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•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

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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. 




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GRAM' S MEATBALLS  ----- $11.75

frozen, uncooked,  single serving ( 3 meatballs ) and a  little tomato sauce.

Pan cook in olive oil  in skillet, turning often or in countertop oven, drizzled with a little olive oil.

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 La Belle Provençe —----------------------$32

A friend who is moving house has gifted us about a dozen French earthenware platters, bowls, casseroles and tureens.  Her uncle was a military attaché during WW2. He fell in love with France and stayed on after the war. The pieces are well-worn, the glaze crazing, and we imagine a story: a couple who were captivated by and fully embraced the culture. They ate simply but had such respect for the food and the cook that the soups, stews, and vegetables were always lovingly presented at the table for full appreciation by all the senses, in this pottery, thereby elevating each meal to the status of fine dining, full of joy and satisfaction. Upon returning to the States, they could not leave them behind.

Comfortable and simple, the food of southern France relies on seasonal produce and allows its color and flavor to take center stage. Ratatouille is a perfect example of how magically a little careful technique and a good bit of time can transform a quintet of vegetables and olive oil, salt and pepper into a sublime melange, pleasing to the eye and full of an altogether unique flavor and texture. Tournedos sound fancy but here is another example of a simple but artful technique in the combination of a few creative ingredients. Taking advantage of  Colorado’s peach season, we combine ripe fruit with a velvety pastry cream which elevates a simple crepe into a mouthful of bliss. 

Classic Ratatouille – a rich stew of zucchini, eggplant, onions, peppers and tomatoes that is definitely more than the sum of its parts.

Pork Loin Tournedos w Cream & Calvados – boneless pork steaks crowned with a sauce of pan juices, apple brandy and cream.

Crepes with Pastry Cream and Peaches – Colorado peaches sliced thin, sprinkled with cinnamon,  nestled into a layer of vanilla pastry cream folded into an airy crepe.


Vegetarian option:  Potato Omelet – thinly sliced potatoes and onions, cooked in olive oil, covered with sliced tomatoes combined with our best organic free range eggs.