Eating out has become a past-time for American families everywhere. In fact, we do it way too much. Why is that? Because cooking at home takes time, is not fun for most of us and is inconvenient. Well, it doesn't have to be that way anymore.
Stouffer's Easy Express Teriyaki Chicken Skillet comes in a red plastic bag containing 25 ounces. The meal contains ground chicken lasagna, rice, red peppers, water chestnuts, broccoli, carrots, tomato, and bell peppers. Stouffer's enticed me with the claim of "Homemade Taste" on the back of the bag. The front of the product drew me in as well, stating that the product can be cooked in as little as 12 minutes, that it contained no preservatives (do frozen foods need them?), no grams of trans fat (per serving), and flash frozen vegetables. It sounded great.
The menu price in general was $14 to $26 for a main course. Selections include steak, seafood, chicken and pasta. A salad and side come with each meal other than pasta (no side.) An appetizer ra n about $8 to $10, and the desserts were $4 to $6. The bill for four people with only one having an appetizer and noone having alcohol was about $150. Add a tip and you are looking at around $180. This averages $45 per person.
Naturally no meal is complete without having dessert. Do not be concerned, there are numerous slow cooker chicken recipes for desserts. You are going to have to save room for desserts including Bananas Foster, Pumpkin-Cranberry Custard or especially for Homestyle Apple Brown Betty. You will discover great tasting treats to help you finish off just about any meal.
Another fairly well-known restaurant is the Artist Colony Restaurant. They offer salads, sandwiches, and steak dinners. There are several specialty items on the menu but one of my favorites is the sweet potato fries served with brown sugar sauce. They also offer fresh bread and desserts made daily. One of the best menu deals that they offer is the breakfast buffet for $6.95 per person. They also offer many specials on the weekends, when traffic in town is much heavier.
Beyond the oven, Hungry Howie's serves subs done calzone-style, hot wings, and salads. Howie bread-sticks goes with dipping sauces and salads; choose from garlic with cheese, Cajun bread, three chicken lasagna by chef zakir bread or cinnamon bread.