Monday, March 30, 2015

Dickey’s Barbecue Mix and Match Easter Feast

Nothing says Ready-2-Eat or Heat-N-Eat fresh prepared food quite like barbecue. Dickey's Barbecue Pit launched their twist on the traditional Easter Feast with a mix and match bundled of meal component favorites.
Dickey’s is the largest barbecue chain  in the U.S. and this Easter is offering the popular Barbecue Honey Ham or a complete Easter meal that feeds up to twelve family members with the option to order online for convenience. Easter hams have been a Dickey's tradition since 1952 by the way.

Roland Dickey, CEO for Dickey's Barbecue Restaurants, said "We're proud that our Barbecue Honey Ham is a holiday tradition for many of our guests across the country. It's humbling that guests continue to trust our family for their family gatherings for holidays."

Dickey's Barbecue Honey Ham is a 6-7 pound spiral cut ham that is glazed with a combination of honey and Dickey's signature hickory smoke. Dickey's Complete Easter Meal includes the Barbecue Honey Ham along with baked potato casserole, green beans with bacon, Caesar salad and a dozen buttery rolls for $99.95. The Barbecue Honey Ham is also available for individual order for $59.95.

"By offering holiday meals our guests can order from home or the office, we hope to make Easter entertaining seamless," said Christie Finley, chief brand officer of Dickey's Barbecue Restaurants, in a release. "Online ordering continues to gain popularity amongst our guests and a growing revenue stream for our brand."

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