The Defending Champions face fierce competition at next week’s Super Bowl….. …..well, the Super Bowl of food that is!

On Tuesday and Wednesday, January 29 & 30, teams from 24 different countries will face off in the Bocuse D’Or, the most prestigious cooking competition in the world….sorry, Hell’s Kitchen, Top Chef, Chopped, Worst Cook in America…but this one is the Olympics and Super Bowl combined! Team USA won the Gold Medal in the last […]

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Soups of the Week! All Ready-to-Eat: 1. Organic Green Spring Garlic Soup (Yes, Spring Green Garlic is now in Season!); 2. South Carolina She Crab Soup; 3. Split Pea Soup

We are offering several Ready-to-Eat Soups this week. These will last for 7 days, or 6 months if frozen. Each soup is 32oz. and will serve between 2-4 people. Simply reheat stovetop or in the microwave and serve. This week’s soups include: Organic Green Spring Garlic Soup (Yes, Spring Green Garlic is now in Season!) […]

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Coq au Vin (Wine Braised Chicken)

This classic French dish was traditionally made with Roosters or Hens. Now, roosters, or any poultry or animal several years in age, tend to be rather tough. The wine marinade is used to tenderize this meat, similar to the beef in the similar Boeuf Bourguignon. This dish is now more commonly serve chicken thighs, which […]

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The Germans do not like Transglutaminase…Nein!

It is with a heavy heart we are informing you of a German research study that has connected the enzyme transglutaminase to Celiac Disease. The conclusion of researchers at the Aesu.Kipp Institute in Germany believe the ‘disease’ may be a reaction to the food additive, which are confused with our own gluten enzymes and attacked […]

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More Soup! All Ready-to-Eat: Chicken Soup with Dumplings, Lobster Bisque, Lentils du Puy with Sweet Potato, Cream of Cauliflower, Cream of Mushroom, Borscht

We are finishing off the week with several more Ready-to-Eat Soups for Wednesday or Thursday delivery. Each soup is 32oz. and will serve between 2-4 people. Simply reheat stovetop or in the microwave and serve. The 4 types of soup include: Chicken Soup with Dumplings Amish Raised Chicken, Pate au Choux Dumplings (Flour, Butter, Eggs, […]

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So, you want to be an entrepreneur…..

A consistent piece of advice given to anyone who decides to pursue their dreams and start a business is….not to rely on others for help. While encouragement will come from just about anybody, sadly, once the business is launched reality will be much different. This is not to say people generally are not helpful, but […]

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How the Finance Sausage is made

Capital Budgeting 101. We have been in business for nearly 3 years and recently completed a throughout review of our capital budget. For those non-finance types out there, we basically analyzed the return on our invested capital (…or ROIC) to ensure investments are allocated to the areas with the highest return. A company can be […]

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Game 5…Let’s Go Caps! Russian Maslenitsa Festival: Potato Blinis with Steamed Turbot, Salmon Roe, Horseradish Crème Fraîche & Dressed Arugula

Thurs., June 7th: Game 5…Let’s Go Caps! Russian Maslenitsa Festival: Potato Blinis with Steamed Turbot, Salmon Roe, Horseradish Crème Fraîche & Dressed Arugula ($18 Per Person / Time to Cook: 20 min. / Cook by Day: Friday) In a nod to the Russian Captain leading the Washington Capitals in the Stanley Cup Finals, we decided […]

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Muffaletta Sandwiches

Fri., June 8th: Muffaletta Sandwiches (Time to Cook: 20 min. / Cook by Day: Monday) This sandwich was the creation of a Sicilian immigrant Salvatore Lupon who first put olive salad on cold cuts on a round loaf of bread at the Central Grocery on Decatur Street in New Orleans The signature olive salad consists […]

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French State Dinner Menu: Spring Rack of Lamb, Burnt Cipollini Soubise, Carolina Gold Rice Jambalaya

Tues., May 1st: French State Dinner Menu: Spring Rack of Lamb, Burnt Cipollini Soubise, Carolina Gold Rice Jambalaya ($18 Per Person / Cook by Day: Saturday) The big news out of Washington DC this week is the visit from French President Emmanuel Macron and the State Dinner on Tuesday. Since we weren’t invited…we thought we would recreate the same dinner for this week. The guests were […]

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