One of the cardinal rules of a party is "Always have more than enough food for everyone," a rule superseded only by "Never mix alcohol with access to a particle accelerator." Secure sustenance for all revellers with today’s Groupon to Edible Morsels Catering based in Dartmouth. Choose between the following options:
For $99, you get a three-course dinner for four delivered to your home (a $220 total value, including tax and $10/person service charge). Today’s option is available for dinner delivery Tuesday–Friday. Additional guests can be added for an extra charge of $29/person. The delivered meal includes the following:
- Four servings of one appetizer (a $10 value/serving)
- Four servings of one main course (a $20 value/serving)
- Four servings of one dessert (an $8 value/serving)
For $229, you get a three-course catered dinner prepared in-home for eight people (a $579 value, including tax and $25/person service charge). This option is valid for in-home catering any business day except for Saturdays between November 26 and December 31. Additional guests can be added for an extra charge of $49/person. The catered meal includes the following:
- Eight servings of one appetizer (a $10 value/serving)
- Eight servings of one main course (a $20 value/serving)
- Eight servings of one dessert (an $8 value/serving)
Both options are valid within Dartmouth, and areas outside of Dartmouth may incur a small additional service charge.
Edible Morsels Catering’s savvy chef Tracey Cromwell delights homesteaders as he adroitly whips up a scrumptious array of worldly cuisine to wow parties and gatherings. Hosts eager to avoid mid-party text messages from needy ovens can peruse the delivery menu to assemble a three-course feast for four, selecting an appetizer, main course, and dessert to dazzle the tongue buds of dinner guests. Kick off food-based fetes over a garlic shrimp appetizer that gilds black tiger shrimp in a cloak of garlic-infused heavy cream. The art of silence can be perfected between bites of an engrossing breaded-chicken parmesan main course, or guests can delight in spelunking through the lasagna’s tasty layers of meat sauce and cheese. A choice of dessert, including a New York–style vanilla cheesecake bedizened with strawberry coulis adds a dulcet epilogue to feeding frenzies without the requisite beeping of yellow cabs in the background.
Alternatively, abode-based entertainers can design a three-course meal from the in-home menu, unleashing Chef Tracey and his gourmet prowess upon kitchens to craft a tripartite banquet on-site. Freed from politely chopping logs for their host’s wood-burning microwaves, partygoers can chow down on appetizers such as a portobello mushroom haloed with goat cheese. Fuel mid-meal dance breaks with platefuls of penne with italian sausage, or synch up group fork speeds over a main course of lemon Nova Scotia veal. Tracey’s gustatory triumphs culminate in a final course of dessert, employing sugary confections such as chocolate cake or carrot cake to serenade mouth caves with rich flavours and soon-to-be-swallowed sweet nothings.