Wildflower Bread Company, known as a neighborhood restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and artisan bread announced the debut of its fall menu. Headliners include Mac & Cheese served three ways and a Spicy Chorizo Frittata. The menu also highlights fall flavors with the beloved Turkey Cranberry Walnut Stuffing Sandwich and a Sweet & Spicy Butternut Squash Salad.
“Our fall menu offerings are a combination of elevated comfort food and the delicious flavors of fall,” says Lacey Hudgins, director of product development. “Every year we bring back our Turkey Cranberry Walnut Stuffing Sandwich—a longtime guest favorite, while adding something new and unexpected to the menu. Guests requested Mac & Cheese and we’re thrilled to offer them a kicked-up classic served three ways.”
In addition to the traditional Wildflower favorites, guests will find the following items at their local restaurant for a limited time:
- Spicy Chorizo Frittata: Chicken chorizo made with roasted onions, garlic, and classic chorizo spices adds an abundance of flavor and just the right amount of heat to this dish along with potatoes, cheddar, green onions, cilantro, roasted bell peppers, avocado, and salsa.
- Sweet & Spicy Butternut Squash Salad: Familiar fall flavors kicked up with maple and cayenne–roasted butternut squash, complemented by gorgonzola, dried cranberries, dried sweet corn, and spicy pecans with balsamic vinaigrette.
- Turkey Cranberry Walnut Stuffing Sandwich: This seasonal menu favorite returns for the twelfth year in a row. Oven-roasted turkey breast, cranberry walnut stuffing, cranberry sauce, bacon, and herb mayo served on signature stuffing bread with a side of original and sweet potato chips. Just like homemade stuffing, the stuffing bread is packed with carrots, celery, pecans, and fresh sage.
- Mac & Cheese: Cavatappi tossed in a three-cheese sauce, hint of Mama Lil’s peppers, and homemade breadcrumbs is served three ways: Original, Chicken Chorizo, and Meatball & Marinara there’s cheesy goodness for every taste.
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