“These are days of miracle and wonder. This is the long distance call,” Paul Simon sings. What’s cooking in the kitchen for you at week’s end: campanelle pasta with Italian sausage in a marinara sauce, and barbecued shrimp stuffed po-boys!
What We’re Cooking for You at Week’s End
Thursday, August 13
Fresh marinara sauce with Italian sausage served with campanelle pasta, and an old friend named eggplant. Bernadette Peters wishfully remembered, “I love the pasta with the homemade marinara sauce I had as a kid.” Well, this pasta dish will transport you to the rose-colored days of yesteryear, but it probably won’t make you sing as well as she — that is, unless you’re Steve Martin in The Jerk singing, “I lika you, like you lika me….” Bring your ukulele, you’ll lika this pasta.
Friday, August 7
Barbecued shrimp stuffed po-boy and a house salad. Prepped in gobs of butter, white wine, and saucy spices, our own New Orleans style barbecued shrimp come stuffed into po-boy bread drowned in the barbecue sauce. Grab a fork and napkins, dear friends, you can’t eat this sandwich with your fingers. Like the evocative lyrics of Paul Simon’s “The Boy in the Bubble,” this sandwich will cause you to pause, wonder, and think, “Holy cow! In spite of its craziness, this life is pretty good!” The sandwich probably won’t solve the world’s dilemmas, but if you listen closely, you just might hear Ladysmith Black Mambazo singing in the background: “Oh rain, Oh rain, Oh rain, rain, rain, beautiful rain.” Rain just might make the world a little better today, and so will this sandwich.
Stone House Eats Bread Baked Daily
Drinks — Sweet & Unsweet Tea, Bottled Water
Lunch Served | 11am-2pm Monday—Friday
Lunch Special | $12 — Includes Daily Special & Drink
Sandwiches & Salads — Includes Drink
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You can find our house at 828 Julia Street in Rayville, Louisiana.
You can call us at (318) 267-4457.
Thanks for letting us serve you, and may God bless you richly as you sit at the table.
Famous Food Quotes
After a long night of playing, Louis Armstrong liked something his momma fixed when he was young: fried ham, grits, and biscuits slobbered in butter. As he reflected on his glorious meal, he sang, “I see skies of blue, and clouds of white, the bright blessed day, the dark sacred night, and I think to myself, what a wonderful world.” Yep. Food and memories of mom can do that for you.