Wednesday, May 30, 2012

It's gluten free! It's vegan! It's the newest menu from your favorite personal chef, for delivery to Boston and environs Tuesday, June 5!

Hello hello!

Can you believe it is almost June? This year has just been flying by! Let's take a little time this week to breathe deeply, relax, and re-center before we dive headfirst into summer. And what better way to take a break than to let me do all your cooking for you?

This wonderful new menu takes advantage of spring's bounty. I am so excited to bring you some favorite dishes and some brand new ones too! I'll deliver these delectable treats on Tuesday, June 5. Please try to have orders in by the end of Sunday night, though I also do my very best to accommodate orders that come in right through Monday!

Speaking of June 5, that is World Environment Day! Let's all do a little bit to help clean up the environment, whether it's to take the T, recycle more, or something really simple like letting me bring you lots of delicious, fresh, vegan treats (and then returning the containers for re-use.)

Looking forward to seeing everyone very soon!

Much love,
Chef Mary



Spinach and Asparagus Soup! Mostly pureed, but with a few beautiful asparagus tips left whole. With a swirl of cultured cashew cream. So springy! So green! So delicious! (Yes, it can easily be nut free. Yes, a raw option will be available on request.) $8


Everyone's favorite! Black bean patties with sweet potato fries and homemade spicy ketchup. Served on brown rice "buns." $12

Raw "Mock Tuna" Salad: A delicately flavored pate of sprouted sunflower seeds with mild dulse seaweed, crunchy celery, carrots, cucumbers, and herbs over fresh greens. It doesn't taste fishy, I promise. It's just seasoned with a lot of the traditional tuna salad fixins. And it is so good you will swoon! $12

Baked plantain chips, served with a cumin and chili seasoned cheesy dip! Why is the sauce so darn creamy and delicious? Is it because of the cashews, veggies, and protein-rich nutritional yeast? Or maybe it's just magic! $11

Sesame Seaweed Salad with brown rice. The best comfort food! $10


Individual Raw Poppy Seed Tartlet in an Orange-Walnut Crust. $9

Cranberry Almond Muffins. Local cranberries from the Stash! $10 half dozen, $18 dozen

Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Cups. Yums! Raw version will be available on request. $7 for a trio


As always, everything is made from scratch. I do not use wheat or other gluten-containing grains. I do not use peanuts or soy. I do not use any GMO ingredients. I do use non-gluten grains, nuts, seeds, beans, cold-pressed oils, and fresh fruits and vegetables. I use local and/or organic ingredients when possible.

Please let me know before ordering if you have any allergies, sensitivities, or other special dietary needs! (Yes, even if they're listed below. I like to be super extra careful!)

Special dietary considerations:

GARLIC: None in the seaweed salad or bakery items. I can make a garlic-free batch of the soup and/or the mock tuna. There's a little in the cheesy dip and bean patties. Nothing is super crazy garlicky this week.
CASHEWS: Present in the cheesy dip. Can easily be omitted from the soup.
SUNFLOWER SEEDS: Present in the mock tuna.
SESAME: Present in the seaweed salad.
ALMONDS: Present in the mock tuna, muffins, and almond butter cups.
WALNUTS: In the crust of the tartlets.
CHOCOLATE: Only in the almond butter cups.
RAW: Choose the raw version of the soup, the mock tuna (I promise it doesn't taste fishy!), poppy seed tartlet, and raw version of chocolate almond butter cups.
ACD: Choose the fruit-sweetened tartlets or any of the savories, especially soup and mock tuna, but all work!
SCD: Choose soup, mock tuna, plantains and dip, tartlets, and the almond butter cups if you tolerate chocolate.

Thanks so much for ordering, and for returning containers in good condition for re-use!

See you soon!

Much love,
Chef Mary

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