Comfort food gift/delivery in Cambridge?
- rose water Jul 31, 2013 06:22 PM
People I love are going through an awful experience. Rather than send them flowers, I was thinking about a food-type thing. Ideally it would require minimal work on their part, keep well if they aren't around/in the mood, and be nourishing, comforting, delicious. And I need to order it from NYC and have it delivered to them in Porter Square-ish Cambridge.
Things that would work are a good gazpacho, cheese, olives, bread, salad; enchiladas or lasagna, bread, salad; great seasonal local fruit; i don't know.
Thanks so much in advance.
Good idea.And rose would likely find a compassionate ear at Form. who would take more personal care with it. (Ask for the manager.)
How thoughtful of you, rose. i'm sure they will be appreciative.
Some specific suggestions: country pate, Iggy's bread, cheeses, finochiolo sausage,soup/gazpacho, (house made)Alice's brownies,granola and individual Choc pots de creme.
re: rose water
Yes, I think opinionated chef meant Formaggio Kitchen.
I will venture to say, I would go easy on the perishables, even the stuff that will keep. They may be overloaded with food - fridge and freezers already full...so I'd suggest that you make something that can sit on a shelf part of your gift - a nice bottle of olive oil, wine (if they drink it), some decadent French jams, etc. Formaggio Kitchen has a lot of these items.