All posts tagged: vegetarian lasagna

How I Love Thee, Lasagna

“Lasagna, lasagna, lasagna, how I love thee lasagna! How sweet a name for such beautiful food!” Fresh pasta veggie lasagna served today, and don’t forget the beguiling shrimp and salmon dance tomorrow! Hope to see you soon! What We’re Cooking for You Guess What! We open on Mondays for lunch! Thursday, June 25 Lasagna, house salad, & garlic bread. S.H.E. vegetarian lasagna comes with house made noodles and house made ricotta cheese with spinach pesto swimming in a béchamel sauce with lots of fresh veggies like tomatoes, zucchini, and broccoli, with a few mushroom lifeguards. Lasagna is the pasta lovers ice cream sandwich, just layers of saucy love. Barry White sang about this kind of love, “I can’t get enough of your love, baby! Hey lasagna, I don’t know why, I don’t know why, I can’t get enough of your love, baby.” Friday, June 26 — Salmon & Shrimp Dance! Salmon croquettes with an artichoke cream sauce and a fresh roasted vegetable medley. In Dumb and Dumber, Lloyd explained to Harry that he wanted “Some place warm, a place where the beer flows like …

June 22, 2015 Menu

Monday’s here, and we’re now open for lunch! We’ve got some wonderfully delicious food cooked just for you this week: red beans & rice, fried chicken tenders, pulled pork sandwiches  vegetarian lasagna, barbecued shrimp stuffed po-boys, and salmon croquettes. Come on down you’re the next contestant! What We’re Cooking for You This Week Guess What! It’s Monday, June 22, and we’re now open for lunch! We hope you share our excitement! Monday, June 22  Louisiana red beans & rice with S.H.E. bread. The Monday standard has arrived in our red beans and rice. Watch out, it’s a great way to get started on the week. Well, the stories behind songs invariably challenge our easy realities. Dennis Linde wrote the original “Calling Baton Rouge,” and it was recorded by a few artists before Garth Brooks. Garth (we know him well) had “an experience” in Louisiana and decided to record the song. His “experience” was with food, not a “strange combination of a woman and a child.” So, he originally sang, “Operator won’t you put me on through I gotta’ make my order down to …