It’s all prepped. We’re catching up to where we were before we bit off rather more than we could chew this week, and we’ll undoubtedly do that again next week with Thanksgiving,
but for today, anyhow, we’ve got our i’s dotted and our t’s crossed. We even made some very serious cookies that could feed an entire household: three kinds of chocolate chips, brown butter, walnuts and nutmeg. I don’t know about you, but I, for one, have been eating my feelings, and this is the way I’ll likely choose to do it today. They’re Herculean.
We’ve also got our meals all set for the Learning Curve, and I’d like to amend yesterday’s comment to tell you that we still have the Mozart meal for one more day
but since you can watch When Music and Movement Collide starting tomorrow and we’re closed Mondays, we’ve got that one ready for you as well.
We’ve also got hors d’oeuvres ready for Tuesday’s Poetry Center 60th Anniversary Party.
Please note that these meals are cold with heating instructions, and you can find both the descriptions of the meals and the heating instructions under Today’s Specials on the menu, and with that, I’ll get my minor administrative duties resolved (payroll- the staff does appreciate being paid for their work, and we all in turn appreciate the support you’ve given us that allows me to pay them after eight months of pandemic takeout) and take that breather. Then next week we’ll hit the ground running again as we deliver Thanksgiving meals to Youth on Their Own
and maybe to you- you still have a week to get your order in. And there’ll be the usual wine tasting on Saturday- this week it’s Thanksgiving-friendly reds- and more on the horizon. Enjoy what remains of your weekend, preferably with a little snack or bottle from Feast. See you soon.
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