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Order TGIF Lunches from Five Fifty Or So
Locally sourced. Enthusiastically prepared.
Through April only, celebrate the almost-weekend every Friday with home-cooked gluten-free meals from Five Fifty Or So! $10 a head. Bring your own eating utensils as meals will be served homestyle from the cook's own pots brought to the HUB. Payment due in full with a %5 discount by Wednesday, April 2, or each Wednesday throughout the month. Feel free to take your lunch to-go by bringing appropriate tupperware.
(4/5) Hearty Frou Frou Chilli -- Assortment of lentils, black beans, pintos, fresh tomatoes from Global Growers Farms, smoked chili peppers; Side: Gluten-free cornbread
(4/12) Red Beans and Rice -- Maddeningly thick stew, cayenne, white rice; Side: Celery Root Remoulade -- slaw made from fresh celery root
(4/19) Black-eyed Pea Goan Curry -- coconut milk, tomatoes, honey, vinegar; Side: Sauteed local greens with pancetta.
(4/26) Pesto Lentil Salad -- Beluga lentils, fresh mint pesto, spring onions, yogurt; Side: Millet-Quinoa pilaf-- tossed with vinaigrette, roasted nuts, dried fruit
When & Where
Five Fifty Or So
Initiated as the result of a personal recession, Five Fifty Or So was brought into being by Cara McMurry, a young Virginian-in-the-A who would like to spend her time filling your plates with delightfully concocted consumptions. From gluten-free fritters, to hearty chillis, to honey-sweetened noms, she has developed some creative takes on stand-bys in addition to her own food brain children. Cara grew up on a farm where the difference between the grocery store and the garden was one of quality. In addition to flavor enhancement, Cara is interested in agriculture, nurition, food-disparities, and social stratification. For this reason much of the food you order from Five Fifty is prepared with the best quality and highest ethical principles in mind. She also has some issues with wheat and dairy, gastrologically speaking, so you'll see her menu is entirely gluten-free and occasionally dairy-free. Let's face it, dairy is the bomb; it's hard to by-pass it.
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