We’re Trying Something New for Delivery this Week! Menu #12

What a busy, wonderful, stormy, sultry week!   During a hail storm we BBQ’d some Tico (Costa Rican) chicken – if you think you’d like some of this let me know and I’ll put it on the menu.   I whip up a Bleu Cheese or Ranch dressing to go with it – just trust me!!  I have been asked several times about service for 4 so I’m doing it.  I’m not really set up with perfect disposables (as most of you know) – I don’t believe in disposables if it can be helped, and I’ll take back any aluminum you wish to give me!  But we can make do with what I have if you just want service for 4 on the entrees.

Click this MENU to check out Lula’s other offerings this week. We’re lightening things up in the face of HEAT and HUMIDITY.  Our Zucchini Cilantro Soup is always a big hit – creamy with tangy yogurt – you can serve it cold for a wow factor if you want!  It won’t look like the picture below, but again, it will TASTE like the picture below (minus the Ancho Shrimp garnish!)  We also are offering Piccata‘s in two forms, and refreshing Truffled Egg Salad.   If your office or your family needs sustenance, you can’t get it from a safer place.  I want to thank YOU from the bottom of my heart for giving me something tangible to labor over and get my zen on again this week!!
Don’t forget, it’s only me folks, THESE TWO HANDS along with my 90% isopropyl alcohol, and my bleach…and if you want, my mask, and my gloves too!  If you’re wondering how you can help battle this pandemic, don’t worry – I’m helping for you – every time you order a portion of the proceeds goes to Charity – we’re feeding the volunteers at Master Provisions this week.  With, in, and for love – Lula!

A Note From Chef Lori
lori@Lulasforlunch.com ; 859-360-0251

To entice you, here’s how we present our Zucchini Cilantro Soup in party form! Click Menu to see the rest! Click here to visit our website!

Lula’s 1st Summer (can you BELIEVE IT?!?!?) Corona Delivery Menu #11

THANK YOU for a Memorial Day sellout!  The pig is especially unctuous this year!  This week I’m hoping to make you drool at the prospect of some good ole’ Creole Shrimp ‘n Grits (they won’t look like this but they’ll TASTE like this! 🙂  I have also been begged to bring back the Chorizo Quiche so, WELL OK!

Click this MENU to check out Lula’s other offerings this week.  We have an amazing new Meatball Casserole that just oozes (kinda like the grits) comfort. If your office or your family needs sustenance, you can’t get it from a safer place.  I want to thank YOU from the bottom of my heart for giving me something tangible to labor over and get my zen on again this week!!
Don’t forget, it’s only me folks, THESE TWO HANDS along with my 90% isopropyl alcohol, and my bleach…and if you want, my mask, and my gloves too!  If you’re wondering how you can help battle this pandemic, don’t worry – I’m helping for you – every time you order a portion of the proceeds goes to families in need!  The Women’s Crisis Center will benefit from your orders again this week.  With, in, and for love – Lula!

A Note From Chef Lori
lori@Lulasforlunch.com ; 859-360-0251

It’s BAAAAACK!  You begged for it – you got it!  Our Chorizo & Pepper Quiche.  Click here: Menu to see the rest!

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Lula’s Memorial Day Meal Delivery (or Pick Up!) Menu Corona Love Week 10

Well, I said I was going to take a week off and I got absolutely NOTHING done (which is not a bad thing), and all I could think of was next week’s menu.  I got myself excited about BBQ and so there you have it.  We are lovin’ up on some Pork Shoulder (MANY pork shoulders!) and all the fixins’ so all you have to do is kick back and sip a cool one.
Click this MENU to check out Lula’s southern take on Memorial Day. If your office or your family needs sustenance, you can’t get it from a safer place.  I want to thank YOU from the bottom of my heart for giving me something tangible to labor over and get my zen on again this week!!

Don’t forget, it’s only me folks, THESE TWO HANDS along with my 90% isopropyl alcohol, and my bleach…and if you want, my mask, and my gloves too!  If you’re wondering how you can help battle this pandemic, don’t worry – I’m helping for you – every time you order a portion of the proceeds goes to families in need!   Last time The Women’s Crisis Center enjoyed some delicious Poppyseed Chicken Casserole!  With, in, and for love – Lula!

A Note From Chef Lori
lori@Lulasforlunch.com ; 859-360-0251

This is a closeup of our Adult Mac  ‘n Cheese (with 6 cheese and a crunchy topping) …it’s on the Menu this week. You can choose this or a Loaded Baked Potato Salad to go with your Southern Green Beans and Daddy’s Cole Slaw!

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Eco Info Part 4 of 6! – Compostable

Compostable materials disintegrate into natural elements in a compost environment, and make OUTSTANDING soil mixer for your garden.   Commercial composting facilities use ideal amounts of sunlight, temperature, and moisture to create an environment that rapidly breaks down materials.   My dad and mom were the original composters.  We had a huge area behind our “cottage” in the back yard, with  3 walls, and daddy would stir it around every few days (I’m talking a mound so big kids couldn’t climb it).  On our kitchen counter, on a paper towel, were ALWAYS eggshells, banana peels etc to get dumped every day in that compost heap.  Then daddy would take the finished compost and use it in our huge garden, where we had fresh vegetables growing 9 months out of the year.

When I was about 30 or so, I found a cute ceramic countertop compost “bin” for their kitchen and it was a Christmas present.  Probably the best thing I ever got them – they loved it.  No more uglies on the counter!  When they came down in price I bought stainless ones for practically the whole family.  Above is a picture of Lula’s Catering ‘s Compost Bin.

Always check the materials your composting facility accepts before sending your waste.  Go green by requesting a composting bin from your local facility – some places provide them for free!