Thursday, May 10, 2012

A fantabulous new menu for delivery from your favorite GF vegan personal chef!

Hello hello!

May is an exciting time for foodies as more and more local produce becomes available to us, and we turn to refreshing, veggie-filled dishes. We all start to eat more salads and more cooling foods as the weather heats up (and as it gets more humid as it has been this week.) I am especially excited to be able to bring you fresh local asparagus and ramps this week! Yum!

Some of you are gearing up for graduations and end of year celebrations, whether for your own studies or those of your students or your family members. Congratulations! This is such a busy time that it is the the perfect moment to get a little help with meal preparation. Here I am to save the day! Here's a fantabulous new menu to help you get through the end of the school year crunch time!

Please place orders by Sunday night for delivery on Tuesday, May 15.

Looking forward to seeing you all soon!

Much love,
Chef Mary



Southwestern black bean soup $8


Asparagus quinoa salad with a brightly flavored ramp pesto vinaigrette. With crunchy pepitas on top! $12

Green hummus! Our delectable raw hummus takes a fresh springy turn with broccoli, zucchini, and a pinch of cumin blended right in. With crunchy veggies to dip! $11

Lasagna with sauteed crimini mushrooms, red sauce, cashew ricotta, and GF brown rice pasta of course. Baked to bubbly perfection. Scrumptious! $12

Acorn Squash stuffed with Dirty Rice! You asked for it, so I brought it back. Long grain brown rice mixed with veggies, seasonings, and rice-oat crumbles, stuffed into a baked acorn squash half for a very satisfying, energizing meal! $12


Morning Glory Muffins! Carrots, Fruits, Nuts, Spices, these muffins have it all! (I can make some tree nut free on request, but they will contain coconut!) $10 half dozen, $18 dozen

Raw sweet potato mousse. Sweet potatoes, dates, nuts, and delicious spices combine to make this an amazing, healthy, and vitamin-rich treat! Note: yes, you can eat sweet potatoes raw! They may look a lot like potatoes, but they are not closely related and do not contain the compounds that make regular potatoes unwise to eat raw. Enjoy! $9

I Can't Believe They're Raw Onion Rolls. Great as a side with the green hummus or to sop up the last of your soup, these little rolls are nourishing, filling, and very rich in healthy fiber. They look, taste, and even feel a lot like baked rolls, but they really are 100% raw! $8


As always, the vast majority of my ingredients are organic and/or local. I use fresh ingredients, free of meat, egg, dairy, soy, peanut, wheat, and gluten. I DO use nuts and seeds. Please let me know if you have any food allergies or sensitivities!

It helps me and the Earth if you return containers and ice packs after you are finished with them.

Thank you so much! I look forward to seeing you all soon!

Here's a rundown of some specific sensitivities and preferences. More allergies exist than these, of course, so please remind me of yours!


GARLIC: Soup, lasagna, dirty rice, and raw onion bread contain some garlic.

CASHEWS: Present in lasagna.

TREE NUTS: Lasagna, raw onion rolls, and sweet potato souffle contain nuts. Muffins can be nut free on request.

SUNFLOWER SEEDS: Not present this week. There is SESAME in the hummus, though!

CHOCOLATE: Not present this week.

RAW: Onion bread, hummus, and sweet potato mousse are all raw! I can also make an awesome raw version of the asparagus salad, with extra veggies and seeds instead of the quinoa.

ACD: Muffins contain some refined sugar, but nothing else does. Sweet potato mousse is sweetened with fruit, not refined sugar; use your own judgment. Everything else is suitable for stage 2 and beyond!

SCD: Grains or pseudograins are present in morning glory muffins, quinoa asparagus salad, lasagna, and dirty rice. Not present in anything else!


Thanks so much for reading all the way to the bottom!
Chef Mary

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