Like most local businesses, Company's Coming Catering was faced with the daunting task of reinventing its entire business model in the wake of COVID. With over 15 years of experience catering and crafting food of the finest local ingredients and catering at some of the area's most popular venues, the COVID impact has been devastating to this family-owned business. Last week, Owner and Head Chef Josh Hunter, a member of the American Culinary Federation launched Chef's Fork, brought to you by Company's Coming Catering.
This fresh organic meal prep service allows for individual portions to be ordered from a list of weekly rotating meals. The meals are available for purchase in 3 and 5 count meal packs and a new menu is released each Friday, orders are accepted through Tuesday. Meals can be picked up in person at the Terrace Street Bistro in Roxborough (3989 Terrace Street) or delivered to the General Plymouth Meeting area for a small $10 delivery fee.
The individually portioned meals feature local ingredients sourced for optimal freshness. "The single portion size of our meals allows us to offer this service not only to local families but also single-person households or couples looking for an affordable and delicious way to check dinner off their list without being forced to purchase a larger family-sized quantity." Chef Hunter stated.
This week's menu included a choice of Lump cramp cakes, au gratin potatoes, and steamed vegetable medley; 3 Cheese stuffed shells and sauteed roman kale with shallots; Beef stroganoff, egg noodles, and roasted carrots; Grilled jerk shrimp and veggie kabobs with coconut rice; and Almond crusted tilapia, rosemary roasted potatoes, and sauteed green bean medley. "The response to our first week of service was an excellent start but we are very excited to grow awareness to this program and offer this service to additional customers in the coming weeks." Said Alicia McEvoy, Josh's sister, and Event Coordinator.