Wild Ace offers soup, lunch and drink specials

Published on Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Lunch specials, buy one get one free Wednesday, soup du jour and drink specials are all in the mix with the enhanced menu at Wild Ace Pizza and Pub at 109 Trade Street.
Now that the weather is cooling Wild Ace has added soup du jour to its lunch offerings. The soups are homemade each day with side bowl $3.50 and bowl a $5.95. A side of soup and ½ sandwich or side salad is $5.94.
Lunch specials, eat-in only, are available every day from 11 a.m. –3 p.m. Any two items from the list below is $5.94:
• Small house salad
• small Caesar salad
• side of homemade soup
• half Red Baron sandwich
• half Bomber Girl sandwich
• 1 slice pizza with 1 topping
• Homemade parmesan potato chips  

Daily drink specials include:
• $5 Monday:  Pitchers (60 ounces) of Miller Lite, Michelob Ultra, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Yuengling and appetizers.
• Tuesday Taps: $1 off all taps including domestics. 2-for-1 appetizers and wings
.• Wild Ace Wednesday:  $3 Wild Ace Tea, buy-one get-one pasta night.
• Thursday Thursday: $2 domestic bottles and $5 bombs.
• Freaky Friday: Bartenders Choice Special
• Super Saturday: $3 house Bloody Marys, $12 buckets of domestic bottles
• Sunday Funday: $3 vodka drinks
Call 879-9600 for more information.

Campbell’s teams up with Wolfgang Puck to launch Italian sauces
Campbell’s is hoping consumers are ready to “mangia” as it launches a new line of Italian sauces under the Wolfgang Puck brand.Each of the new sauces, which are available at grocery stores nationwide this fall, are packaged in a distinctive 16-oz. jar to offer restaurant-inspired dinner at home, Campbell’s said. The new varieties include:
Arrabbiata: Spicy marinara and roasted red pepper combine for a distinctive sauce with real kick;
Creamy vodka: A combination of tomatoes and fresh cream is finished with a splash of vodka;
Four cheese: Parmigiano, ricotta and asiago cheeses are combined with tomatoes, fresh garlic and cracked black pepper, then finished off with mascarpone cheese for a sweet and unexpected creaminess; and
Tomato basil: A blend of tomatoes, garlic and sweet basil makes this sauce a great way to bring classic Italian dishes to the next level.

Wolfgang Puck Italian sauces will retail for $2.79.

Flavor creation contest returns to Baskin-Robbins
Wishing your flavor won the Baskin-Robbins flavor creation contest last year? Don’t despair, Baskin-Robbins has announced its 2nd Annual Online Flavor Creation Contest, providing guests with the opportunity to tap into their inner chef to create a winning new flavor.  
From now through Oct. 31, ice cream fans can enter the contest online by creating a virtual flavor at www.baskinrobbins.com/flavorcreator.
Visitors to the site can choose from 31 base flavors, a variety of ribbons such as fudge or peanut butter and a myriad of different mix-ins ranging from candy pieces to cookies. To kick this year’s contest up a notch, Baskin-Robbins has added even more flavor bases, ribbons, and inclusions. 
New ingredients include: Strawberry Yogurt, Mango Yogurt, and French Toast Ice Cream flavors; Oreo, Cherry, and Whipped Cream flavor ribbons; and Blondie Brownie, Golden Oreo, and chocolate covered cookie inclusions.Once the contest closes Oct. 31, Baskin-Robbins executive culinary team will narrow down the submissions to determine the top 20 finalists who will receive free ice cream for a year. Ice cream fans will then vote online for their favorite flavor to determine the winner. The winner will receive a trip for two to Boston which includes a three-night stay at a landmark Boston hotel, a night at the theatre, $1,000 in spending money, and a trip to Baskin-Robbins headquarters where the winner will meet the Baskin-Robbins culinary team and spend a day bringing their virtual flavor to life.
The winning flavor of the inaugural 2010 contest was Toffee Pecan Crunch, created by Diane Sroga of Chicago. Her winning flavor featured a combination of extra-rich, creamy chocolate ice cream with a sweet caramel ribbon and crunchy bites of HEATH bar and pecans. Toffee Pecan Crunch was the June 2011 Flavor of the Month and joined the ranks of the Baskin-Robbins world famous flavor library, which contains more than 1,000 flavors including Gold Medal Ribbon, Jamocha Almond Fudge, and Beatle Nut.


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