Porches Thanksgiving Luncheon
November 22nd


Salad Plate
Spinach &
Strawberry Salad

Entrees
Creole Fried Catfish
Fried Fresh Gulf Oysters
Oven Roasted Turkey Breast
Baked Pit Ham, City Style
Ham & Turkey Combo Plate
Stockyards Choice Aged Ribeye
Blackened Catfish & Crawfish Cream
(Choose one item )

With
Corn Bread Dressing & Cranberry sauce  
 Sweet Potato Casserole   • Baked Potato Casserole
Broccoli & Cheese Casserole • Porches Hot Pineapple

(Choose two)

Our Homemade Yeast Rolls

Choice of Desserts
C
oconut Cake
Porches Bread Pudding with Almond sauce

Iced Tea & Coffee

Please note that we use PEANUT oil for frying.

Effective September 1st, 2009 we will no longer accept Debit or Credit Cards
However, we will gladly accept your personal check




Creole Fried Catfish
A large filet of Mississippi catfish, soaked in a buttermilk, Creole mustard  and seasonings.
Rolled in corn flour and deep fried in peanut oil to a golden brown
$ 17.95

Baked Pit Ham, City Style
A  Black Oak pit ham, scored and baked in Orange juice.
Finished with a Dijon mustard, brown sugar and gingersnap glaze.
$17.95

Oven Roasted Turkey Breast
A  lar4ge boneless turkey breast seasoned a slow roasted to a golden brow.
$18.95

Turkey & Ham Combo Plate
A serving of our turkey breast and a serving of our ham.
$1
8.95

Stockyards Choice Age  Ribeye
Our traditional cut of  21 day aged Choice rib loin, seasoned with Kosher salt and cracked
black. Pan seared in a cast iron skillet and finished to your preference in a superhot oven.
$24.95

Fried Fresh Gulf Oysters
Fresh gulf oysters lightly seasoned and rolled in corn flower.
Deep fried in peanut oil to a golden brown.
$ 19.95

Blackened Catfish with Creamy Crawfish sauce
A large filet of Mississippi farm raised catfish with a blackened seasoned and grilled .
Topped with a creamy crawfish sauce.
$  19.95

Children 12 & Under  
Any entrée – Childs Plate Half Price     Chicken Tenders & Fries  $6.95


Notice: Consuming raw or undercooked meat, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs*
may increase your risk of food borne illness
Porches
Traditional Southern Cooking
with an Imaginative Flair