Category: Suppliers

Posts about local and independent food retailers

Côte at Home

Côte at Home is a fairly new food delivery service run by the french restaurant chain Côte Brasserie. The food is produced in one of Côte’s centralised kitchens, which already supply several of the chain’s outlets. The prices are reasonable…

Pasta Evangelists – Delivery

So my delivery from Pasta Evangelists arrived today. Pictures follow.

My first reaction was “where are the cooking instructions?” But each meal is colour coded with a dot, and in the enclosed booklet, full details are given – a lengthy description, ingredients and cooking instructions.

Pasta Evangelists

I originally set up this blog to encourage me to cook more from scratch. I still like to do so, but there are other times when you just want a plate of delicious food delivered to you.

Pasta Evangelists sell “artisan” pasta online, delivered to your door. It is a bit pricey, at about 8 quid a portion, but it also seems a step above the kind of thing you can get from the chill counter at your local supermarket.

Graze: Snacks by Post

I’ve just given Graze another try.

Back in 2013, I took up their “first box free” offer, but it turned into a bit of a hash. The free box never turned up, and Graze’s only response was to offer me a box at half-price. This didn’t fill me with joy, so I cancelled my new account, and forgot about it.

4 years on, and Graze is now a common sight in my local Tesco. I’ve had their “Protein Bites” flapjacks and really like them. So I thought I would give the delivery service another go.

Everdine: The Story Continues

Black Bean Chili Burrito

So, not a bad meal yet. Rather than creating new posts for every meal I cook and snap, I’m just going to post the next few pictures here, so anyone interested can see how the meals turn out.