Said the Limestone quarryman of France,
Doing the Northern Tier-Southern Tier dance,
"That Olean foliage, S'like Aged meat before spoliage,
Makes one think of the Cuisine of France."

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Orionid
tentative menu
10/22/12 thru 10/26/12
Mon.   Vegetarian Chili, French Canadian Split Pea Soup, Moroccan Carrot Salad,  Hummus Wraps, Baked Cavatappi and Aged Cheddar Au Gratin, Chocolate Ganache Cake, Gluten Free Fudge Brownies
Tues.   Vegetarian Chili, Spanish Potato-Chard-Bean Soup, Tom's Bulgar SaladMenu change - due to time constraints, the bulgar salad will be switched with the marinated tomato salad today. Look for the bulgar salad on Thurs., Hummus Wraps, Garden Panini, Caramel Apple Cheesecake
Wed.    Vegetarian Chili, Curried Pumpkin Soup, Mixed Grain and Grapefruit Salad, Hummus Wraps, Quesadillas, Whoopie Pies
Thurs.  Vegetarian Chili, Chinese Velvet Corn Soup, Za'atar Marinated Tomato Salad, Hummus Wraps,  Calzones, Black Bottom Cupcakes
Fri.       Vegetarian Chili, Herbed Carrot Soup, Black Bean Salad. Hummus Wraps, Artichoke Heroes

Music Menu
Beyond Cool

The low down on this week's menu -  As always, the menu is tentative. Produce deliveries, time constraints and mood swings all play a part. The beautiful chard we'll be chopping into the soup on Tuesday came from the Hamilton community farm. Quesadillas on Wednesday will probably be chipotle black bean, sweet potato if we have any, baby spinach and mixed cheeses. Our resident whoopie pie expert wants pumpkin-chocolate  chip whoopie pies this week. The marinated tomato salad might be switched with Tuesday's bulgar salad, depending on time available for prep. Calzones could be marinated artichoke heart and asiago.
News from the dark side - from my official source - 'Opus goes intellectual on the weekends:
Red Weather lit mag hosted a "Play With Words" session in Opus 1 on Saturday afternoon... poems abounded!  Next Sunday at 5pm in Opus 1 (yes, it'll be open!) WHCL presents Hamilton HUM live storytelling from students and community members.'
Last week's employee of the week was Nick. Nick can self direct.
Last week we shared one of our favorite recipes for Crumbobblious Cutlets.
Last week's plane of the week was the Mohawk River, between Canajoharie and The Noses.

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The work-a-day world takes its toll,
You may gasp for a grasp of the Whole,
To trade virulent clatters, for something that matters,
Put your hands on the shape of a bowl.


Personalities of the week: Steph and Sophie; Hands to work, hearts to God.