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PLEASE NOTE:

•Only one week's menus are available for order at a time.

•Pick up Day is THURSDAY

•Orders are taken for 1 week,  from 9AM Wednesday to 9 AM Wednesday

•At check out, specify your pick up time.

Choose a PICK UP TIME between  4:00 - 6:00 pm  

Drive right up to our kitchen door, C-204 B, upper level,  back of the Staples center, Conifer Marketplace. 

YOUR NEXT TRAVEL - INSPIRED DINNER EXPERIENCE

FOR PICK UP THURSDAY DECEMBER 2

ORDER UNTIL 9:00 am WED DEC 1

                                         We will be closed  November 23 - 28                                               
HAPPY THANKSGIVING, EVERYONE!

 

 

 

 

DECEMBER 2

 

AUTUMN ITALIAN   ---------- $30

The rich orange yolks of eggs from happy chickens, silky “00” flour from Italy, some zen-like kneading and the cranking of our trusty Atlas pasta machine warm body and soul as we make the beautiful pasta to envelop that velvety, earthy filling for this ravioli we wait all year for. Accompanied by seasonal mushrooms and this year’s abundant apples, it’s a taste of Italy using fresh local fall produce.

 

Pumpkin Ravioli with Brown Butter -- homemade egg pasta filled with baked pumpkin and Parmigiano- Reggiano cheese, dressed with nutty brown Irish butter, shallots, a kiss of sage, and balsamico.

 

Roasted Filled Portobello Mushroom -- garlic, onion, spinach, Grandpop’s  sausage, Pecorino and breadcrumbs, drizzled with extra virgin olive oil.

 

Torta di Mele --  super moist lemon-scented cake filled and topped with local apples.

MAKE A NIGHT OF IT

BEVERAGES:  White wine pairing - an oaked  Cote d'Or Chardonnay from France or a Chardonnay from Sonoma.  Red wine:  a good Zinfandel.

MUSIC: 

MOVIES:  Legends Of The Fall. When Harry Met Sally. From The Vine.

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VAUCLUSE, PROVENCE  --------------  $24

In southern France lies a region of luminous sunshine and discreet shadow, intellectual and industrious, with palaces, rustic villages, and ancient Roman theaters with modern stage lighting for operas and concerts. It’s a land of olive trees and grapevines, where tomatoes are called “love apples”, vegetables blaze with color, dried beans fill wicker baskets, and precious black truffles are weighed on Roman scales. Spread your table with yellow and blue, the colors of Provence, open a bottle of wine from the Cotês du Rhône and taste Vaucluse.

 

Ratatouille -- a savory vegetable stew served at room temperature for best flavor. Generous amounts of garlic,  herbs and coriander seeds season tomatoes, zucchini, onions, eggplant and bell peppers.

 

Riz Pilaf -- toasted rice and onions, garlic and parsley soak up rich saffron broth, topped with chopped tomatoes. 

 

Sweet Crepes with apples and pastry cream -- thick slices of apple baked with butter and cinnamon, tucked into crepes on a blanket of vanilla pastry cream.

 

Add-on Options:

Chicken Vauclusienne -- slices of whole chicken braised in olive oil white wine, onions, tomato and aromatic herbs.      $8

 

Haricots Villageoise --- great northern beans, slow cooked and finished with carrot, onion, garlic, olive oil and aromatic herbs.       $6

MAKE A NIGHT OF IT

Beverages: Chateauneuf du Pape, a Cotê du Rhône, a Rosé from Languedoc.

Music: Pandora's French Cooking Music station is fun.

Movies: Go to Provence with Russell Crowe in Ridley Scott's A GOOD YEAR. We enjoyed the running joke about the lavender on the windowsill.

Just for fun and great music, watch RATATOUILLE.