Huntley member Whitney Toogood is providing a catering service for our 5pm and 7pm draws. The menu will be posted here and on the home page.
Menu for Week of March 10
Meals for week of March 10, available 5:30 to 7:30pm
- DINNER PLATE – CLASSIC BUTTER CHICKEN: Cost = $10
- A gorgeous Indian inspired stew of juicy chicken and warm spices simmered in a rich tomato sauce served with fluffy basmati rice (gluten-free)
- SOUP – BEEF & QUINOA: Cost = $5
- Melt in your mouth slow-cooked beef, homemade broth, veggies and quinoa (gluten-free)
- VEGETARIAN PLATE – LENTIL & WHITE BEAN COTTAGE PIE: Cost = $10
- layered with roasted cabbage, tomatoes and zucchini and topped with creamy homestyle buttermilk mashed potatoes (gluten-free, vegetarian)
Order by Sunday March 8, 2020 by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment to be made by cash when you receive your meal or by e-transfer to the above email address.
About Whitney and Toogood’s Kitchen
Whitney Toogood is the owner, operator and sorceress behind the magic of Toogood’s Kitchen, with over a decade of professional culinary experience. Most recently, for 5 years, as head chef at the amazing Saunders’ Farm. With stops along the way at Wellington Gastropub, Saslove’s Meat Market, The Sheraton Ottawa and Aroma Meze, just to name a few, she is well travelled and known in the Ottawa culinary community. She’s spent the last seven years focused on growing and nurturing her family while planting the seeds of Toogood’s Kitchen. She found an intense passion for food early on learning and cooking with family and friends. This passion only blossomed during a pivotal and life changing trek across Europe with her incredible husband Sean Toogood for which her business is aptly named. It was, however, during her professional training in the Culinary Management program at Algonquin College where she found her calling and honed her craft. Graduating with honours and a few awards under her belt, she found herself as head chef within a year of graduation at a local restaurant, Bin 790, now called Aperitivo . Whitney has come full circle now, finding herself back home at Algonquin College as a professor and instructor educating the next generation of passionate chefs while also operating her own catering company. She is thrilled to say Toogood’s Kitchen has been warmly and enthusiastically received by this fantastic and supportive community. Her passion today culminates in a desire to make the most delicious scratch made food, using the best, freshest local ingredients, and sourcing them from our local farmers and producers alike to offer her “Food Lovers” a most delicious and heartwarming meal they won’t soon forget.