Tasty Tuesday for October 8

Peekaboo Ice Cream

Tasty Tuesday for October 8, 2019, is a bi-weekly news feature about tasty food including restaurants, grocery stores, and more. We try to find the latest limited menu items and promotions happening in the Middle Tennessee area. Also, check out our “Fast Food Friday” series for the latest in fast food goodies.

1Firehouse Subs New Nashville Hot Brisket

Firehouse Subs is firing up fall with the launch of the NEW Nashville Hot Brisket. This hearty sub features slow-smoked USDA Choice beef brisket freshly sliced with a kick of spicy Nashville Hot seasoning, spicy pickle chips, mayo, sweet and tangy slaw, and melted pepper jack cheese served on a toasted cornbread roll.

2Spooky Cheese Coming to Aldi Stores for Halloween

There will be 4 spooky cheese varieties hitting Aldi shelves later this month. They include Scary Pumpkin Spice, Freaky Franken, No Rest For The Wicked, and Bat Knit Crazy.

3Peekaboo Ice Cream Launches At Kroger Nationwide

Whole veggies hidden in delicious full-flavor ice cream comes to 1,800 Kroger Family of Stores when they begin carrying the Peekaboo brand starting this month. The Miami-based health and wellness company is dramatically expanding its reach by partnering with Kroger, America’s largest grocery retailer. More info at http://peekabooicecream.com

4Schlotzsky’s® Turns Popular Sandwiches into Mouthwatering Pizzas

Have you ever imagined your favorite sandwich as a melty, delicious pizza? Schlotzsky’s Austin Eatery® has two new limited-time items: The Original and Fiesta Chicken pizzas. These mouthwatering entrees are available for purchase at participating restaurants now through February 9, 2020.  To find your nearest Schlotzsky’s restaurant, visit www.schlotzskys.com.

5O’Charley’s And Postmates Partner For On-Demand Delivery

Postmates and O’Charley’s announced today a partnership to deliver O’Charley’s menu favorites direct to customers’ doorsteps. Delivery will be available to customers in select O’Charley’s markets where Postmates operates.