Weekly Meals

April 7, 2015 Menu

WHAT WE’RE COOKING FOR YOU THIS WEEK

 

TUESDAY, April 7 — Congratulations to the Duke Blue Devils!

 Pulled pork sandwiches with jalapeño mayonnaise, and apple cole slaw. Slow cooked pork, pulled to tender pieces, house made barbecue sauce, and jalapeño mayonnaise on a hoagie bun form a delicious meal that makes the big bad wolf totally jealous. Add some apple cole slaw, and you will have a messy, but howlingly good meal.

WEDNESDAY, April 8

 Bacon wrapped chicken tenders, creamy rosemary polenta, and oven roasted vegetables. Marinated chicken tenders wrapped in bacon, roasted to perfection and served on a creamy polenta with some wonderfully roasted veggies. Some of us may feel like that dog in the bacon treats commercial, “Bacon, bacon, bacon!” You know, everybody loves bacon, even if it doesn’t return the love. See the famous Shakespeare quotes about bacon below!

THURSDAY, April 9

Shredded pork enchiladas, Spanish rice with black beans, and cole slaw with lime & cilantro dressing. Shredded pork loin with a house made enchilada sauce lovingly wrapped in thick corn tortillas will help you rethink “pigs in a blanket.” Spanish rice cooked with tomatoes, green chilis, and black beans come complemented by a surprisingly delicious lime and cilantro slaw with fresh Mexican flavors.

FRIDAY, April 10

Salmon croquettes, broccoli and rice casserole, and a house salad. Holy cow! Apparently humans have invented these things called airplanes, and salmon now fly south to hang in warmer climes. We managed to catch a few sunning themselves at Lake Bruin — we hated to ruin their vacations!  For the sake of good eats, we formed those tanned salmon beauties into patties with our own house made bread crumbs and seasonings and pan fried them to crispy perfection — they come served with a light, lemony butter sauce.

DESSERT OFFERINGS THIS WEEK

White chocolate bread pudding with raspberries, outlaw brownies, and, of course, lavender and blueberry scones. The white chocolate bread pudding will have you running through the streets singing with Frank, “I’ve Got the World on a String.” If only all of us had a big band with a fabulous horn section for our life soundtrack!

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SHE Shredded Pork Enchiladas with Lime & Cilantro Slaw

SALADS AVAILABLE EVERYDAY

CHICKEN SALAD ON HOUSE SALAD

PIMENTO CHEESE ON HOUSE SALAD

SALAD SAMPLER (CHICKEN SALAD & PIMENTO CHEESE)

HOUSE SALAD WITH GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST

 

SANDWICHES AVAILABLE EVERYDAY

GRILLED PIMENTO CHEESE

GRILLED PIMENTO CHEESE & BACON

BACON & CHICKEN WRAP WITH HOUSE MADE RANCH 

CHIPOTLE BACON & CHICKEN WRAP WITH HOUSE MADE RANCH

CHICKEN SALAD SANDWICH

FRIED GREEN TOMATO BLT

 

 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.

Famous Shakespeare Quotes on Bacon 

“To bacon, or not to bacon, that is the question,” Hamlet wonders when he’s making an omelet.

“Bacon, bacon! My kingdom for some bacon!” Richard III cries at the breakfast table.

“Bacon, bacon! Parting is such sweet sorrow, that I shall say good night till it be morrow,” Romeo moons as he finishes his midnight BLT.

“The better part of bacon is discretion,” Falstaff warns as bacon grease dribbles down his beard.

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“Et tu, Bacon!” Julius Caesar yells as he gets the bad report from his cardiologist Dr. Brutus.

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