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 Post subject: Thursday June 2nd
New postPosted: June 2nd, 2011, 7:20 am 
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Location: 125 Camp Street
I'm taking the turkey and roast beef off the menu until Autumn. (Can't give up the roasted pork or brisket!!) I've added 5 new wraps, available every weekday. There will also be 6oz burger specials daily. I'm getting most of the produce from Crescent City Farmers Market or my own garden!
Two soups today - Gazpacho, which comes with a slice of Red Gravy's Garlic Bread. I'm also making a watermelon soup, served with zucchini and feta fritters.
Bruschetta and Fresh Mozzarella Burger.
Cool ziti primavera with grilled chicken and ricotta salata.
I also made pecan tarts, lemon shortbread bars and blueberry cheese turnovers.

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561-8844 or 561-8822
http://www.RedGravyCafe.Com


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