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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Baby Back Ribs are Back at Old Country, HomeTown and Ryan's Buffets for a Limited Time Plus a GIVEAWAY

Do you ever wonder where to take the whole family for dinner? Sure there is McDonald's for the kids or a quiet Wine and Dine for the two of you but when you need something in the middle ... Meat, Potatoes, Pasta and Veggies for the adults and Pizza, Ice Cream and Chocolate Milk for the kids hit up Ryan's, HomeTown or Old Country Buffets for that great all round family meal.


I know where I'm headed this month for dinner. Ryan's, HomeTown and Old Country Buffets have their succulent Slow Roasted Baby Back Ribs and signature oh so yummy Fried Chicken back by popular demand for a limited time! Now until October 25th you can get them at one low price!

We are having a giveaway sponsored by Ryan's, HomeTown and Old Country Buffet so ONE lucky winner can take themselves and another special person to dine at their choice of Ryan's, HomeTown or Old Country Buffet, Sweet!

Must be 18, US only, sorry friends! Winner must return winning e-mail within 48 hours or forfeit. Please give the RC a moment to load. Any entry task with enter you into the giveaway, although, the more you do the better your choices! Good Luck All!

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Disclosure: Fb nor any other social network has any part in this giveaway. Sponsor, not Mom To Grandma, are responsible for prize and shipment thereof.

26 comments:

  1. I love all the food there it is always good. I enjoyed the times I went there with family for Birthdays etc. Good times.

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  2. When we would visit my mother-in-law in Detriot we would usually go to Ryan's. Everyone love it! Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  3. My favorite memory is going to Ryans for my Grandfathers birthday he was 91 . The whole family came to his birthday dinner.

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  4. I remember being at Old Country Buffet feeding our wedding party,everyone was talking,laughing,event the kids were having a ball going and getting their own ice cream with sprinkles,We ate until we were stuffed,so many food choice,we wanted to try it all but our tummies weren't big enough.

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  5. My uncle used to be a truck driver and happened to be driving through the town we lived in to drop of a load. He picked us up in his tractor trailer and took us with him. We stopped at a cute little dinner on the way home and he bought us lunch. My sister and were being goofballs and he dared us to mix a bunch of different thing on our plates and eat it. If we ate it he would give us each a dollar. It was so gross....jelly, eggs, hot peppers, pepper, salt, mustard, ketchup, and goodness knows what else!! We totally did it though! He still talks about that day!

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  6. the day my husband and I got married we took our combined 5 grown children ages 18-29 out to eat at ryans,so all our wedding party decieded to go there too,even the pastor and his wife it was a huge party and a wonderful time

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  7. I can remember getting to go out to eat as a kid with my Mom and Dad and 2siblings,,we didnt eat out much,,didnt have the funds back then and mom was a stay at home mom and cooked better than any resturant,,but going to a all you can eat buffet was like a piece of heaven,,,didnt have to share and got to eat all you want

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  8. We loved our local Ryan's, but sadly it went out of business about 3 years ago. We do have one about 35 miles away that the whole family likes to meet at for special occasions.

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  9. We love to go out to eat for birthdays. We usually go to Red Lobster for them. We love eatting at Ryans they also have good food.

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  10. Three of my best friend girlfriends go for a girls day out every couple of months and pick a different place to eat every time. We should try one of these places for our next one.

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  11. A good memory was going to red Lobster about a month ago for a girls day out, the food was great! We all had the endless shrimp.

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  12. I really love the Hometown Buffet even though I have to drive a while to get there. The selection is amazing, and there is truly something for everyone. I always make sure to check out the make your own tacos/nachos bar and love their cornbread. The desserts are delish too, my daughter always tries to get just desserts for her buffet lol.

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  13. My favorite memory took place at Olive Garden. A bunch of friends had a surprise birthday party for me -- and I was really surprised. It was so much fun!
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  14. I love old country buffet great place to go with family and friends and enjoy the large variety of choices they offer

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  15. my favorite memory was at ryans and my friends and I hadnt seen each other in a very long time so we meet up to spend some time together and laughed for about 3 hours straight we had so much fun.

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  16. One of my favorite memories is the last time our Mom went out to eat with all four of us kids. We had a great time laughing. She ate 3 pieces of pie!

    ellen beck

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  17. Of of my favorite memory's is my grandfathers last birthday. We all went out to his favorite restaurant ( Red Lobster ) for his 92 birthday the whole family was there

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  18. A favorite memory is when my husband and I spent our honeymoon... we had a wonderful brunch at a fancy restaurant. I would love to go back there!

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  19. A fvorite memory is when hubby took me out ffor dinner for our anniversary... he made sure we ordered thee exact sam thing as we had on our first date.

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  20. When our youngest was just 4, we went to Applebees. I ordered a steak and a strawberry daiquiri. So she did she. We all thought it was funny until the waitress brought BOTH orders. She got the steak, my mother got the daiquiri!

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  21. When I was a teenager, my sister and I would go to a late lunch on Sundays. It was special to me. I looked forward to it all week.

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  22. A fvorite memory is when we went out to really nice brunch with hbby's Aunt. It was in Minneapolis and was beautigul!

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  23. I have a special memory from Hometown buffet I'd like to share about. Our daughter who is going to be 5 next month was diagnosed with autism when she was 3. She had a very difficult time with eating because of sensory issues. She would only eat certain foods and would sometime go days not eating at all. One day her dad and I decided to take her to the Hometown buffet near our home and allow her to choose foods she would eat and she was able to have an icee in her cup etc. She ate more that night than we had seen her eat in so long and now we eat at hometown buffet at least twice a week, they know us by name and do such a good job accommodating my daughter and her special needs.

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  24. My parents were 42 and 50 when I was born and both were very old fashioned. We never went out to restaurants. In fact, I only ate what my mother cooked for us until I was on my first date at age 15. My date took me to a Chinese restaurant and I fell in love with egg drop soup and egg rolls :-)

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  25. I have a great memory of when my brother andd all of our gamilies got together. We laughed and laughed and were n the restaurant for hours having a great time. I wish we could get together again.

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  26. so many memories of eating there with family and friends,everytime we go we make a new memory

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