Fit Foods 4 Life's team of chefs and nutritionists prepares well-portioned healthy meals daily, using only fresh, preservative-free ingredients. Breakfast items, entrees, and snacks in small, medium, and large portions populate Fit Foods’ extensive menu, which is filled with lean proteins, low-glycemic carbohydrates, healthy fats, and preternaturally talented fibers, with plenty of vegetarian and low-carb options available. Start off with a Newport egg-white breakfast—scrambled egg whites topped with turkey bacon, roasted potatoes, and green onion ($4.75–$6.75)—before enjoying a day interspersed with hassle-free meals such as the grilled fiesta chicken, served over zucchini, yellow squash, and brown rice ($6.75–$10.25), or the balsamic beef tenderloin, served with a garlic, red wine, and balsamic reduction and roasted red potatoes ($6.75-$10.25).
With 40 years of sandwich-making expertise, Togo's gives party planners an extensive catering menu from which to choose their spread. Sandwich trays ($45 regular size, feeds 10), the Endless Combinations platter ($65, feeds up to eight with 16 half sandwiches of four different varieties, plus a regular salad), and a 3- to 8-foot Party Footer (feeds up to 32 people; prices vary depending on sandwich type and size) will supply sustenance for Valentine's Day group gatherers, enthusiastic Presidents' Day celebrators, and supporters of early-February professional American football championships.
The chefs at Dine in 2Nite specialize in creating the ultimate dinner package?they send piping hot dinners to clients' doorsteps up to five nights a week. Each gourmet meal is the brainchild of the company's celebrated executive chef Claire Kats, co-host of the nationally syndicated show Food Fight Radio. In collaboration with her partner in crime, chef Marcus Todd, Kats creates delicacies such as coconut tilapia with apricot dipping sauce and penne tossed with blackened sausage. The entrees eschew classic diet saboteurs such as MSG and trans fats, and require no prep, making them perfect for those who are too busy to cook or forage for steaks at a local park.