Sbarro Chicken Francese

5 − boneless 5 oz. chicken breasts
5 eggs
3 oz. Romano cheese
1 teaspoon dried parsley
1 cup flour
pinch of white pepper
1 cup chicken stock
1/2 pound butter
juice from 2 lemons
1 1/2 cups oil (10% olive oil, 90% vegetable oil)
lemon slices and chopped fresh parsley for garnish
Pound chicken breasts flat and cut in half. Set aside.
Scramble eggs in mixing bowl. Add Romano cheese, parsley,
and white pepper. Blend and set aside.
Put flour in a large shallow bowl.
In a skillet, heat oil over medium heat. Check
temperature by dipping a corner of a chicken piece in oil.
If it boils slowly, oil is ready.
Coat both sides of a piece of chicken with flour. Dip chicken
in egg mixture, making sure all flour is covered with egg. Let
excess egg drip off, then place chicken in hot oil. Repeat
with 4 more pieces. Fry each side of chicken until a light
blond color. Remove from oil to a serving plate − keep warm.
Repeat with other chicken pieces.
Bring chicken stock to a light boil. Add butter, stirring
continuously, until melted. Add lemon juice and cook for
1 minute while stirring continuously.
Pour sauce over chicken and garnish with lemon slices
and chopped fresh parsley.






SBARRO, INC. (SBARRO) is an owner, operator and franchisor of quick-service restaurants, serving a variety of Italian specialty foods with 927 company-owned and franchised restaurants during the fiscal year ended January 2, 2005 (fiscal 2004). Under the Sbarro, Sbarro The Italian Eatery, Cafe Sbarro, Umberto's, Tony and Brunos and La Cuccina names, the Company offers pizza, pasta and other hot and cold Italian entrees, salads, sandwiches, cheesecake and other desserts and beverages. All of Sbarro's entrees are prepared fresh daily in each restaurant using special recipes developed by the Company. Sbarro has created, through subsidiaries and joint ventures, other restaurant concepts in addition to the Sbarro restaurants. Sbarro operates 24 other concept restaurants through owned subsidiaries and joint ventures.




Sbarro Rigatoni Ala Vodka

2 lbs. rigatoni
24 oz. canned tomato sauce (plain)
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 cloves fresh garlic, minced
1/2 teaspoon cracked red pepper
1 tablespoon salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon dried basil
1/2 quart heavy cream
1 1/2 oz. vodka
1 oz. grated Romano Cheese
1 oz. bacon bits
1/2 oz. Italian parsley, chopped
In a medium sauce pan, heat oil until hot. Add garlic and
saute until golden brown. Add tomato sauce, salt, red pepper,
black pepper, and basil. Cook over medium heat, stirring
occasionally, until thoroughly heated. Add heavy cream and
vodka. Stir to mix and cook for a few minutes.
Boil rigatoni according to package instructions (do not
overcook). In a mixing bowl, combine drained pasta with
cream sauce. Mix thoroughly. Transfer to a serving bowl
and sprinkle with grated cheese, bacon, and parsley.
Serve immediately.






SBARRO, INC. (SBARRO) is an owner, operator and franchisor of quick-service restaurants, serving a variety of Italian specialty foods with 927 company-owned and franchised restaurants during the fiscal year ended January 2, 2005 (fiscal 2004). Under the Sbarro, Sbarro The Italian Eatery, Cafe Sbarro, Umberto's, Tony and Brunos and La Cuccina names, the Company offers pizza, pasta and other hot and cold Italian entrees, salads, sandwiches, cheesecake and other desserts and beverages. All of Sbarro's entrees are prepared fresh daily in each restaurant using special recipes developed by the Company. Sbarro has created, through subsidiaries and joint ventures, other restaurant concepts in addition to the Sbarro restaurants. Sbarro operates 24 other concept restaurants through owned subsidiaries and joint ventures.




Shoney's Country Fried Steak

3 cups water
2 cups flour
2 teaspoons salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
4 4 Ounce cube steaks, trimmed, flattened
1−1/2 Tablespoons ground beef, lean
1/4 cup flour
2 cups chicken broth
2 cups milk
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1/4 teaspoon salt
Put water in medium bowl. Sift flour, salt, and pepper together in another
bowl. Dip steaks in water, then in dry mixture. Repeat. Lay coated steaks
on wax paper and freeze for 3 hours. Deep fry steaks in 350 degree oil for
8−10 minutes. Drain on paper towels. Brown ground beef in skillet. Stir in
flour, then remaining ingredients. Bring to boil, then simmer until thick.
Pour gravy over steaks.






Let's get something to eat at Shoney's. The company operates and franchises around 300 family-style restaurants in about 20 states. Popular for breakfast, the chain offers such standard morning fare as bacon, biscuits and gravy, eggs, and pancakes. Its lunch and dinner offerings include burgers, chicken, seafood, and steak. The restaurants also feature an all-you-can-eat buffet with nightly features, such as Homestyle Dinner and Big Ol' Bar-B-Que. Operating primarily in the South, more than half of Shoney's locations are company-owned. The Shoney's chain was founded by Alex Schoenbaum in the 1940s. It is controlled by investment firm Lone Star Funds.




Sizzler Cheese Toast

1 Lb. Butter (slightly softened)
8 Oz. Grated Parmesan Cheese
Sliced Italian Bread
In a mixer, cream together the butter and cheese.
1. Preheat a griddle or large frying pan on medium−high.
2. Spread cheese mixture on bread about 1/4" thick.
3. Place bread cheese side down on griddle. Cook until cheese
has browned.






You can legitimately say business is sizzling at these restaurants. Sizzler USA Restaurants operates and franchises about 270 Sizzler family-style steak houses in almost 20 states. The eateries serve a variety of steak, chicken, and seafood dishes and feature a buffet-style salad bar that also offers soups, appetizers, and dessert items. More than 40 of the restaurants are company owned, while the rest are franchised. The Sizzler chain was started by Delmar Johnson in 1957. Sizzler USA is owned by Australian investment firm Pacific Equity Partners.