Monday, September 15, 2014

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Today in food history:

2011 Research from the University of Cambridge shows that fluctuations of serotonin levels in the brain, which often occur when someone hasn’t eaten or is stressed, affects brain regions that enable people to regulate anger.

Today is National Linguini Day

Could summer already be over? Wonder how many of you turned-on the furnace or fireplace this weekend? (we did)…

Something to warm you up: lunch today is our Turkey chili served with warm Jalapeño Cheddar Cornbread. Soup: Italian Spaghetti. Scones: Blueberry.

BLACKraspSCONES

We will post pictures later on our Facebook page the treats (as they come out of the oven) :-)

Friday, September 12, 2014

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Today in food history:

1818 Richard Jordan Gatling was born. Before inventing the Gatling Gun, he developed a machine for sowing rice, wheat, and other grains, and invented a steam plow.

National Chocolate Milkshake Day

Triple Decker Grilled Cheese

Triple Decker Grilled Cheese

Lunch special for today is Triple Decker bacon grilled-cheese with our Cream of Tomato & basil soup. Scones: Cranberry lemon.

The spaghetti Squash with meat sauce are ready in the take-come containers. :-)

Thursday, September 11, 2014

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Today in food history:

1851 Sylvester Graham died in Northampton, Massachusetts. He advocated vegetarianism, temperance and the use of coarse ground whole wheat (graham) flour. He developed the Graham cracker in 1829.

National Hot Cross Bun Day

Focaccia Pizza... yum!

Focaccia Pizza… yum!

We’re making our Focaccia today! Drop by for our Pizza lunch combo special. Choice of Bacon or Olive Feta pizza, served with salad. You can also purchase quarter sheets. Soup: Curry Veggie Lentil (it has a bit of bite to it!). Scones: Raspberry Chocolate.

Our farmer Ross delivered some Spaghetti Squash yesterday. We’re making some baked spaghetti squash with our meat sauce. These will be available in our to-go meal containers.

Saturday’s breakfast will be something new: Sausage frittata with herbed bechamel cream sauce, duck fat roasted potatoes and toasted French baguette.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

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Today in food history:

1855 Robert Koldewey was born (died Feb 4, 1925). A German archaeologist who discovered and confirmed the existence and location of the ancient Hanging Gardens of Babylon (excavations 1899-1917).

Today is National Hot Dog Day

We love, love making pulled pork.

We love, love making pulled pork.

Lunch special for today: Pulled pork, served with our coleslaw. Scones: Strawberry.

Nothing says good morning like a fresh out of the oven strawberry scone!

Nothing says good morning like a fresh out of the oven strawberry scone!