Weekly Meals

May 31, 2016 Weekly Menu

Hope you had great weekend, we’ve got lots of goodies ready for you. Please take a moment to check our early June schedule below for temporary changes to our lunch service. Here’s what’s cooking for you this week: Chicken and sausage gumbo, pulled pork sandwiches with apple slaw, blackened catfish tacos with Spanish rice, and shrimp pasta primavera on angel hair pasta.

What We’re Cooking for You This Week

Please take note, our schedule for early June will be a little different: 

Tuesday — Friday, May 30-June 3, 2016 we will serve our regular hours with some great food.

Monday — Wednesday, June 6-8, 2016 we will be open for only three days. Clélie and Zoë will be heading to New York for a few days. We’ll re-open Tuesday, June 14 for lunch with our regular schedule through the end of June.

Tuesday, May 24

Chicken and sausage gumbo. We make our gumbo with a dark roux, chicken, sausage, and the trinity of bell pepper, onion, and celery. Oh, Grandpa Justin would add sauterne wine, a cup or two or three, and so do we. Add a little Louisiana grown rice, and you’ve got the recipe for a happy dance at the lunch table. Just don’t go overboard, it’s early in the week. The old saw, “Money makes the world go round” sounds so much better as “Gumbo makes the world go round.” We like Dire Straits take on the matter, “Gumbo for nothing and your chicks for free, gumbo for nothing and chicks for free.” We can almost hear Sting singing in the background, “I want my, I want my, I want my okra please.” Yep. Gumbo.

Wednesday, May 25

Pulled pork sandwiches with apple slaw on Gambino’s po-boy bread. Slow cooked pork, pulled to tender pieces, house made barbecue sauce, and jalapeño mayonnaise topped with our tart apple slaw on Gambino’s po-boy bread form a porkalicious sandwich that simply makes your week better by helping you slide faster into the weekend. Our silly friend Rodney Dangerfield remarked one time, “I looked up my family tree and found out I was the sap.” Well, Rodney, sorry. Come by for a pulled pork sandwich, it can redefine your place in the old family tree.

Thursday, May 26

Blackened catfish tacos with Spanish rice, charro beans, and fresh salsas ($13.50).  We season the catfish like our old friend Chef Paul Prudhomme, blacken them in a white hot cast iron skillet, lightly fry some corn tortillas, put it all together, and add a little lime cilantro slaw. With a little green salsa and fresh tomato salsa, you’ve got some goody that will make some surprisingly good grub. Journalist Bill Vaughn writes, “Money won’t buy happiness, but it will pay the salaries of a large research staff to study the problem.” There you have it. Let’s form a committee to study the committee to study the committee. These blackened catfish tacos might just have the power to bring a little happiness your way. And, you won’t need a committee.

Friday, May 27

Shrimp pasta primavera with angel hair pasta ($15.00). Well, take some gulf shrimp, add some some fresh veggies with a delicious sauce, and lightly sauté it with angel hair pasta, and voilá, you’ve got a great dish to help you start the weekend just little bit early. Ever the sarcastic one, P.G. Wodehouse quipped, “Why don’t you get a haircut? You look like a chrysanthemum.” This shrimpy primavera goodness just might do something fancy to your hair. Come by for a looksee, we’ll bring the food and the mirror.

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Stone House Eats Bread Baked Daily

Lunch Served | 11am-2pm Tuesday — Friday

You can find our house at 828 Julia Street in Rayville, LouisianaYou can call us at (318) 267-4457.

Don’t forget to please take note, our schedule for early June will be a little different: 

Tuesday — Friday, May 30-June 3, 2016 we will serve our regular hours with some great food.

Monday — Wednesday, June 6-8, 2016 we will be open for only three days. Clélie and Zoë will be heading to New York for a few days. We’ll re-open Tuesday, June 14 for lunch with our regular schedule through the end of June.

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

Famous Quotes

Well, our old buddy of SNL fame Dennis Miller says, “There’s nothing wrong with being shallow as long as you’re insightful about it.” Well, that’s a deep subject for shallow minds. Hmm. 

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