All posts tagged: shrimp and corn chowder

December 12, 2017 Weekly Menu

Hey friends, come join us at the table this week, we’d love to see you! We’ve got a great week of specials from Mrs. Clélie’s kitchen. Here’s what’s cooking just for you: overnight brisket with smashed potatoes, chicken carbonara pasta, and pulled pork sandwiches. We’ll also have shrimp and corn chowder available all week! An Announcement for Our Friends Dear friends, we want to thank you for your faithful patronage while we served lunches for three years. You have been and remain a wonderful blessing in our lives. In January 2018 we will discontinue lunch service at the shop on 828 Julia Street because we want to make some changes to our busy lifestyle by focusing our energies on catering. Thank you for joining us at the table, you have blessed our lives immeasurably, and we look forward to serving you these lunch days in December. God bless, and have a wonderful Advent and Christmas season. What We’re Cooking for You This Week For the weeks in December, we’ll only have the daily lunch specials and a soup offering available. This week we’ll …

October 31, 2017 Weekly Menu

Hey friends, we’re missed seeing you last week! We’ve got a great week of specials from Mrs. Clélie’s kitchen. Here’s what’s cooking just for you: chicken and dumplings, shrimp and corn chowder, and spaghetti with meatballs. We’ll have our very own Louisiana red bean soup available all week! What We’re Cooking for You This Week If you can’t make it for lunch, let us cook supper for you! Please give us a call at 267-4457, we’ll set aside some supper for you of our lunch special for the day, and you can pick it up at the shop after lunch service. Thanks to Tami Arender for this wonderful piece on Stone House Eats in “This Week in Louisiana Agriculture“! Tuesday, October 31, 2017 Chicken and dumplings with house salad and bread. These dumplings come seeded with herbs in a house-made stock and cream sauce, and there’s no more elegant and comforting way to celebrate this week with a sumptuous dish of house-made chicken and dumplings. Called Il Divino (The Divine One) by many of his contemporaries because of his obsessive commitment to …

Friday, August 4, 2017 at Arlette!

Hey friends, we’re making a special delivery to Arlette in Monroe on Friday, August 4, 2017! Please have a look below to see what you can order for pickup on Friday around noon. What We’re Bringing to Arlette! Please place your orders by emailing us at stonehouseeats@gmail.com with “Order” in the subject line. We’ll deliver your order to Arlette at 1603 N. 18th Street in Monroe on Friday, August 4. Orders must be received by 6:00pm on August 3 for delivery on August 4. Shrimp and Corn Chowder, $18.50/Quart Our shrimp and corn chowder is heavenly potion of potatoes, cream, shrimp, and seasonings that you won’t want to miss. Chicken and Pork Enchiladas, Personal, $6 | Small, $12 | Large, $36 We take flavorfully cooked chicken and pork, rolled in lightly fried corn tortillas, and add our very own deeply delicious house-made enchilada sauce to make a great dish. House-made Pimento Cheese, $7/Pint, $14/Quart Our very own pimento cheese — two kinds of cheeses, roasted red peppers, green onions, and homemade mayonnaise. Tarragon Chicken Salad, $8/Pint, $16/Quart …

November 21, 2016 Thanksgiving Week Menu

What do the Gettysburg Address, “Who shot J.R.?”, and turkey bombs have in common? Soup! They’re all here for our Thanksgiving week menu! Come join us for a great start to our Thanksgiving celebrations. Here’s what we’ve got cooking for you this week: Shrimp and corn chowder, spinach and artichoke soup, and Henry’s chili.  What We’re Cooking for You Thanksgiving Week Monday, November 21 Shrimp and corn chowder. Our shrimp and corn chowder is heavenly potion of potatoes, cream, and shrimp that you won’t want to miss on this chilly Monday — it’s a great way to start Thanksgiving week. On November 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln delivered one of the most brilliant and terse descriptions of the democratic ideal and vision. Apparently, Mr. Lincoln felt very unwell on the day of his train ride from Washington to Gettysburg, so his White House cook Alice Johnstone made a special potato chowder soup with biscuits and gravy on the side to send with him. We imagine the president, as he scribbled the now iconic words we know, “Four score and seven years ago, …