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July 2, 2009

Stand and Deliver

You have Pizza Hut on speed dial, your own personal screen name and password for KFC’s website, and have already committed McD’s new 24-hour hotline to memory. It’s not exactly grandma’s home cooking but with your crazy schedule, what choice do you have? As of recently, the answer is, many. With some of Hong Kong’s most delectable private kitchens now delivering delicious, freshly cooked, home-style meals right to your doorstep, you’ll soon be saying sayonara to double-stuffed crust and super size fries and hello to fresh veggies, roasted chickens, organic pizzas, mouthwatering salads and home-baked desserts. Now this is delivery even your grandma would stand for…

Go Gourmet Delivery (http://www.gogourmetdelivers.com) 2517 7077
From the creators of the ever-popularMagnolia Southern private kitchen comes a unique delivery service of three fabulously delicious yet vastly different cuisines: pizza, cupcakes and Cajun food. Their Rustic Pizzas are made from only the freshest organic ingredients and can even be ordered with a veggie loaded ratatouille sauce and whole wheat crust so you can munch on this cheesy goodness completely guilt free. Upping the calorie count a bit, but well worth it, is their Ragin’ Cajun delivery menu featuring Southern comfort food favourites not found anywhere else in HK including Fried Green Tomatoes, Cajun Fried Chicken, Four Cheese Mac ‘n Cheese, Sausage Jambalaya and Louisiana Pecan Pie. And to cater to your sweet tooth, Sprinkles Cupcakes in a variety of flavours from Red Velvet to 24 Carrot to Death by Chocolate will arrive fresh from the oven and ready to be devoured. Order any one of the above or get a taste of all three with their special packages, featuring pizzas, salads, bbq ribs, and cupcakes. If this sounds like heaven to you, you’re not alone…we placed an order even before we finished writing this paragraph!

Relish Delivery (http://www.relish-delivery.com) 3481 1924
The lovely Taryne Hall, founder ofRelish Kitchen, the delectable catering company with its own experiential chef’s table, is the brainchild behind HK’s newest fresh food delivery concept, Relish Delivery. Subscribe to their email list and you will be sent a new menu of soups, salads, sandwiches and tempting sweets each week. Choose your favourites, place your order online, and get ready to sink your teeth into Poached French Chicken with Slow Roast Tomatoes, and Preserved Lemon Dressing, Roast Salmon with Potato Salad and Lemon Crème Fraîche, Roast Australian Beef, Watercress and Tomato Chilli Jam on Stone Baked Baguette, Ham off the Bone with Aged Cheddar and Pineapple Relish on White Sourdough, and Coconut Blueberry Syrup Cake with Honey Cream Cheese Icing. And that’s just in one week, every Monday your tummy will be tempted with new and exciting combinations. Who needs Ronald when you can have Relish?

Percys (http://www.percys.hk) 2855 1882
Gourmet caterer and take-away deli Percys has Centralites flocking to Kennedy Town for a taste of owner Mark Percys “slow cooking” and homemade dressings, jams and oils. Although a visit to the deli is the best way to familiarize yourselfwith the house specialties, which include

sumptuous daily changing pastas, risottos and cakes made from the owner’s great-grandma’s recipes, the best of Percys is available for delivery through Dial-a-Dinner. Choose from Lemon and Herb or Chili and Garlic Oven Roasted Chickens, Veal, Pork, Sage, Toasted Fennel and Parmesan Sausages, served with Fresh Tomato Sauce, Tuscan-style Bean and Vegetable Stew with Spinach and Parmesan or their famous Sunday Leg of Lamb Roasts. Desserts like Marshmallow Chocolate Brownie, Apple and Banana Cake and Almond and Raspberry Trifle and a well-edited Australian wine list complete your home-cooked gourmet meal. If patience is not your virtue, just call over to Percys directly and place your order for take-away. They promise if customers call ahead, they can bring the food directly to the taxi door, so you can be home and munching within minutes.

It looks like you may have to re-prioritize your phone book!



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