Shouldn’t this be called non-leap year?

Menus for the week of February 29th

You know, when you think about it, every other year leaps over this hidden easter-egg of a day, so why do we call this the leap year? I mean, wikipedia has a semi-reasonable answer to that question, but I’d prefer to just speculate…

Here’s what we’ve got planned for this week:

  • Monday celebrates manual corrections to the Gregorian calendar.
  • Tuesday weaves through the streets of Bangkok, picking up a bite to eat along the way
  • Wednesday pays our debt to Alice Waters
  • Thursday heaps on the grits in Hot-lanta
  • Friday celebrates the magical cooking element of the Sauce

This is a leap-letter, so I’m leaping over the closing paragraph.

Stop in, say hello, grab a bite to eat.


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Here were some of the highlights from last week:

Braised Duck Leg with Prunes. Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Tahini Vinaigrette. Wild Rice Salad with Chopped Arugula.
(served last Tuesday)

Big Beautiful Buttermilk Biscuits. Old Fashioned Coleslaw. Dirty Beans- Green Bell Peppers, Mushrooms & Red Onions. Apple, Golden Raisin, Celery & Escarole Salad.
(served last Friday)

Beef Pot Roast with Orange & Herbs. Garlicky Yellow Polenta. Triple Citrus Salad- Cara Cara Oranges, Blood Oranges & Pomelo with Fried Rosemary Salsa.
(Served last Thursday)