Imagine coming home from a long day at work and having miso teriyaki salmon ready and waiting for you, served with a side of roasted Brussels sprouts with a balsamic reduction. It’s wholesome, nutritious, made from scratch – and best of all, you don’t have to lift a finger to prepare it. In fact, someone else prepared it. Someone with rigorous culinary and nutrition training from Johnson and Wales. That someone is Maggie Mulvena, and she created Feast and Fettle, a new meal delivery service based out of Hope and Main.
Maggie has a passion for cooking nutritionally-sound meals for others. “I launched Feast and Fettle because so many people are too busy to prep and cook during the week, yet want healthy, wholesome meals to eat with loved ones or friends,” she explains. “I’m excited to bring a professional meal delivery service to Rhode Islanders so they can come home after a long day and relax knowing that dinner is taken care of.”
Unlike other meal delivery services, Maggie packages her meals family-style to encourage folks to serve themselves on a plate as opposed to eating a TV-dinner-looking meal. She offers couples plans with two servings per package or a family plan with four servings. She also sources as locally as possible, receiving products from Four Town Farm, Sid Wainer, Farm Fresh Rhode Island and Narragansett Creamery. The meals are totally customizable, meaning that entrees and sides can be chosen independently of one another, ensuring that no one is unhappy with what’s on their plate.
Her goal with Feast and Fettle is to give diners their precious time back. She takes on the task of preparing meals during the week so they can spend their time on more important things, and that makes her happy. “We think people should consider having us cook for them if they desire healthy, scratch-made meals for themselves and [their] families,” she says. “We like [people] to think of us as their personal chef.”
Feast and Fettle
691 Main Street, Warren