This Weeks Menu



Monday April 16th , Tuesday April 17th

Basil & Tomato Baked Chicken Breast (Gluten Free)
Basil is one of the great culinary herbs. Many Italian recipes contain basil. It has been grown for many thousands of years all over the tropical zones. HISTORICAL FACTS: . Basil was first mentioned in English writing in the mid-seventeenth century and in American literature about 100 years later.

Baked Orange & Tarragon Salmon (Gluten Free)  
Leaves of tarragon have sharp, peppery, anise-like flavor. They are rich source of vitamins A and C and minerals such as iodine, calcium, manganese and iron. Tarragon can be consumed fresh or dried. Fresh leaves are usually harvested during the spring and summer.

Broccoli, Cashew & Raisin Salad (Gluten Free)
Cashews grow out of “apples”. Wait, what?! Cashews are seeds. Because they grow out of apples, they are technically a seed not a nut. Cashew shells are poisonous. Raw cashews are green. Cashews are related to pistachios, mangos and poison ivy.

Cumin Chicken & Garbanzo Bean Soup (Gluten Free)
Cumin 'seeds' are actually the small dried fruits of the plant. Superstition during the Middle Ages cited that Cumin kept chickens and lovers from wandering. It was also believed that a happy life awaited the bride and groom who carried Cumin Seed throughout the wedding ceremony. Cumin is the second most popular spice in the world black pepper is number one.

Wednesday April 18th, Thursday April 19th   

Stuffed Red Pepper with Ground Beef & Rice (Gluten Free)
Red bell peppers are simply green bell peppers that have been left on the vine to continue to ripen. Peppers are actually fruits because they are produced from a flowering plant and contain seeds-most people think of them as vegetables. Red bell peppers are sweeter than green ones because bell peppers sweeten as they ripen. Red bell peppers have more than twice the vitamin C of a green pepper.
Bell peppers are a good source of Vitamin A.

Chicken, Green Bean & Romaine Salad (Gluten Free)
It apparently reached the West via Rome, as in Italian it is called lattuga romana and in French laitue romaine, both meaning "Roman lettuce". Hence the name "romaine", the common term in North American English.

Marinated Garbanzo Bean & Carrot Salad (Gluten Free)
Chickpeas (Cicer arietinum or garbanzo beans) are large roundish legumes, that look rather like a large round pea with an interesting bumpy surface. A staple of Middle Eastern, African and Indian cuisines, the chickpea is the world's second most widely grown legume after the soybean.

Friday April 20th, Saturday April 21st          

Spaghetti Chicken Pie  
Supper vs. Dinner. In parts of the US, supper and dinner are used interchangeably to refer to the evening meal, but elsewhere dinner is the midday meal, akin to lunch, and supper, the evening meal. ... The word dinner comes from the Vulgar Latin word disjējūnāre meaning “to break one's fast.”

Baked Tilapia with Caper Butter (Gluten Free)
Butter's origins go back about 10,000 years to the time when our ancestors first began domesticating animals. ... It is generally believed the word butter originates from the bou-tyron, Greek for “cow cheese”, however it may have come from the language of cattle-herding Scythians.

Chopped Vegetable Salad (Gluten Free)
An alternative explanation for the etymology of the "What am I, chopped liver?" expression is that chopped liver was traditionally served as a side dish rather than a main course. The phrase, therefore may have originally meant to express a feeling of being overlooked, as a "side dish."

Creamy Tomato with Penne Pasta Soup

Check Our Retail Freezer
Sweet Action Ice Cream!!

Bakery Offerings!! The best Cinnamon Butter Coffee Cake in town!!
Blueberry Tea Bread
Lemon Poppy seed Tea Bread
Carrot Tea Bread
Pumpkin Tea Bread
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Tea Bread
Mini brownie bites, cinnamon roll bites, lemon cake bites.
Danish Pastries
Coffee, Fresh Brewed Ice Tea, Hot Tea

Try our freshly made dips! Southwest, Spinach Artichoke, Crab Artichoke, Dill, Jarlsberg Olive Spread.




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