Menu Notes 1/28/14

Chef Brandon menu notes. Contact Health Savor for delicious organic food in Cincinnati.

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Good evening to everyone. What a great night to have your food delivered, huh? Remember, we do our best to get to all corners of the city in the 3 1/2 hour window. We leave as soon as the food is all ready, and we want it to get to you as fresh as possible. That being said, it could get to you anywhere between 6pm and 9:30 pm, so please plan your Tuesday night dinner accordingly. If you are feeling particularly grateful this evening, our half frost-bitten drivers all like hot tea, cocoa, and any other tips, if you feel so inclined. (By no means are you obliged or expected to)

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Instead of a weekly compilation, we will be growing a PDF database, in alphabetical order, where all of our items will live. I will be sending out reminders while we all get used to it. One look at the new format, though, and I think you’ll agree that it is the right move.

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Heating instructions are copied below to get you all started. Onward and upward! ~Chef Brandon

Main Menu Heating Instructions

Caribbean Curried Amish Chicken, Shrimp, or Tofu with Butternut Squash: Remove lid and cover with foil. Bake at 400 for 15 minutes. OR Place contents in a saucepan and cook on medium heat for 8 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Roasted Garlic/Mushroom/Artichoke Lasagna: Remove lid and cover with foil. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes. Uncover and bake for 5 additional minutes to brown.

Tom Kha Gai, also known as Thai/Lemongrass Stew: Heat in saucepan (approx. 6 min on medium high) or microwave (approx. 4 minutes on reheat) until hot.

Chipotle Chicken or Braised Tofu Veggie Enchiladas: Mmm. Remove lid and bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes.

5 Servings of Veggies, 1 Stew: Heat in saucepan (approx. 6 min on medium high) or microwave (approx. 4 minutes on reheat) until hot.

Chicken or Tofu-Veggie Spiral Rolls with Onion butter: Place in preheated oven at 300 for 10 minutes, then remove and pour/spread onion butter on the outside. Return to oven and turn up to 400 for 10 additional minutes.

Veggie Chili Stuffed Poblano Peppers: Bake uncovered at 350 for 20 minutes or longer, depending on how soft you like your peppers to be.

Local Maple-Apple-Cinnamon-Walnut Oatmeal: Heat in saucepan or microwave on reheat for 4-5 minutes.

Tomato-Basil-Kale Omelet: Place contents into a lightly oiled skillet and cook on very low temp for 15 minutes, no stirring. Then, flip one side of omelet on top of the other and cook until desired texture is reached. OR cook it at higher temperature and scramble it.

Black Grape-Strawberry-Kiwi-Granola Parfait: Wowsa!

Diet Menu Heating Instruction

Roasted Garlic/Mushroom/Artichoke Lasagna: Remove lid and cover with foil. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes. Uncover and bake for 5 additional minutes to brown.

Tom Kha Gai, also known as Thai/Lemongrass Stew: Heat in saucepan (approx. 6 min on medium high) or microwave (approx. 4 minutes on reheat) until hot.

Mediterranean Miso Tofu Veggie Lettuce Wraps: Enjoy as is!

Chicken-Veggie Spiral Rolls with Onion butter: Place in preheated oven at 300 for 10 minutes, then remove and pour/spread onion butter on the outside. Return to oven and turn up to 400 for 10 additional minutes.

Veggie Chili Stuffed Poblano Peppers: Bake uncovered at 350 for 20 minutes or longer, depending on how soft you like your peppers to be

5 Servings of Veggies, 1 Stew: Heat in saucepan (approx. 6 min on medium high) or microwave (approx. 4 minutes on reheat) until hot.

Caesar Salad with Amish Chicken: Enjoy as is!

Chili Con Quiche: Bake at 350 for 10 minutes, or, if you must, microwave for 2 tops. (Microwaving food, especially on high, structurally and nutritionally damages food)

Tomato-Basil-Kale Omelet: Yeah, we could have used spinach, but you know what? Cooked kale is way better for you than cooked spinach. We’ll chop the kale small and make sure it is tender. Comes with Feta cheese. (Dairy-free breakfasts are always available, please let us know)

Low Carb Muesli: Enjoy as is!

Kids Salmon Nuggets: Remove lid and bake at 400 for 15 minutes, then remove the salmon and leave the tots in the oven for an additional 10 minutes. Freezes very well

Kids Pizza: Preheat oven to 350 and bake for 8-12 minutes directly on lower rack, as Gluten free crust tends to stay soft in the middle.

Kids Amish Chicken Nuggets: Bake in a perforated pan (for circulation) or cookie sheet for 15 minutes at 400. May also be cooked in a skillet with a dab of oil on medium high for 3 minutes per side. Freezes very well. Note: Cooking times will change if frozen.

Gluten/Dairy/Refined Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate Brownies: Enjoy as is, or slightly warmed

Deluxe Apple Cobbler: Remove lid, and bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes, until crumbles become crusty. Freezer friendly

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