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Happy Thanksgiving 2021! Bob Evans is one of the restaurants staying open for the holiday and offering traditional Thanksgiving meals that are large enough to serve everyone in your family.

Bob Evans Is Open From 8am-7pm on Thanksgiving Day

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Bob Evans is operating on a slightly different schedule than normal on Thanksgiving.

Restaurant locations are open today from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m., according to Bob Evans’ website.

You can find a location near you by clicking here.

The Thanksgiving meals get all the attention today but Bob Evans is still serving its regular breakfast menu as well. The chain noted on its website, “Every Thanksgiving, our restaurants serve a special breakfast menu for those looking for a pre-holiday feast meal or just want to come in for their breakfast favorites.”

Bob Evans’ Hot Thanksgiving Meals Can Be Ordered Hours Ahead of Time But the Farmhouse Feasts Had to be Pre-Ordered

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Bob Evans says on its website that its hot holiday meals are available to order online today: “Hot Thanksgiving meals, including our Thanksgiving Platter and Thanksgiving Family Meal To Go, will be available to order online Thanksgiving Day.”

Note that all prices and availability may vary from what is listed below based on location.

Holiday Hot Family Meal (feeds up to 6)

“The Holiday Hot Family Meal comes with slow-roasted turkey, hickory-smoked ham, house-made bread & celery dressing, cranberry relish, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans & ham, buttered corn, 12 freshly baked dinner rolls, and a whole pumpkin pie.”

Holiday Celebration Platter

“Slow-roasted turkey, house-made bread & celery dressing, cranberry relish, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans & ham, buttered corn, freshly baked dinner rolls and slice of pumpkin pie.”

However, Bob Evans’ annual Farmhouse Feast options had to have been ordered by November 23, as the company noted on Instagram. If you ordered one, keep in mind that they are packaged cold. You’ll want to set aside a few hours today to allow the meals to heat up in the oven.

Premium Farmhouse Feast with Turkey & Ham (feeds up to 10)

“Packed cold. Just heat, serve and enjoy at home. Serves up to 10. Slow-roasted turkey, hickory-smoked ham, bread and celery dressing, corn, our famous mashed potatoes with gravy, freshly baked rolls, green beans with ham, cranberry relish, macaroni and cheese, pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, double-crust apple pie.”

Farmhouse Feast with Turkey or Ham (feeds up to 8)

“Packed cold. Just heat, serve and enjoy at home. Serves 8. Slow-roasted turkey or Hickory-smoked ham, bread and celery dressing, corn, our famous mashed potatoes with gravy, freshly baked rolls, green beans with ham, cranberry relish, pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie.”

There is also a smaller option that feeds up to 4 people.

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Alabama murderer dies of cancer aged 64, four years after surviving agonizing botched execution attempt that saw medics spend two-and-a-half hours trying to find vein to inject lethal drugs into

Doyle Lee Hamm, 64, died from lymphoma for which he had been having treatment even before his scheduled 2018 execution which was botched by doctors 

A death row inmate from Alabama who survived an excruciatingly painful botched execution in 2018 has died at the age of 64, from lymphoma.  

Doyle Hamm fought an 'extremely aggressive lymphoma' since 2014 according to his lawyer Bernard Harcourt.

Complications from the lymphoma ended up contributing to Hamm's death.

Hamm had been sentenced to death by lethal injection on February 22, 2018, but his execution was 'botched' and after several failed attempts to insert a needle into his veins, the execution was called off as midnight approached. 

It saw him stabbed 11 times in the legs and groin with needles as doctors struggled to find a vein.

Doyle Lee Hamm was stabbed 11 times in the legs and groin with needles during a botched execution in Alabama in February 2018

After medics were unable to find a vein in Hamm's legs another team with an ultrasound machine attempted to find a vein in his groin, leading to six more puncture wounds

Hamm, who was too weak to stand after the ordeal, was left bleeding from the groin and urinated blood an hour later, a medical examiner's report revealed.  

Hamm's attorney had warned ahead of time that cancer treatment had left him with compromised veins and that he was likely to be subjected to 'cruel and needless pain.' 

'The result was an agonizing, torturous botched execution that left him on the gurney for two-and-a-half hours as they picked and prodded at his legs and groin, trying to find a vein,' Harcourt told 'It was unconscionable.' 

The medical examiner's report includes images of Hamm's injuries and give some account of his suffering. 

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After some time, an official in the room speaking on a cellphone said the execution was being called off, despite doctors protesting that they wanted to continue

Each puncture wound included multiple 'probing attempts' as the needle was partially withdrawn and then pushed back in

'This was clearly a botched execution that can only accurately be described as torture,' Harcourt said in a statement after a doctor examined his client. 

According to an interview with Hamm carried out by Dr Mark Heath, an anesthesiologist from New York, on the night of the execution he was taken into a chamber with around nine people inside and strapped down to a gurney.

Two men dressed in hospital scrubs then took a leg each and worked their way up attempting to find a vein.

In total he was stabbed five times, three on one leg and two on the other.

Hamm said that each puncture involved multiple 'probing advances' with the needle, during which it was partially withdrawn then reinserted.  

'The continued probing was painful,' the report notes. 'One of the probing needle advances was extremely painful and he felt that the 'shin bone' in his right calf was reached by a needle. 

Hamm was left with more than 11 puncture marks in his legs and groin, some of which may have penetrated his bladder or femoral artery

He said that throughout the botched attempt Hamm was 'lying there praying and hoping that they would succeed because of the pain.' Hamm collapsed when they finally gave up and took him off on a gurney

Hamm said the ordeal was so painful he just wanted doctors to 'get it over with'

Two doctors took a leg each in an attempt to find a vein, with one needle going so deep it hit Hamm's shin bone

'He estimates that the probing in his right calf persisted for about 10 minutes and states that he could feel them 'rolling and mashing' the tissue in his leg. 

'Overall he estimates that the two men spent about 30 minutes attempting IV access in his lower extremities.'

After the execution team admitted they could not gain access to a vein in his legs, a second team was brought into the room with an ultrasound device.

The second team, consisting of a man and a woman, then began scanning his groin for a vein before making a mark on his skin. 

'The doctor advanced a needle into Mr. Hamm's groin,' the report staes.

'Mr. Hamm felt multiple needle insertions, and with each insertion he felt multiple probing advance/withdrawal movements. 

'It is not clear whether local anesthetic was administered.

'Mr. Hamm felt the needle penetrating deep into his groin and pelvis. He stated that this probing was extremely painful.  

When the execution eventually started it resulted in what Hamm's attorney Bernard Harcourt described as 'torture'

Pictured are some of the spots where the execution team attempted to insert the needle for the lethal injection

'During this time Mr. Hamm began to hope that the doctor would succeed in obtaining IV access so that Mr. Hamm could 'get it over with' because he preferred to die rather than to continue to experience the ongoing severe pain.' 

Doctors had to request several new needles and at one point Hamm began bleeding from the groin. The blood was enough to soak a pad which had to be replaced.

After some time, an official in the room speaking on a cellphone said the execution was being called off, despite doctors protesting that they wanted to continue.

The doctors were told to 'get out' and left the room without applying pressure to the bleeding area, or giving instructions for Hamm's treatment. 

The victim, Patrick Cunningham, an employee of Anderson's Motel in Cullman, Alabama was shot in the head during a robbery that apparently netted about $410

Hamm had to be lifted off the gurney because he was unable to stand and taken back to his holding cell before being escorted to the infirmary, where bandages were applied to his wounds.

Around an hour after the execution he urinated blood, and also later developed a chest cough. 

Prisoners have a constitutional protection against cruel and unusual punishment, and courts can decide if certain execution techniques violate that right. 

Hamm, had been on death row since December 1987 when he was convicted of killing motel clerk Patrick Cunningham.

The victim, an employee of Anderson's Motel in Cullman, Alabama was shot in the head during a robbery that apparently netted about $410. 

After the botched attempt, he was told that there would be no future attempts to execute him.  

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