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Senior menus

Hillsborough senior lunch menus, May 14-18

Monday: hot dog with bun, baked beans with tomato, mixed vegetables, mixed fruit cup

Tuesday: noodles Romanoff with chicken, green beans, carrot coins, graham crackers

Wednesday: sliced turkey ham, pineapple sauce, hot German potato salad, peas, pear cup

Thursday: baked chicken thigh with coq au vin sauce, herb mashed potatoes, country vegetable medley, pineapple cup

Friday: flame-broiled beef patty with brown gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli cuts, raisins

Call (813) 272-5160 for dining locations or (813) 272-5250 for delivery.

Hillsborough senior lunch menus, May 14-18 05/10/12 [Last modified: Friday, May 11, 2012 1:01pm]
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