Recently I’ve shared 15 takeout meals to try and 12 pizzas we’ve tried while staying home. Many restaurants started offering family meals and take-and-bake kits. Here are a few we’ve tried!
Fried chicken Fridays at Ambrose & Eve
Ambrose & Eve is known for modern versions of homecooked favorites. Friday and Saturday nights they’ve been doing family dinners like a fried chicken spread with all the fixings, taco nights, and chicken-fried cauliflower. Order here: tiny.cc/ambroseandeve
Fusian’s build-your-own sushi kits
Our boys love Fusian, so it was an easy win to order up online. It was even more fun to try their build-your-own sushi kits. They come with all the ingredients to make a crap-ton of sushi. They also offer home stir fries! Order online at order.fusian.com or through their app.
Ajumama’s weekly family meals
Every Friday and Saturday, chef Laura Lee of Ajumama serves family meals. The menu rotates; on our night we enjoy Korean meatloaf, potatoes, dduk and cheese. We added on the build-your-own-hodduk kit, too (filled with walnuts and brown sugar). You have to pre-order by Tuesday and select a pickup time, then snag your meal from her truck at the Food Fort. To get on her e-mail list, reach out at ajumamacbus [at] gmail.com.
Sweet Carrot + Kittie’s Cakes meals
Sweet Carrot and Kittie’s are now under the same ownership, and they’ve combined to do family meals with dinner and dessert. The feast we tried had brisket, corn cakes, mac and cheese, plus Kittie’s cinnamon rolls and cupcakes. They’re doing these big Menu Mashups, fried chicken dinners, and more at form.jotform.com/sweetcarrot/pre-order
The Kitchen’s meal kits, taco nights, charcuterie boards
The Kitchen has be doing a terrific job with carryout meals since all the shutdowns. They offer regular Taco Tuesdays, cheese and charcuterie boards, meal kits, and booze. See their full menu here: orderthekitchencolumbus.square.site