WINTER HOURS: M-TH 10-6; FRIDAY 10-5; SATURDAY 10-4; SUN CLOSED
Monday February 18th and Tuesday February 19th
Dijon Swiss Cheese Chicken Breast (Gluten Free)
Dijon mustard originated in 1856, when Jean Naigeon of Dijon substituted verjuice, the acidic "green" juice of not-quite-ripe grapes, for vinegar in the traditional mustard recipe. In general, mustards from Dijon today contain white wine rather than verjuice.
Shrimp & Scallop Orzo Pasta Bake
Although it is originated from Italy it is very popular in Greece and is widely used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. Orzo is very versatile and can be used in a range of recipes, for example, you can make Orzo pasta salad.
Broccoli Cashew Salad (Gluten Free)
Broccoli is an edible green plant in the cabbage family whose large flowering head is eaten as a vegetable. The word broccoli comes from the Italian plural of broccolo, which means "the flowering crest of a cabbage", and is the diminutive form of brocco, meaning "small nail" or "sprout".
Chicken Noodle Soup
Noodles have been partnered with broth-based soups as early as the 1200s in Asia. Beginning in the 1700s in Italy, folks began feeding noodle soup to the sick because it was easy to digest. By the 1900s in the US, noodle soups had become a staple convenience food.
Wednesday February 20th and Thursday February 21st
A history of quiche. Although quiche is now considered a classically French dish, it actually originated in Germany. It started in the medieval kingdom of Lothringen, under German rule, which the French later renamed Lorraine (sound familiar!). The word 'quiche' is from the German word 'kuchen', meaning cake.
Chicken Stroganoff & Buttered Noodles
This winter, we're fighting back the cold with an old-timey classic, and we mean REALLY old-timey: Stroganoff! This dish was invented sometime in the early 1800s and had its American heyday in the 1950s and 1960s. We, aren't quite ready to send stroganoff off to pasture, because this dish can be so much more than the standard recipe of ground beef, onions, and cream of mushroom soup. Our version uses chicken…
Chopped Vegetable Salad with Rice Noodles (Gluten Free)
Rice noodles, or simply rice noodle, are noodles made from rice. The principal ingredients are rice flour and water. Sometimes ingredients such as tapioca or corn starch are added in order to improve the transparency or increase the gelatinous and chewy texture of the noodles.
Friday February 22nd , Saturday February 23rd
Baked Tilapia with Carmelized Onion & White Wine (Gluten Free)
This reaction of breaking down larger sugars into single sugar molecules is what causes sautéed or caramelized onions to brown and develop a sweeter flavor. Heat causes the sugar molecules that make up polysaccharides (at top) to separate into monosaccharides (at bottom) in a process called pyrolysis.
Roasted Porkloin with Apple & Raisin Stuffing
The word raisin is from the Latin word racemus which means a cluster of grapes or berries. History indicates that raisins were discovered for the first time by accident when they were found in the dried form on vines as early as 2000 BC.
Steamed Vegetables (Gluten Free)
In 1698, Thomas Savery, an engineer and inventor, patented a machine that could effectively draw water from flooded mines using steam pressure. Savery used principles set forth by Denis Papin, a French-born British physicist who invented the pressure cooker.
Beef, Red Bean & Rice Soup (Gluten Free)
“A Favorite Dish Among Creole Families” No one knows for sure why and how New Orleanians began to eat red beans and rice. “Red beans are to New Orleans what the white bean is to Boston and the cowpea is to South Carolina,” reporters for the Federal Writers Project wrote in 1938.
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Sweet Action Ice Cream!!
Cinnamon Coffee Cake
Blueberry Tea Bread
Lemon Poppy seed Tea Bread
Pumpkin Tea Bread
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Tea Bread
Mini brownie bites, cinnamon roll bites, lemon cake bites.