Share Food. Spread Love

Jan 25, 2015

-3Jennie Cook knows it’s a busy night. And this year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday.

Cook asks, How will you appreciate your loved ones on the busiest restaurant night of the year?

Her suggestion? Eat in the comfort of your own home with a meal prepared by expert, loving hands.

Start the evening with zucchini watercress soup with crostini or tomato coconut bisque. “Second” consists of arugula with dates and pepitas, then entrées are a choice between tenderloin of beef or short ribs, vegan tempe schnitzel, or pomegranate chicken. Entrées are served with potatoes gratin and seared green vegetables. Dessert is chocolate mousse with berries and cream with crispy cookies.

One supper serve two persons and is packaged in aluminum tins (reheating instructions are included). Orders are to be picked up anytime before 2 p.m. on Saturday, February 14th. Jennie: “I think you could probably send a Lyft if  you need it delivered.”

Whether it’s spent with a spouse, partner, or a good friend, this Valentine’s Day can be cook-free, hassle-free, wait-free and instead, be simply delicious—how lovely is that? (And “love” is what the day’s all about.)

Beef tenderloin or short ribs supper – $130
All vegan tempe supper – $100
Organic chicken supper – $110

Jennie: “Gentlemen, take care of this and she’ll say yes; I guarantee it.”

Jennie Cook’s Catering, 323.982.0052. 3048 Fletcher Dr., L.A. 90065.





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