My husband and I have been married for 9 years now and we try to go on dates whenever possible, especially with knowing how busy we will be now that Fall is here and the Holidays are upon us (I can’t believe it, where has the year gone?).  We actually prefer lunch dates because we end up spending less money on the meal and save money on a babysitter since the kiddos are in school. On our last lunch date we headed on over to Arby’s.  Not only do they have curly fries and mozzarella sticks (which are my absolute favorite) on the menu but they now have the Grand Turkey Club which I really wanted to try.  Plus, I had received Arby’s coupons in the mail for all of those items, so there was no doubt about where we were going for lunch…we were headed to Arby’s.

The Grand Turkey Club is no joke. It’s served on a toasted Harvest Wheat bun with turkey (served hot), melted Swiss cheese, pepper bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo. It was yummy and you can really taste the freshness of the turkey since it is sliced fresh right there at the store. The Grand Turkey Club really has “craveability”! To be honest, I only typically eat hot Turkey on Thanksgiving so as I was indulging in my sandwich, I was reminded once again that Fall is here.

Fall means colder weather and the leaves changing colors (well so I’ve heard because that doesn’t happen here in South Florida). For me fall means pumpkins, candy corn, thanksgiving dinner with the family and my all time fall favorite…Pumpkin Pie!!! I love Pumpkin Pie. I am actually craving a piece of pumpkin pie right now, with a cold glass of milk of course. What do you “crave” during the fall?

I love any chance I get to spend with my hubby but getting to do so while enjoying a good meal makes it all the better!  We had a great date and I look forward to the one.  I also look forward to going back to Arby’s…

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