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Marvelous March!

Ahhh, March. One day we're wearing spring jackets, the next we're bundled up, riding out a blizzard.

This month's menu offers a combination of lighter fare, but still packs a few hearty, warm-up-from-the-insides options too.

March Menu
Small, medium and large size entrees available for delivery 3/2-27/16.

Bourbon Chicken with Basmati Rice 
Succulent boneless, skinless chicken thighs slow-cooked in our savory bourbon-soy-ginger glaze and served with a generous side of Basmati rice. $18-40

King Ranch Chicken Casserole
Tender, all-white chicken is layered with our made-from-scratch southwest cream sauce and corn tortillas, then topped with sharp cheddar cheese and Rotel-brand tomatoes and green chilies. $18-36


Zesty Baked Ziti with Creamy Ricotta Cheese
Italian sausage, garlic and onions are tossed in a tasty marinara sauce and perfectly cooked ziti pasta. We add dollps of creamy ricotta cheese and top it off with shredded Parmesan cheese and fresh Italian parsley. $15-37
 Cabbage Rolls (gluten free)
Cabbage Rolls
Seasoned ground beef and rice, rolled in cabbage leaves and covered in our tangy tomato sauce. We add a little sauerkraut to this traditional dish for some extra zing. $16-40




Crock Pot Kit: Guinness Beef Stew $28-36
Turn your kitchen into an Irish pub! This kit includes everything needed (except the slow cooker) to make a heaping pot of beef stew. Contains: Boneless beef stew meat, carrots, onions, celery, potatoes, turnips, beef broth and Guinness beer. $28-36



Spinach Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette
A family-sized salad featuring fresh baby spinach tossed with mandarin oranges, red onion and served with a side of Citrus Vinaigrette. $15


Chocolate Chip Blondie Bars
An 8x8" pan of butterscotchy blondie bars are the perfect end to any meal. $15


Order by midnight Sunday for delivery the following Wednesday.


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