Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes Announce Largest Release of Take-Home Dishes in the Company’s History
All-you-care-to-eat, fresh foods restaurant launches holiday take-home salads, savory sides and desserts, available November and December.
Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes, the restaurant leaders in all-you-care-to-eat, made-from-scratch foods, are helping customers nationwide entertain holiday guests more easily than ever this season. Starting this month, Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes restaurants will release 15 holiday take-home items – the largest retail release in the company’s history.
The new holiday take-home items follow the success of the take-and-bake Cranberry Apple Cobbler offered for the first time last year. “Our guests responded so favorably to the Cranberry Apple Cobbler last season that we believe there’s a demand for even more delicious, made-from-scratch holiday foods that don’t require endless hours in the kitchen,” said Joan Scharff, vice president of brand and menu strategy. “All year long, our culinary team has been busy in our test kitchen developing both savory side dishes and desserts for the bake-at-home items we’re featuring this year. We’re excited to hear our guests’ reactions to these seasonal side dishes and desserts as we think they are the perfect addition to holiday meals.”
The Thanksgiving holiday take-home items below can be ordered Nov. 1 through Nov. 19 and will be available for pick-up at Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes restaurants Nov. 22 and 23.
· Sweet Maple Apple Tossed Salad with Caramelized Walnuts
· Maple Glazed Sweet Potatoes with Apples, Cranberries & Walnuts
· Sweet Potato & Maple Cream Bake with Pecan Praline Topping
· Available cobbler varieties: Autumn Pumpkin & Walnut, Caramel Apple, Cranberry Apple, Georgia Peach, Mixed Berry & Apple, Tart Cherry and Orchard Apple
Beginning Dec. 1 through Dec. 31, the following holiday take-home dishes will be available for ordering and pick-up:
· Smoked Turkey & Spinach Tossed Salad
· Turkey Chutney Pasta Salad
· Available cobbler varieties: Caramel Apple, Cranberry Apple, Georgia Peach, Mixed Berry & Apple, Tart Cherry and Orchard Apple
Holiday take-home items can be ordered over the phone, in the restaurants or online at http://souporders.serveronline.net/ordersoup/default.aspx.
For more information about how Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes are celebrating the holidays or to purchase gift cards, visit www.souplantation.com or www.sweettomatoes.com. Guests can also receive coupons and special news year round by joining Club Veg at http://www.souplantation.com/clubveg/, becoming a fan of Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes at www.facebook.com/souplantation and following them on Twitter at http://twitter.com/souplantation.
Last year we were lucky enough to have gotten a Cranberry Apple Cobbler to review. It was simply delicious. I served it with hot tea following a nice dinner with friends and their kids at our home. My friends thought that I had slaved in the kitchen for hours to make them this yummy Cranberry Apple Cobbler. When I informed them that I got it from Souplantation and that I only had to bake it in the oven to get it ready for the party. My friends were surprised by how tasty it was and they all wanted to buy some. This year, we are once again fortunate enough to have gotten another Cranberry Apple Cobbler to review. I am happy to say that it was as great as the one we had last year. The only thing we are doing differently this year is that we are actually planning on buying a few for Thanksgiving and Christmas get together with our families this year.
To order, visit http://souporders.serveronline.net/ordersoup/default.aspx. This was what we did and it made ordering and picking up our orders much easier!
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