Friday, November 25, 2011

Day After Thanksgiving Tradition: Steak Burrito

After 32 years of business, there are some things that patrons come to expect from the Franklin Inn. One of them is that we serve our popular Steak Burrito with stir-fried green beans the weekend after Thanksgiving. Once we switched it up and offered carrots instead of the green beans. Boy did I receive grief for that one.

Join as at the Inn tonite for these or your menu favs:

Karen made Chicken Dumpling Soup 
Steak Burrito: Char-grilled Steak and a creamy pimiento cheese sauce made with Monterey Jack in a flour tortilla. Served with stir-fried green beans.

Taquitos Dinner: Spiced chicken and cheese rolled in a corn tortilla, deep-fried until crispy with a chipolte ranch dipping sauce. Served with two sides.

Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad: If you are looking for something, lighter give this a try.  Yes. It is Mexican. Well....Italian-Mexican (but that's a great combo if you ask me!). It was invented in 1924 by Caesar Cardini, an Italian restaurateur and chef in Tijuana, Mexico, living in San Diego but working in Tijuana to avoid Prohibition. Our version is created in-house with a homemade dressing and croutons over romaine lettuce and char-grilled chicken.

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while you enjoying a margarita.
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