Delivering Comfort with Comfort Food

Offering comfort food options to your customers is a great way to spread warmth, even from a distance. 

Mac & Cheese
Does this dish really need an introduction? There are many renditions of this dish, which all have one thing in common; pure comforting deliciousness. Whichever rendition you present, be sure to send it out the door with a hefty amount of cheese sauce as the pasta will absorb a fair amount in transit.

Shepherd’s Pie
Layers of seasoned ground meat (beef, turkey, lamb or pork) topped with creamed corn and buttery mashed potatoes. Baked to a golden-brown deliciousness. Za’atar makes for a great non-traditional seasoning element for your ground protein of choice.

Mashed Potatoes
Potatoes served with buttery with a kiss of salt and pepper. Add lobster or crab for an added euphoric punch to the taste buds. Mashed potato soup with hearty biscuits is a great comfort category option.
Option: serve as a family style side to an entree.

American Chop Suey
Pasta, with ground meat and caramelized onions tossed in a rustic tomato-based sauce. Works exceptionally great with a chorizo and  beef mixture.

Chicken Pot Pie 
Tender chunks of chicken, mixed with fresh vegetables and chicken gravy; topped with pie crust baked to a golden brown flaky finish. Pack for a heat and serve item, great for a “Family Meal Pack”.

Fried Chicken & Waffle Sandwich
Fried chicken perched between two waffles with a spicy aioli, drizzled with maple syrup. Yes, just yes please.

Spaghetti & Meatballs
Most of us probably grew up eating this classic dish of spaghetti tossed in a rustic red sauce and tender rounds of seasoned meat. Topped with shaved parmesan, pairing with garlic bread or knots is a must.

Toasted Cheese & Tomato Soup 
This could be one of the most comforting combinations of all comfort foods! Velvety tomato soup, paired with a toasted sandwich of gooey melted cheese between butter toasted bread. Be creative with your cheese selections and don’t forget to dip your sandwich in the soup! That’s the best part.

Cookies
Be sure to offer desserts, cookies by the baker’s dozen is a great option and don’t forget the milk!

If you don’t currently stock the ingredients necessary for these dishes, but you would like to offer these types of meals to your customers, contact your Account Executive or call 1-800-439-2727 to schedule a delivery.

May your life and stomach always be full, 
Chef Tim

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