Texas Roadhouse offers free appetizer to e-mail list subscribers

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Texas Roadhouse is offering a free appetizer to e-mail list subscribers who update their profile.

Texas Roadhouse would like to know more about you, and is rewarding e-mail list subscribers who update their profile with a coupon for a free appetizer with purchase of an adult entree.

The offer expires two weeks after the coupon is sent. There is a limit of one per table, and it is not valid with any other offer. The complete e-mail must be presented. It is good only once, and a valid ID is required.

The coupon is good for one free Cactus Blossom, Fried Pickles, Tater Skins, Cheese Fries or Rattlesnake Bites.

According to Texas Roadhouse, the Cactus Blossom is a hand-breaded, deep-fried onion served with Cajun Horseradish sauce. It's similar to Outback Steakhouse's Bloomin' Onion.

Fried Pickles are hand-battered, deep-fried pickle chips served with your choice of Ranch sauce or Cajun Horseradish sauce.

Tater Skins are baked potato skins topped with bacon, cheddar cheese and sour cream.

Cheese fries are steak fries served with bacon and melted cheddar cheese.

Rattlesnake bites are bite-size, hand-battered, lightly fried diced jalapeƱos with jack cheese. They are served with Cajun Horseradish sauce.

Like all Texas Roadhouse food, including the croutons and bacon bits, the appetizers are made from scratch.

"Andy Armadillo never spills the beans and neither do we," the site notes. "We will not rent or sell the personal information you provide. E-mail messages we send may appear in your bulk e-mail folder."

Texas Roadhouse averages 5,000 guests a week and serves 300,000 meals per day, according to the company's web site. Based in Louisville, Kentucky, the restaurant chain was founded in Clarksville, Indiana, in 1993. Texas has the most restaurants, with 55 restaurants. Pennsylvania follows with 24 restaurants, followed by Indiana and Ohio, with 21 each. The company has more than 400 locations in 48 states, Dubai and Kuwait.

Each Texas Roadhouse restaurant employes a butcher and a baker. The butchers hand cut each steak served, working in 34-degree coolers and slicing an average of $1 million worth of meat a year per store. Bakers are responsible for baking the yeast rolls from scratch every day. The bread is baked fresh every five minutes and served with homemade cinnamon butter.

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