Minnesota Monthly just named Farm to Fork one of the Twin Cities’ Best Splurges! We work hard to make sure that we are an affordable luxury that brings real value to your life. With Farm to Fork our job is to make dinner, but it’s also to make connections between you and what you eat. We advocate for real food, food that is locally-sourced, seasonally-minded, and produced in a sustainable and organic way. We try to help everyone eat better as well as do our part to support local foods and farmers.
From now through December 31st, we are offering new customers 10% off of their first session. We still have openings for November, so give us a call (612) 248-8163, or email email@example.com.
Another popular option is to give the gift of real food! We have a number of certificates available that support any level of eater or cook, or for those in your life who need a bit of help, a push in the kitchen, or are just plain hard to find a gift for!
Dinner for Two: A perfect present for a certain couple in your life, perhaps it’s you and your partner. A Farm to Fork chef travels to the recipient’s kitchen, with food and tools in tow, to prepare a 3-course, seasonal meal. We’re highly interactive and engaging and encourage our eaters to participate in the process or sit and watch, but of course there are some who will be happy just to take a seat, and a breath, and be served.
In-Home Cooking Instruction: A marvelous gift for the cook in the family, or a foodie friend, who enjoys the process but is in a rut. Learn knife skills, how to cook fish, wholesome family-friendly dishes, the foundations of seasonal eating; we have a lot of teaching up our sleeves. Perfect for an individual or couple or for a family or group of friends, we can be flexible. Our most popular gift, these sessions are always fun and unexpected, relaxed and very well-received.
Meals to Store: A really practical but thoughtful present for a new mom and her family, or a friend who just moved, a busy family needing some relief, an ailing colleague, or anyone in transition. We’ll spend a single day in the recipient’s kitchen cooking and storing a variety of wholesome and delicious meals in the fridge and freezer, as we do for our regular clients every week. We’ll clean up, label all dishes, leave a menu and instructions for reheating, and vanish.
Here’s that contact info again for details, pricing and scheduling! It’s firstname.lastname@example.org or (612) 248-8163.