Yes we are! We are born and raised in Brookline. Our kitchen and office is located right on Brookline Boulevard, across from the cannon.
You can reach us via phone, email or stop by the office:
Address: 1015 Brookline Blvd Pittsburgh PA 15226
Monday: 8am – 3pm
Tuesday: 8am – 3pm
Wednesday: 7am – 3pm
Thursday: 7am – 3pm
Friday: 7am – 6pm
Saturday: 7am – 4pm
Sunday: 7am – 11am
Entrees (Black containers with clear lid):
MICROWAVE INSTRUCTIONS: covered and re-heat meals at high temperature for 2 minutes, and repeat until desired temperature. Enjoy!
OVEN INSTRUCTIONS: Container can NOT be reheat in oven; we recommend you transfer the food to an oven safe container; Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. When oven reaches 350 degrees, let it cook for 15-20 minutes or until hot, depending on oven strength. Enjoy!
A la carte (Composable containers):
MICROWAVE INSTRUCTIONS:Please remove the lid from package and cover food with a paper towel. Lids are NOT microwavable. Re-heat meals at high temperature for 2 minutes, and repeat until desired temperature.
OVEN INSTRUCTIONS: since all of the containers are made with plant-base material that is temperature sensitive, we recommend you transfer the food to an oven safe container.
Family Meals (Foil container):
MICROWAVE INSTRUCTIONS: Transfer to a microwave dish, covered and re-heat for 2-3 minutes until hot; reheat time depends on portion size. Enjoy! (This container is NOT microwavable)
OVEN INSTRUCTIONS: *The container provided is oven safe*; Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Remove any plastic containers, pour sauce on the meal, covered container. When oven reaches 350 degrees, let it cook for 30-40 minutes or until hot, depending on oven strength. Enjoy!
Yes, you can! all our black plastic meal containers are made with 100% recycle material and you can also put that in your recycle bin. Unfortunately, we are not able to pick up any meal containers due to the safety guideline from the health department, please do not recycle containers with our the boxes, liner and icepacks.
For our a la carte items, they are 100% compostable containers and they can go straight to the trash can. These containers meet FDA standards for food contact and are gluten free. They are made from the wheat stalks, not from the food grain which stores the proteins and allergens. Even our lids might look like plastic, but they are NOT. They are made from PLA, a plant-based plastic that is 100% compostable.