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Beer and wine can be added to the orders in many states for a complete meal.

Smokey Bones Launches Cook-At-Home Meal Kits

You can become your own Meat Master with new cook-at-home Smokey Bones meal kits.  Smokey Bones is introducing take-home meal kits that serve up a family feast and come complete with instructions for preparation and cooking. Beer and wine can be added to the orders in many states for a complete meal. For added convenience, Smokey Bones offers a Pop-Up Drive Thru for easy pick up and no-touch payment at most of its restaurants.

Meal kit options:

  • Burger Basics– Four beef burger patties with Brioche buns, sliced cheddar, lettuce, tomato, red onion, pickles, ketchup and mustard for $24.99. All the ingredients needed to build your own burgers.
  • Chicken Basics – One whole chicken with seasoning, Idaho potatoes with sour cream and whipped butter, roasted corn, and garlic bread for $24.99. Get a whole chicken and all the trimmings in this kit to cook at home.
  • Meat Masters Basics– Four sirloin steaks, four beef burgers, four brioche buns and six chicken breasts – all you need for a backyard BBQ. $64.99.
  • Backyard Basics– Four chicken breasts, four Idaho potatoes with whipped butter and sour cream, a Caesar salad with Romaine lettuce, grated Parmesan, croutons and dressing, and garlic bread for $24.99.

“With our new meal kits, guests now have the option to enjoy the same delicious Smokey Bones food, but with the convenience of cooking at home, on their own schedule,” says CEO James O’Reilly.  “We have the resources to make meal and grocery kits with quality ingredients available as another option for our guests, and now is a great time for us to experiment and try new things.”

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