Weekly Meals

Cooking for Your Memorial Day Weekend Reminder

We’d love to cook some things for your table over the Memorial Day weekend so you can have a wonderful time with your family. We’ll be offering overnight brisket, pulled pork, potato salad, biscuits, bread, and several desserts.


Let Us Cook for Your Memorial Day Table

Memorial Day Weekend stands as an important weekend for us because we remember those faithful military service members who served and sacrificed for our freedoms. So often, we forget the cost of freedom, but on special days like this we can remember and honor those folks who lived and died for this great country. Truly, this weekend gives an opportunity to remember at the table those who gave so much so we can sit at the table in freedom — living, laughing, loving, and remembering.

Please place your orders by telephone at (318) 267-4457 by Tuesday, May 19 at 8pm. They will be available for pickup at the house Friday, May 22 from 10am — 2pm.



Breads & Biscuits

Regular Loaf or Flax Seed Loaf, $5

Parmesan Garlic or Honey Buttermilk Biscuits, $12/Dozen


Overnight Brisket, $18/Pound

Pulled Pork with House-made Barbecue Sauce, $14/Pound


Apple Slaw, $10/Quart

Lime Cilantro Slaw, $10/Quart

Potato Salad, $12/Quart


Apple Pie, $25

Browned Butter Pecan Pie, $25

Butter Pecan Pound Cake, $30

Lemon Pound Cake, $30

Outlaw Brownies, $36/doz.

Scones (Lavender or Chocolate Chip), 1/2 Dozen $18 | Dozen $36

Lemon Curd or Chocolate Sauce for Scones, 1/2 Pint $5 | Pint $10


Please place your orders by telephone at (318) 267-4457 by Tuesday, May 19 at 8pm. They will be available for pickup at the house Friday, May 22 from 10am — 3pm.


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 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.


 “Memorial Day isn’t just about honoring veterans, its honoring those who lost their lives. Veterans had the fortune of coming home. For us, that’s a reminder of when we come home we still have a responsibility to serve. It’s a continuation of service that honors our country and those who fell defending it.” — Pete Hegseth

Photo Credit: “Marine Parade in Larchmont, New York” (Creative Commons)