Dear friends, it’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, and we hope you’re having a wonderful weekend. We’ll be closed for business on Monday, February 15, 2016 on President’s Day. We hope to see you on Tuesday, February 16 as we open with some good, old fashioned southern cooking guaranteed to fill your bellies and warm your hearts. Hope to see you then!
What We’re Cooking for You Next Week
In honor of President’s Day, we point you to the museum of the weird — yep. The Smithsonian has in its expansive collection a fairly large frame with hair from the first fourteen presidents. No kidding! Well, everybody thought the POTUS was a hairy job, anyway. Check the link here. And, for a little more history, we’re posting today from the gentleman’s parlor of Duff Green Mansion in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Foodie Krewe Magic and Mayhem Party, Friday 26, 2016 with great food like gumbo and crawfish stuffed mirliton squash. Reservations needed, and details will follow on Monday!
Monday, February 15
Tuesday, February 16 — Papa Stone’s Birthday!
Fried pork chops, mama’s rice, and roasted broccoli.
Wednesday, February 17
Beef burgundy, potatoes, carrots, and rice.
Thursday, February 18
Special house-made meat lasagna with fresh pasta.
Friday, February 19
Shrimptastic Friday: Barbecued shrimp stuffed po-boys, open-faced fried green tomato and barbecued shrimp on our house bread with remoulade sauce, or the full fried green tomato and barbecued shrimp po-boy with remoulade sauce.
Have a look: Stone House Eats Standard Menu!
Stone House Eats Bread Baked Daily
Lunch Served | 11am-2pm Monday—Friday
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
One last quote for Valentine’s Day from the poet John Keats: “You are always new, the last of your kisses was ever the sweetest.” He was talking to his favorite dog, Aphrodite, trying out new poetic pick-up lines.
Image Credit: “Closed Sign at Yellowstone,” by Brian Mills from CreativeCommons.org.