A Classic BBQ Roast For Papa at Casa Grande or it can also be one that leaves you tired and wanting more. This is largely dependent on your appetite, the time of day, and what you are hoping to get out of your meal. The amount of food you end up eating will obviously depend on your willingness to try new things and your ability to restrain yourself. A typical night at Casa Roces would start off with a special three-course ‘Grandma’s Chicken Recipes’ (normally prepared by one of the sisters) followed by an equally generous spread of prime rib, steaks, filet mignon, prime rib, and plump steak, all served on their own respective sides. This is followed by an open bar, which is opened until late, during which time you may choose to enjoy a small glass of wine before enjoying your meal.
You could also opt to have a short break in between meals and order in one of the tempting desserts, such as pound cake or lemon tarts. If you’d like your meal to be more substantial you could try some lighter cuts of meat, such as lamb. Your Papua chef will be able to help you make your selections based on your likes and dislikes, ensuring that you come back for more next time.
Most people love Classic BBQ Roast, and while it is not usually one of the traditional foods on offer at a typical lunch buffet, it does make an excellent, and fairly inexpensive, main course. You can always order another chicken dish like fish or lamb, but if you’re looking for something a little more substantial you might try a beef stew, curry, or even a roasted chicken. For an entree, you could try one of the vegetarian dishes like roasted potatoes or chickpeas or opt for a lighter and less filling pasta choice like pizza. With a full dinner menu like this, you can almost guarantee that someone will want to take home the leftovers, and the cost isn’t too high considering what you get for your money.
One of the most popular dishes on the menu is the lamb. The traditional cut is the neck roast, but if you’re looking to inject some glamour into your dinner a nice cut of the brisket should work well too. A tip from the great papa chef of America is to choose a nice cut of brisket marinated in soy sauce and grilled until it’s nice and soft – a process which is a bit different from the traditional process. But either cut will work well. Serve the lamb with fresh parsley, some crisp celery, and lemon wedges. If you have the time, why not cook some corn and rice for an accompanying side dish?
A traditional Sunday brunch is one of the most popular treats for families on holiday to Grandma’s house. A typical menu would include fried chicken, boiled potatoes, eggs, hash browns, grits, toast, and bacon rashes. This is also a good day to introduce new members of the family to the fun of grilling outdoors. Some people may question whether a traditional brunch is the best way to enjoy a day outdoors, but I can assure you that a cooked chicken, boiled potatoes, and hash browns served with locally caught fresh Southern Bluefish, sweet potatoes, locally caught salmon and whitefish is about the best combination for a happy family outing.
Dessert for lunch is always a favorite. A warm bowl of cobbler, peach cobbler or fresh fruit salad with peaches is a nice change of pace from your meal, especially if you eat at lunchtime. Dessert for afternoon tea is an apple dessert or a crumble cake topped with fresh fruit.
Dessert for dinner is always a long-standing favorite. A good dessert is any of the fried chicken that has been prepared the night before. Fried turkey, spare ribs, Classic BBQ Roast, or chicken salad are also favorites. A traditional Sunday brunch includes a French dip, grits, candied yams, hash browns, and plum pudding. Any of these can be dressed up a little bit for an interesting afternoon tea party.
In the case of lunch, Papa Renta’s menu offers such choices as a vegetarian platter, tossed salad with mixed greens, black bean tortilla soup, and a tossed salad with salsa, grilled tortilla chips, and corn on the cob. A Hawaiian plate lunch includes a beef and pineapple plate, with pickled pork and mangoes, and Hawaiian rolls, brittle rice, and miso soup. The lunch offerings change seasonally, so it’s not difficult to find something that will work for your lunch date. A traditional dinner for two includes a vegetable dish, soup or stew, a baked potato, salad, and a dessert.