Thursday, March 1, 2012

Happy March! A springlike new menu for delivery Tuesday, 3/6

Happy March, everyone!

They say that March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb. Today's weather supports that old saying! It's a chilly, grey, damp kind of day as I write this.

That lion inspired this week's menu! This week, we will celebrate flavors with assertive personalities to chase away the chill! As a bonus, Earnest's birthday is coming up soon, so I thought I'd throw in a few of his favorites for good measure.

Please order by Sunday night for delivery on Tuesday afternoon, March 6.

Thank you, and enjoy!

Much love,
Chef Mary



Curried winter squash soup. Just the thing for a blustery day! $8


Poutine! This Canadian comfort food gets a delicious vegan update. Roasted potato and sweet potato wedges, served with an herbed mushroom gravy and cashew mozzarella. The gravy and "cheese" will be packed in separate containers of course, so you can heat them up and enjoy them without a hint of sogginess! $11

Burritos! Handmade gluten free flour tortillas, stuffed with sweet potatoes, herbed rice, and vegan refried beans. Served with a side of locally made Alex's Ugly Sauce. (Note: the Ugly Sauce contains honey. Read all about it here! $11

Quinoa Salad with Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette, with winter kohlrabi and other farmer's market treasures. Served with Earnest's favorite Maple Cayenne Walnuts. Yum! $12

Dirty Rice: Brown basmati rice mixed with lots of colorful veggies, spices, and homemade rice-oat crumbles. Stuffed into a roasted acorn squash half. $12


The best Apple Crisp you've ever had! The topping is made with sliced almonds and certified gluten free oats. The apples are local and delicious. Served with Maple Cinnamon Cashew Creme on the side. $8

Mexican Hot Chocolate Muffins! Chocolate chips, cinnamon, and the lightest kiss of spicy chilis make these muffins irresistible! $10 half dozen, $18 dozen


Whenever possible, ingredients are organic and/or local. If you have a question about a dish or an ingredient, please ask!

All dishes are made from scratch and are vegan, so they are naturally free of common allergens fish, shellfish, dairy, and egg. I specify any dish that contains honey. I do not use soy, peanuts, wheat, or other gluten containing grains. I DO use tree nuts and seeds, and naturally gluten free whole grains. I am extremely careful about cross-contamination of potentially allergenic ingredients! If you have any kind of allergy or sensitivity, please let me know!

It helps me and Mother Earth if you return the containers when you are finished with them.

Thank you so much!

Much love,
Chef Mary

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