All posts tagged: lemon butter chicken

A Violin Playing Goat

We’ve got yodeling, a violin-playing goat, and info on the curse of the goat. You might say we’re having a baaaaaaaad day, but in a very good way. Here’s what we’ve got cooking for you at week’s end: Lemon butter chicken with angel hair pasta and shrimp and grits. What We’re Cooking for You at Week’s Next week, we’ll be open Monday, October 31 through Wednesday November 2. We’ll be out of town Thursday and Friday, November 3-4. Come join us for Louisiana red beans and rice, white lasagna with fresh pasta, and our house-made hamburgers. Thursday, October 27 Lemon butter chicken served on angel hair pasta. Pan-seared with a lightly delicious lemon butter sauce, these chicken breasts come served on some great angel hair pasta. We remember Fraulein Maria singing about the lonely goatherd, “High on a hill was a lonely goatherd, lay odl lay odl lay her hoo. Loud was the voice of the lonely goatherd, lay odl lay old loo. Folks in a town that was quite remote heard, lay odl lay odl lay her hoo….” We loved the dancing goats and …

October 25, 2016 Weekly Menu

“Heeeeere’s chili!” We’ve got some great food for you this week, complete with dancing chickens, Meat Loaf, and Johnny Carson singing about the blues. We look forward to seeing you at the table! Here’s what we’ve got cooking for you this week: White chili with corn muffins, meatloaf with mashed potatoes, lemon butter chicken with angel hair pasta, and shrimp and grits. What We’re Cooking for You This Week Tuesday, October 25 White chili with corn muffins. We make our own deeply flavorful stock, add some pork and chicken, a wonderful assortment of white beans, and a few veggies for giggles for a delicious alternative chili. A corn-fed country boy born in Iowa on October 23, 1925 and raised in Nebraska found his way to the promised land on a rising new medium called TV late in the 1950’s: John William Carson. Our friend Johnny started with Who Do You Trust? before moving to follow Jack Parr on The Tonight Show which premiered with him as host in 1962. We loved his fluffy, feathered turban he wore as the silly psychic Carnac the Magnificent. Most folks haven’t seen …