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August 22 – August  28

Tuesday 8/22/17 Benedict Breakfast Sandwich: Canadian bacon, grilled zucchini, egg, basil hollandaise (P, D, G) Chopped Caprese Salad & Farm Greens: fresh mozzarella, yellow pear & red grape tomatoes, basil, farm greens, braised chicken thigh (D) Portuguese...

August 15 – August 21

Tuesday 8/15/17 Smoked Salmon Crepes: house-smoked salmon, herb crème fraiche, citrus salad (F, D) Summer Berry Salad: local greens, pickled blueberry, jicama, walnut, chevre, poppy dressing (D, Nut) Bahian Shrimp Stew with Brazilian rice & salada de xuxu (SF)...

August 8 – August 14

Tuesday 8/8/2017 Grainless “granola” & summer fruit yogurt (D, Nut) Cold Soba Noodle Salad: shredded napa, carrots, ginger braised beef, sesame spinach, mizuna & sesame-tamari dressing (Nut, B, G) Greek-style Baked Fish with bulgur wheat salad & baked...

6th Annual Valentine’s Day Dinner Delivered To Your Door!

Our 6th Annual Valentine’s Day Dinner Every Valentine’s Day we forgo the calorie counting and create a decadent fine dining meal for two.  For $100*, you and your sugar can avoid the hassle of going out to dinner on one of the busiest nights of the year and enjoy a...

Customer Requests for Vegetarian Option Led to Our Newest Menu

You asked. We delivered...right to your door. By G. Scott Brown and Dre Slaman, Founders, Farm to Fit After listening to our Portland-area customers tell us they were truly looking for a vegetarian menu option, we thrilled to debut our new Farm to Fit Vegetarian Plan...

Eating in Winter

At Farm to Fit, we value seasonal eating. Chef Jeremy takes pride in crafting recipes that highlight what nature has to offer the Pacific Northwest throughout the year.  For example, both summer and winter menus have a Local Fish dish, but you'll notice that in winter...

What the HEY is Cassoulet?

Those of you who ordered tomorrow night's dinner may be having that very thought. Never heard of Cassoulet? You are not alone. First and foremost, it rhymes with "HEY", and it's fun to say. (For even more excitement, say it with a French accent, as 'cassoulet'...