving!!

I would love to get this dinner on December 5th for my family.

It is the day we go and get our Christmas tree.. they would love this surprise

(If this is a duplicate comment please delete, the internet and I are not agreeing on who will win our current war)

I would like to enter but since I can’t have the delivery I would like to pay it forward if I am chosen. My friend Peggy has has a really tough year and never complains about it. So I would like for her to have this wonderful gift if I am chosen. She wants to use it to repay her daughter and her family for all their support and help this year. And her daughter deserves it due to her own major illness.

I would love to win this feast for my family gathering. My mom usually puts out the spread, but this year she just had some heart surgery and is not up to it. There are few more obsticles to overcome, but this sure would take a load off.

I would love this magnificient feast for my parents! All of my life they have always give to others in need, and still do even though they are in need now. We always have Thanksgiving dinner with my parents and each of us helps in preparing the meal. This year my mom is sick and my dad has been the caregiver. They have been married for over 40 years and are the best of friends. Thank you for this opportunity to pay it back to them as a daughter but on behalf of those they have helped in their lifetime.

I absolutely LOVE cranberry nut bread! I just use the recipe on the back of the bag of cranberries, add a little extra sugar, fresh squeezed OJ . . . yum, I’m really crazving it now!

#3 My favorite dish to make is Sopapilla cheesecake. It is a recipe that was shared with me from a friend many years ago. My friends request it everytime we are invited to their house for the holidays.

All that stuff sounds so yummy… My favorite Thanksgiving dish is the sweet potatoes… I cannot have a Thanksgiving dinner without them!

Incidentally, I’ve never eaten at Bob Evans’ before… sounds like I might have to try that…

I think my favorite dish at Thanksgiving is Sweet Potato Casserole. My grandmother made this for years and I have continued the tradition. And I don’t like the kind with marshmallows, it has to be the kind with the pecan topping!

Oh my gosh! I love everything about Thanksgiving so it’s hard to narrow it down to one…probably candied sweet potatoes, or my mom’s homemade cranberry relish!

My favorite holiday side dish is my mom’s dressing, but I can’t wait for the chance to compare it to the one from Bob Evans. *smiles*

My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is green bean casserole – the one you see on French’s fried onions and in all the magazines. Its simple but yet delicious!

First~What a wonderful surpise this would be! I can’t decide if I would have it delivered the day after Christmas or New Year’s day. I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

This is my favorite dressing recipe. I have made it for the last 3 years and even people that claim to not like mushrooms like this!

I spread the news about this contest to all my friends and family via email. Our family has enjoyed this meal in the past and I am sure they would love to enter the contest!

I would love to have this meal on my doorstep. Win or lose, I will have it as I will order it if necessary. We had it last year for Thanksgiving and Christmas and it was excellent.