Custom Meal Delivery
“I still think that one of the pleasantest of all emotions is to know that I, with my brain and my hands, have nourished my beloved few, that I have concocted a stew or a story, a rarity or a plain dish, to sustain them truly against the hungers of the world.”
I am based on the North Shore, MA where I work at The Market Restaurant, front of house. I’ve spent time working in the kitchen there, as well as with Chive: Sustainable Event Design and Catering, and did an internship in the kitchen at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, CA during the winter of 2014. I love creating delicious, beautiful meals from scratch that nourish and provide joy. I currently am offering personal chef services includidng prepared meals that you can heat up and enjoy throughout the week. Please contact me for more information!
Wow – I’m beginning to drool looking at these beautiful photos and awesome recipes!!
Que rico y delisioso!
I have had the honor of taste testing the amazing food made by this wonderful chef & let me tell you her food is nothing but amazing! The food looks good for you, smells good for you and TASTES even better.I would highly recommend jumping on the opportunity to try some of these delicious treats and or trying the recipes at home on your own (Although I know for a fact that mine won’t compare) I love the fact that there is always something new to try and that she always challenges herself to step out of her comfort zone! No repeat recipes for this girl. I can honestly say that her passion for what she does is most definitely shown through her work not only through the taste but through the presentation. Can’t wait for the next time I’m invited over for dinner. Be Jealous 🙂
It was lovely to meet you last night! And, more importantly, my mystery is solved! Did you see my column 2 weeks ago? I had stumbled upon your baked yogurt and kale pesto blog, tried it, and wrote about it. Unfortunately, I couldn’t remember where I had seen it, which I mentioned in my column; I apologized to the source, you! So, now I’m going to go cite you and your lovely blog. It’s great. Thanks for saying hi last night, and I’m sorry if I snitched before I could give full credit!
Great to meet you as well! Too funny – I had been meaning to read it as my coworker mentioned the post to me. Love the idea of baking the yogurt, I’ll have to try that next time. Thanks so much for writing about it! I’m so glad you enjoyed it.
P.S. Have you heard about Bantam Feast? I’m sure you have — my friend Martha hosts these really lovely, locally-sourced family style dinners in her home in Salem. Always delicious and welcoming, I’m sure it would be right up your alley!
Hey Sheila. Love you’re blog. Where are you based out of? Seems like we have a lot of similar interests. Would love to collaborate.
Keep up the beautiful posts.
Hi Sarah, thanks for stopping by! I love yours too. That’d definitely be fun to collaborate on something, always looking for great info on fisheries and food. Will you be at the NH Local Seafood Kickoff? Thinking of checking it out for a bit (although playing it by ear for now).
I will be there. We’re hoping to promote the kick off of my new Community Supported Fishery at the event as well: NH Community Seafood. You can check out our FB page if you’d like and our website will be up soon.
Maybe I’ll see you there.
Very cool recipes!
Thanks so much!
Hi, Sheila–You left a LIKE on our blog so I thought I’d drop by and poke around. Great photos! Also, interesting food–I’ll be back. Ken
Thanks so much! Love your site – so many dishes to try out!
I love your blog its very inspiring. I am 24 year old, aspiring chef from London and I would love more than anything to undertake an internship at Chez Panisse in San Fran.
How did you apply for yours? Could you give me any advice? I would be really grateful.
Thank you so much.
Sasha Scott x