Weekly Meals

March 17, 2015 Menu

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

 

WHAT WE’RE COOKING FOR YOU THIS WEEK

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 17

Fried green tomatoes & slices of roasted chicken breast on a house salad with SHE house bread. A special delight of fried green tomato tartness served with sliced roasted chicken breast cooked with bone in and skin on served on top of a romaine lettuce salad with our house dressing makes a great, green way to celebrate St. Patty’s Day.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18

SHE Meatloaf, smashed potatoes, oven roasted carrots with sugar snap peas, house salad, and SHE bread. Randy got it wrong in A Christmas Story: “Meatloaf, smeatloaf,  double-beetloaf. I hate meatloaf” — our meatloaf is a heavenly blend of ground beef, bread crumbs, and special goodies that will make you want to kiss the frozen flagpole. By the way, you’ll want to eat the smashed potatoes like Randy does, fully face down in the plate. We’re glad to supply a bib.

THURSDAY, MARCH 19

Louisiana red beans & rice, cabbage, and hot water cornbread. The Louisiana red beans are complimented by our own pork stock made from flying pigs — and we’ve added some flying pig hams to send these beans into the stratosphere (by the way, they are non-gas causing beans because they come from flying pigs — the cabbage might make your evening toot-toot-tootfully exciting, though). The hot water cornbread will make you like Michael Flatley, dancing the river dance! Keep your shirts on, though, we don’t want to be on the evening news.

FRIDAY, MARCH 20 — TWO OFFERINGS TODAY!

Salmon croquettes, wilted baby greens with a roasted onion, and a house salad. Well, we’re still fishing Bayou Bartholomew — who knew so many salmon migrated south for the winter?  We caught some beauties, and we formed them into patties with bread crumbs and seasonings, and pan fried to perfection — they come served with a light, lemony butter sauce. Add a roasted onion served on top of wilted baby greens, and you’ve got a great meal for a Lenten Friday.

Fried green tomato BLT on SHE bread. Watch out! Iggy Threadgood and Tawanda are in town, and they’re making the best kind of trouble in the kitchen.

DESSERT OFFERINGS THIS WEEK

Strawberry short cake made from our lavender scone recipe, using sweetened whip cream and fresh strawberries. On Wednesday, a chocolate mousse will be lousse in the housse.  

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Grilled Pimento Cheese & Bacon on SHE Bread

SALADS AVAILABLE EVERYDAY: CHICKEN SALAD, PIMENTO CHEESE, OR HOUSE SALAD WITH GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST

 

SANDWICHES THIS WEEK: GRILLED PIMENTO CHEESE & BACON SANDWICH AND BACON & CHICKEN WRAP WITH RANCH — TRY OUR CHIPOTLE VERSION OF THE BACON & CHICKEN WRAP THIS WEEK

 

 STONE HOUSE EATS HOUSEMADE BREAD BAKED DAILY

 

DRINKS — SWEET & UNSWEET TEA, LEMONADE, AND BOTTLED WATER

 

LUNCH SERVED | 11AM-2PM TUES-FRI

 

LUNCH SPECIAL | $12 — INCLUDES DAILY SPECIAL & DRINK

SANDWICHES & SALADS | $10 — INCLUDES DRINK

 

CHECK OUT WHAT’S IN THE FRIDGE.

 

 You can find our house at 828 Julia Street in Rayville, Louisiana.

 Thanks for letting us serve you, and may God bless you richly as you sit at the table.

 “The story of barbecue is the story of America: Settlers arrive on great unspoiled continent, discover wondrous riches, set them on fire and eat them.” — Vince Staten

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