Popular Holiday Turkey Meal Feeds 8-10 Guests and features a Wood Fire Rotisserie Turkey, Twice Baked Potaters,Wild West Side, Country Style Stuffing, 12 dinner rolls, and Southern Blackberry Cobbler
Cowboy Chicken -Wood Fire Rotisserie, the popular eight-unit Dallas-based fast casual brand, has brought back their popular holiday Wood Fire Rotisserie Turkey for a limited time. Just the way their famous wood fire rotisserie chicken is done, whole turkeys are seasoned and cooked over the same wood fire, bringing the best of the season to holiday dinner tables. This year, Cowboy Chicken is offering a Wood Fire Rotisserie Turkey Holiday Package, which feeds between eight to ten guests and features a 10-12 pound Wood Fire Rotisserie Turkey, Twice Baked Potaters, a Wild West Side, Country Style Stuffing, 12 dinner rolls, and Southern Blackberry Cobbler, all for $84.95. Guests may order their Wood Fire Rotisserie Turkey Holiday Package at any Cowboy Chicken location between now and December 31st, 2013.
“Our Wood Fire Rotisserie Turkey offers the perfect flavor and taste of the season and paired with our seasonal Southern Blackberry Cobbler makes every November and December special for our guests,” said Sean Kennedy, President of Cowboy Chicken. “By using our proprietary Cowboy seasoning, and cooking over a wood burning fire, you get layers of flavor.”
There’s no need to wait until Thanksgiving or Christmas to enjoy your favorite bird, Cowboy Chicken’s Wood Fire Rotisserie Turkeys are available now through December 31st. However, they are so popular for Thanksgiving Day that they sell out every year! Be sure to ORDER EARLY at any Cowboy Chicken location and have yours waiting for your holiday dinner!
Along with the return of its seasonal Turkeys, and old-time favorite, Southern Blackberry Cobbler, Cowboy Chicken has introduced Southern Blackberry Tea. Cowboy Chicken’s new Southern Blackberry Tea is available at all Cowboy Chicken locations for a limited time and is freshly brewed from black tea leaves infused with blackberries. The new Southern Blackberry Tea is also offered in a convenient portable gallon container for family gatherings or games to enjoy with a genuine Cowboy Chicken meal for only $4.99.
For over 30 years, the “down home Cowboys” at Cowboy Chicken have been cooking all natural chicken over a wood burning fire, and today guests enjoy the same delicious wood-fired rotisserie chicken along with seventeen different fresh homemade sides, including Southern Blackberry Cobbler for fall.
Since its humble beginnings in 1981, Cowboy Chicken has perfected the taste of chicken on a wood burning rotisserie and created the now famous Twice-Baked “Potaters”. Other long time favorites are the famous Cowboy Chicken Enchiladas stuffed full of delicious all white meat rotisserie chicken and their amazing Chicken salad sandwiches. Homemade Cobbler finishes off any Cowboy meal and, both their award-winning Chicken Enchiladas and homemade Cobbler have been on the menu since Cowboy’s inception, more than thirty years ago.
Along with the new Southern Blackberry Tea, Cowboy Chicken also features healthy and delicious fresh salads and sandwiches, grilled skinless chicken breast and nutritious sides such as baked Sweet Potato, Green Beans, and Campfire Veggies, which can all be ordered online. Cowboy Chicken offers online ordering for lunch and dinner, take-out, home delivery and catering services. Visit Cowboy Chicken at www.cowboychicken.com for more information or to order online.
Founded in Dallas, Texas in 1981, Cowboy Chicken is an eight-unit fast casual restaurant chain specializing in real wood-fired rotisserie chicken. Cowboy Chicken is ranked among the Top Fast Casual Movers & Shakers of 2013 by FastCasual.com, a prestigious restaurant industry award, and was chosen number one, “Hot Restaurant Chain to Buy into Now”, in 2012 by Forbes magazine. Open for lunch and dinner for dine in; take out, catering, online ordering and delivery. Cowboy Chicken is continuing to grow through franchise opportunities contact us by visiting www.cowboychicken.com.