Industry News | November 7, 2013

Cowboy Chicken Talks Turkey

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Cowboy Chicken Wood Fire Rotisserie, the Dallas-based fast-casual brand, brought back its holiday Wood Fire Rotisserie Turkey for a limited time. Just as its wood-fire rotisserie chicken is done, whole turkeys are seasoned and cooked over the same wood fire. This year, Cowboy Chicken is offering a Wood Fire Rotisserie Turkey Holiday Package, which feeds between eight to ten guests and features a 10 to 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 31, 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,” says Sean Kennedy, president of Cowboy Chicken. “By using our proprietary Cowboy seasoning and cooking over a wood-burning fire, you get layers of flavor.”

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 brewed from black tea leaves infused with blackberries. The new Southern Blackberry Tea is also offered in a portable gallon container for family gatherings or games to enjoy with a Cowboy Chicken meal for only $4.99.

For over 30 years, the so-called “down-home cowboys” at Cowboy Chicken have been cooking all natural chicken over a wood burning fire, and today guests enjoy the same wood-fired rotisserie chicken along with 17 different fresh homemade sides, including Southern Blackberry Cobbler for fall. 

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