5 oz. chicken breast
12 inch flour tortilla
1 cup shredded monterey jack/cheddar cheese
1 Tablespoon tomatoes, diced
1 Tablespoon jalapeno peppers, diced
Cajun Seasoning (to taste)
1/2 cup shredded lettuce
1/4 cup diced tomatoes
Place chicken breast in a bowl with enough Italian dressing to
coat; allow to marinate 30 minutes, refrigerated. Grill marinated
chicken until done in a lightly oiled pan. Cut into 3/4" pieces
and set aside.
Brush one side of tortilla with margarine and place in frying pan
over medium heat. On one half of tortilla, add cheese,
1 Tbls. tomatoes, peppers, and Cajun seasoning in that order. Make
sure to spread to the edge of the half. Top with diced chicken,
fold empty tortilla side on top, and flip over in pan so that
cheese is on top of chicken. Cook until very warm throughout.
Remove from pan to serving plate and cut into six equal wedges
on one side of plate. On the other side put lettuce, topped with
1/4 cup tomatoes, and then topped with sour cream. Serve your
favorite salsa in a small bowl on the side.
Ruby Tuesday, Inc. (RTI) owns and operates Ruby Tuesday concept in the bar and grill segment of casual dining. The Company also offers franchises for the Ruby Tuesday concept in domestic and international markets. As of June 6, 2006, it owned and operated 629 casual dining restaurants, located in 29 states and the District of Columbia. Also, as of June 6, 2006, the franchise partnerships operated 168 restaurants located in 17 states and traditional franchisees operated 36 domestic and 47 international restaurants. Ruby Tuesday restaurants offer American dining emphasizing 14 appetizers, handcrafted burgers, a garden bar that offers up to 46 items, fish, ribs, steaks and more. Burger choices include such items as beef, bison, turkey, chicken and crab.
Ruby Tuesday's To Go Curbside initiative was launched at both Company-owned and franchise restaurants during the fiscal year ended June 1, 2004. This program provides an alternative for customers who are on the go. As of June 6, 2006, the Company owned and operated restaurants concentrated primarily in the Southeast, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest of the United States. As of June 6, 2006, there were 251 franchise restaurants, including 168 operated by franchise partnerships. In July 2006, the Company acquired 17 franchise partnerships restaurants. Franchisees opened 32 restaurants during the fiscal year ended June 6, 2006.
RTI offers support service agreements for domestic franchisees. Under the support services agreements, the Company has one level of support, which is required for franchise partnerships and optional for traditional franchisees, in which it provides specified additional services to assist the franchisees with various aspects of the business, including but not limited to, processing of payroll, basic bookkeeping and cash management. The Company's WOW-U, located in the Maryville, Tennessee Restaurant Support Services Center, serves as the centralized training center for all of the Company's and the franchisees' multi-restaurant operators and other team members. Facilities include classrooms and a test kitchen. Further contributing to the training experience is the RT Lodge, which is located on a wooded campus near the Restaurant Support Services Center. RT Lodge serves as the lodging quarters and dining facility for those attending WOW-U.