Wednesday, November 20, 2013

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TODAY’S TIDBIT: STUFFING in the middle ages was known as farce, from the Latin farcire (and French farcir) meaning to stuff. The term stuffing first appears in English print in 1538. After 1880, it seems the term stuffing did not appeal to the propriety of the Victorian upper crust, who began referring to it as dressing. Now stuffing and dressing are used interchangeably.

Beef Barley Soup 3.25

• Turkey, Bacon, tomato, Guacamole, lettuce, ranch in a wrap 6.79

• Ham & Cheese, LTM on a roll & Cup of Soup 6.99

• Chicken Salad, BLT on a roll 6.49

• Turkey Stuffer on a hard roll 6.29

• Chicken Cutlet, Broccoli, Cheddar with ranch on a roll 6.79

• Roast beef, Swiss, Cole Slaw, Russian dressing on a roll 6.49

• Buffalo Chicken over greens, with cheese, tomato and bacon 6.99

Also Available: Tuna-mac Cole Slaw
Potato Salad Macaroni Salad Rice Pudding
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