Eating & Dining
Thursday, 07 September 2017 17:24

Friday, Sept 8th Breakfast/Lunch Menu at CASC


The Friday Breakfast and lunch menu at Carl Albert State College is:


Breakfast - Scramble Eggs, Hash browns, Bacon, Biscuits & Gravy, waffles, French toast and fruits
Lunch - Salad Bar, Pizza, Fried fish, baked fish, Fried potatoes Beans, Cornbread, Turnip greens, Baked Potatoes.


Breakfast- served from 7am – 9:30 am
Lunch served from 11am – 1:30pm


No Dinner served on Friday evening.


All meals include a drink and dessert.


Open to the public

 

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Friday, 01 September 2017 17:56

Blueberry Cheesecake Cookies Recipe

 

2 boxes Jiffy blueberry muffin mix
4 oz cream cheese (softened)
1 stick butter (softened)
1/2 cup light brown sugar, firmly packed
2 eggs
1 1/2 c white chocolate chips

Cream together butter, cream cheese, and brown sugar. Add eggs one at a time until blended.
Combine muffin mix with the butter mixture and mix well. Fold in chocolate chips. Chill for at least 1 hour.
Pre-heat oven to 325o. Drop by tablespoonsful onto lightly greased cookie sheet, 2 inches apart. Bake for 14-15 minutes until edges just begin to brown.
Cool on cookie sheet 2 minutes before removing to wire racks. If you have any left, keep covered.

 

The Friday special at the Lumberjack Café is Smoked Brisket, Smoked Ribs, Smoked Bologna, Honey or Hot Wings, Cajun or Smoked Sausage (Choose 2 Meats)


Sides: Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Coleslaw, Rolls or Cornbread.


They also offer a full Breakfast and Lunch Menu served all day.


Save room for Homemade Dessert.


The Lumberjack Café in Howe Oklahoma is a great place to eat.


Open Monday through Saturday from 6:30 – 2:00pm.


The Lumberjack Café is located inside Ron’s Discount Lumber in Howe.

 

All for reasonable prices.


Carl Albert State College Lunch menu for Friday is:


Salad Bar, Pizza, Fried Fish, Baked Fish, Fried Potatoes, Beans and Sweet Cornbread, Turnip Green and baked potatoes

 

Carl Albert State College offers a great dining experience for everyone.


Did you know that Carl Albert State College All You Can Eat meals are open to the public?

 

Breakfast and Lunch will be served Monday through Friday and dinner served Monday through Thursday

 

Breakfast 7 am until 9:30 am

Lunch 11:30 am until 1:30 pm

Dinner 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm

 

CASC meals are inexpensive too. Look at these prices. (All meals include a drink and dessert too).

 

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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 18:19

Create Professional Looking Desserts

 

Dessert makes the perfect finishing touch to a special event. Hosts and hostesses frequently fret over which foods to serve at their parties, and that includes dessert.

 

But hosts won't need a professional pastry chef to serve some imaginative and impressive desserts. In fact, it's easy for even novice foodies to make their own delicious desserts.

 

* Invest in a star decorator's tip and pastry bag. There's no limit to what you can do with a simple pastry bag, icing and a decorative tip. Instead of slathering frosting on cupcakes, use the tip to pipe on individual stars or swirls so the cupcakes look dressed up. The same concept can be applied when baking a cake in a molded pan-and-pipe on the frosting to create the design. You can also use it to add a dab of homemade whipped cream to a serving plate aside a slice of pie. Get creative with your pastry tip and explore different possibilities.

 

* Make garnish sauces. Professional chefs understand that many people eat with their eyes. That means guests may be more inclined to "ooh and ahh" over desserts if they are presented in a special way. Take a cue from restaurants and garnish the plate prior to adding the dessert. Create simple sauces from cooked-down strawberries or raspberries with sugar and water. Or look to premade syrups. Grab that bottle of chocolate sauce and create a design on a dish and then place the dessert on top.

 

* Use leaves or flowers. In addition to sauces on the plate, you may want to add a few mint leaves or an edible flower to cleanse the palate. This adds a touch of class to the presentation and makes guests feel special.

 

* Create individual servings. A dessert served in an individual ramekin or tin can be a nice presentation in itself. Plus, guests may feel like you individually created each dessert with them in mind. Individual servings look and serve well, rather than having a larger dessert demolished by slices or scoops.

 

* Go for the wow factor. Certain desserts lend themselves to dramatic display. Creme brule or flambe desserts will catch attention. Simply lighting a meringue-topped pudding on fire for a few minutes also can create a memorable moment. Use a good-quality liqueur for fire-enhanced desserts, so the alcohol can burn off quickly and evenly.

 

* Embrace the use of fondant or gum paste. These pastry art materials are frequently used by professional pastry chefs. They're essentially a moldable dough made out of sugar. Fondant can be rolled to cover cakes, cut to turn into intricate shapes or hand-molded to be turned into figurines or other edible pieces. Just about any dessert can be enhanced with a fondant trinket. Make a flower or a heart out of fondant and lay it aside a slice of cake. Give in to a child's sense of whimsy by molding edible cartoon characters for them to enjoy at a birthday party. Fondant-covered petit fours may be delicious and eye-catching.

 

* Use cookie cutters to create different shapes. Instead of a standard layer cake, use cookie cutters to cut out cake pieces and then layer them with frosting in between. Think about baking a pie and cutting out a piece of the pre-baked top crust with a cookie cutter that gives a clue to the filling inside (i.e., an apple cutout for an apple pie). Place on top of the crust before baking.

 

Creating special desserts doesn't require much effort or any specialized skills.

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 18:09

Help Thompson Family go to Washington


U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe named Jody and Jeannie as Angels in Adoption honorees.


They have been invited to D.C. for three days of activities including a Congressional breakfast, tour of Congress and a Gala.


Transportation and lodging are not included.


So, a Chili pie fund raiser has been planned to help this wonderful family.


Come out on Wednesday August 30, 2017 at the parking lot at the Police Department (Drive thru only) from 11am until 1:30 pm. and help the Thompson family to this once in a lifetime opportunity!


On the menu is Frito chili pie, drink, fortune cookie, $7.00 a plate.


Orders of 5+ delivered in Poteau -fax orders no later than end of day on August 25 by calling 647-3209.


The Friday August 11th Lunch Special at the Lumberjack Café is Smoked Brisket, Smoked Ribs, Smoked Bologna, Honey or Hot Wings, Cajun or Smoked Sausage (Choose 2 Meats)


Sides: Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Coleslaw, Rolls or Cornbread.


Remember as always, the Lumberjack Café offers a full Breakfast and Lunch Menu.


Save room for Homemade Dessert.


The Lumberjack Café in Howe Oklahoma is a great place to eat.


Open Monday through Saturday from 6:30 – 2:00pm.


The Lumberjack Café is located inside Ron’s Discount Lumber in Howe.

 

 Carl Albert State College offers a great dining expierence for everyone

 

 

 

Did you know that Carl Albert State College All You Can Eat meals are open to the public?


Breakfast and Lunch will be served Monday through Friday and dinner will be added to the Monday through Thursday menu beginning August 14.

 

Breakfast 7am until 9:30 am.

 

Lunch 11:30 am until 1:30 pm

Dinner will be added Monday through Thursday to the menu beginning the week of August 14, 2017.

 

No dinner on Friday nights.

 

CASC meals are inexpensive too. Look at these prices. (All meals include a drink and dessert too).

 

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Saturday, 22 July 2017 04:58

CASC Menu July 31 - August 4

Did you know that Carl Albert State College All You Can Eat meals are open to the public? Well now you do. Breakfast and Lunch will be served Monday through Friday and dinner will be added to the Monday through Thursday menu beginning August 14.

Breakfast is served 7:00-9:30 and Lunch is served 11:30-1:30. Beginning August 14, dinner will be served 5:00-7:00.

CASC meals are inexpensive too. Look at these prices. (All meals include a drink and dessert too).

Prices Walk-in Customers Senior Citizens (55+)
Breakfast $6.65 $6.00
Lunch $7.35 $6.70
Dinner $7.95 $7.30
Salad bar only (no drink) $4.35 $4.05
10 meal card $70.00 $60.00
20 meal card $130.00 $110.00

Dessert included with meals

16 oz drink only $1.50                 12 oz coffee only $1.50

Steak night offered three times a semester for $9.30—dates to be announced

Each week, OKWNEWS will publish the CASC Campus Dining menu as a picture you can click to download then print if you'd like. Just right click the menu image below.

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