Lunch is served at Central from 11:45 – 1:00 pm each Wednesday in our downstairs dining room. All are welcome!
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Suggested donation: $7 (although no one is turned away for lack of funds.)
Menu January 28, 2015
Creamy Corn Soup
Kale Soup with Ham (veggie option available)
Have you ever had Anadama bread? It’s a traditional dark yeast bread from New England. Hank Shaw (from http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/anadama_bread) shares some insight:
“My mum was never much of a baker, but she used to tell us about a bread she loved back at home on the North Shore of Massachusetts called, oddly, anadama bread. Apparently the old tale is that Anna was a fisherman’s wife who fed her beau little more than cornmeal porridge sweetened with molasses. One day, so the story goes, the fisherman came home, added some flour and yeast to the mush and tossed it in the oven to make bread – all the while muttering, “Anna, damn her!”
“Obviously this is an apocryphal story, but the bread – based on cornmeal and molasses – dates back to Cape Ann, Massachusetts, in the early part of the 20th century. It is a dense, dark bread, a little sweet from the molasses, and it is very, very good with butter and cinnamon. Serve it hot, and then later as toast.”