Thanksgiving Sides Special:
Sweet Potatoes, Savory Stuffing and Roasted Cauliflower. Ready to heat and eat.
Personal Prep Chef is an affordable private service for people like you.
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Check out the dinner menu with 20 choices for $4 per serving or less!
From everyday comfort food to Sunday dinners, my recipes are family-taste-tested and easy enough for beginner cooks.
New dinners include Pork Tenderloin with Roasted Squash, Tuna Noodle Casserole, Gnocchi in Vodka Cream Sauce, Spinach Pie, Salmon with French Green Lentils and Chicken with Chorizo, Kale and White Beans.
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Here’s a nice little video from Saveur on how to dice an onion, probably my most frequently asked question.
Each side dish serves 6-8. $40.00 total
Traditional stuffing made with sage sausage, roasted chestnuts, chicken livers, sauteed celery and onions and homemade chicken stock.
Unlike the traditional version, this one is extra moist. Baked with eggs and cream, this savory stuffing is moist like a bread pudding.
Mashed sweet potatoes, with brown sugar and bits of real bacon. Baby marshmallows optional.
Cauliflower, slow roasted with butter, garlic and just a touch of herbs.
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A super easy crowd pleaser. And you don’t even really have to bake it.
Slow cooked and shredded beef, wrapped in corn tortillas and baked in red chili sauce, with melted cheese and sour cream.
Chicken thighs baked in a tangy sweet sauce of apricot jam, russian dressing and onion soup mix. A family favorite “back of the box” recipe and as awesome as ever.
Comfort food, gourmet style, with aged cheddar and gruyere cheeses, and baby lobster tails.
Meat, starch and a veg. Grilled chicken breast with sweet potato fries and broccoli. Basically, an excuse to eat sweet potato fries…
Grilled Italian sausage served with creamy, cheesy polenta, topped with buttery fresh tomato sauce, the Barefoot Contessa’s own recipe.
Breaded chicken cutlets in slow cooked Cacciatore sauce with red wine, mushrooms, onions and green peppers, Served over penne pasta.
Spinach pie with parmesan, muenster, cottage and cream cheese.