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And The Winner Is….

February 15, 2015

Tuesday Lunch @ The Culinary CenterWe have a winner!
A winning new name, that is, for our
Tuesday lunches at The Culinary Center.
Are you ready?  Drum roll please…

“TUESDAY LUNCH”

That’s right, we decided to state the obvious, and make it loud and clear!  (It used to be “Tuesday Staff Lunch”!)  Thanks for all of your suggestions such as “Tasty Tuesdays” but especially this one —  “Come Eat Our Food on Tuesdays!”  Ha!  We appreciate the involvement and for that you will be rewarded (we’ll be contacting you with a special ‘thanks for playing’ prize).  (See what happens when you play with us?)

So, it’s official. We now invite you to join us each week for Tuesday Lunch at The Culinary Center of Kansas City. We serve from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

This week, Tuesday Lunch @ The Culinary Center will feature some old-fashioned “think of your Mom” comfort foods. But we’ll do these OUR way!  Enjoy!

“THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME” Menu
  (Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015)

CCKC’s Famous Tomato Cognac Soup
(We also carry this in our freezers because, well, if we didn’t, we would have trouble on our hands.) 

Gourmet Grilled Cheese Sandwich
(Come learn the “right way” to make grill cheese as our chefs will demonstrate to you.)

Crudite with Strawberry Balsamic Vinaigrette
(Crudite is fancy talk for fresh veggie sticks.) 

Lavender Pound Cake with Fruit Compote & Vanilla Bean Whipped Cream
(Come find out why they call it a “pound” cake – or if you know right now,
tell us via a comment to this post.  First one to do so will win a free lunch for two this Tuesday!)

Iced Tea or Coffee
All served With Our Usual Accompaniment….a Smile!

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3 comments

  1. pound cake was originally called that because the recipe called for a pound each of flour, sugar, butter and eggs!

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  2. Originally pound cake was made with a pound of each ingredient. That is a pound of butter, pound of sugar, pound of flour . . .

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  3. the name ‘pound cake’ came from the original recipe requiring 1 lb each of flour, sugar, butter and eggs!

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