Now that back to school, back to work and back to the “new normal” is in full swing, home cooks and their families are practicing flexibility in their daily routines — and that includes meal times.
RSVP Catering, one of the region’s premier catering services, is also practicing flexibility: The longtime events catering firm is now offering a carefully curated menu of prepackaged meals — from breakfast and snacks to dinner and dessert — for contactless home delivery.
The new Work Day Menu brings to your door the sophisticated and creative quality of meals diners could only experience at weddings, corporate events and galas in the “old normal.” Those who are exhausted by the lack of variety and flavor in their meals will find RSVP Catering’s choices to be flavorful, healthy and an enjoyable relief from the quarantine routine.
High-end does not mean high-priced, and RSVP Catering goes the extra mile to make their home delivery service affordable: There are no minimums for orders placed from the Work Day Menu and no delivery fee ($5) for orders of five or more items.
At-home diners can enjoy dishes they might not have had the time or wherewithal to create themselves, such as smoked salmon, chorizo couscous grain bowl, or French toast casserole for breakfast. Lunch might be a roasted eggplant and spinach sandwich, brisket banh mi, or caprese sandwich made with heirloom tomatoes and arugula. Dinner entrees include salads and grain bowls, beer braised short ribs, New England cod and smoked cauliflower steak.
There also are large assortments of snacks, sides and desserts.
Those are just a few of the offerings from the new home-delivery menu at RSVP Catering. Accommodations can be made for vegans, gluten-free and nut allergies.
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