Come In for Lunch
Did you know we serve food? We do! We're Cupcakes Bakery & Deli, after all.
We'd love for you to come in for lunch and enjoy a sandwich before dessert. I enjoy food that's the size of my head so we make delicious sandwiches that take up a whole plate. For the daintier eaters, our sands are big enough for two.
Hot or cold, our sandwiches are made to order and to delight.
In addition to making sandwiches daily, we have delectable BBQ Chicken Thigh and/or Pork Riblet platters. We want to be sure you're fully fed - meal and dessert.
Beef Brisket is available periodically.
We have Soul Food options and great sides. 🤤
We serve up collard greens, cornbread, Mac & Cheese and red beans and rice. Oh, and potato salad. Milli makes everything in the shop ... it's truly homemade.
If those sides don't suit your fancy, we have jojos, fries and onion rings (call for availability).
And last, but certainly not least ... you can get fried catfish, breaded and seasoned in house. 🤤🤤🤤
The catfish goes fast so please call ahead to order.
See you soon!
Posted by Zari
This is slow-cooked pork butt. Hehehe ... that makes me laugh. Wish you could smell it.
Yasss, it's going down at Cupcakes Bakery & Deli this week! I guess summer has everyone wanting BBQ so we're giving you what you want. There's also beef brisket cooking right now, too. 😀
We're serving up pulled pork sandwiches, rice and beans, potato salad, cole slaw, mac & cheese, collard greens, black-eyed peas ... all that. The brisket is one of the choices on the soul food platter. Check out our Uber Eats menu for details.
And don't forget the cupcakes. We've got Boston Cream, Red Velvet, Just Plain Vanilla, Double Chocolate - which can be turned into Triple Chocolate by adding chocolate sprinkles and syrup - and Dr. Pepper (one of my personal faves).
Does any of this sound tasty to you? Just curious.
Happy New Year 2018!
Generally the day before New Year’s Eve in the kitchen pots are clanging and pans are banging in preparation of The Good Luck Feast, and dishes that represent Southern tradition are on my New Year’s Day menu. Many of the recipes have been passed down from generation to generation. Over the years variations have been tried and the rivalry between family members to show off their own culinary expertise has brought some very interesting results.
The soul food that shared centers around a love of food and family, memories of those gone before us and a rich cultural heritage. There are some staples of the New Year’s feast that a down-home cook must always include to guarantee a year of prosperity and much-deserved accolades.
Whether you believe in “peas for pennies, greens for dollars or bread for gold,” as good luck in the new year or not, these dishes are sure to afford you some mighty good eating.
Wishing You and Yours A Blessed (prosperous) 2018!
12oz package dry black-eyed peas
2-3 meaty ham hocks
½ c red bell pepper diced
½ c green bell pepper diced
¾ c onion diced
1 stalk celery chopped
2 cloves garlic crushed
2 tsps. Turmeric
½ tsp cayenne pepper
Salt & pepper to taste
Cover beans in water and soak overnight. Drain and sort. In a dutch oven saute vegetables with spices, add ham hocks, cover with water. Cook meat ½ hour add beans cook until meat is tender. Check beans occasionally you may need to add more hot water. Approximately 2 ½ to 3 hours. May be cooked in a crockpot overnight. You may use frozen beans. Cook meat thoroughly before adding beans.
Tip: when cooking beans & greens add ½ to 1 tsp baking soda to the boiling pot. It'll foam for a few minutes releasing gases that can cause discomfort to sensitive digestive systems. 😊