carried in stores in California and online. The line currently has seven flavors:
I tried the Zucchini soup and the Thai Green Curry, which I poured over rice and served as an entree. Both tasted very fresh and flavorful, not like anything you'd find in a can. The zucchini soup had a kick to it, which came from the poblano chile, a welcome surprise from the somewhat bland and ordinary vegetable zucchini is. The Thai Green Curry served over brown rice was the perfect meal, filled with big chunks of organic tofu and fresh vegetables such as carrots, peppers, mushrooms, and onion.
Big things are happening over at Cook! SF, for starters they've been nominated for a NEXTY Award, which recognizes leaders and innovators at the 2013 Expo West. Voting closes May 3rd, and they'd love your support, so please take a moment and vote for them.
Secondly, they are transitioning to a new brand this summer! Cook! SF will become NonaLim, named after their founder, Nona Lim. They'll still be offering the same products, meal plans and service, only with a new logo and name.
What to know more about Cook! SF/NonaLim? They can be found all over the web. Follow them here:
- Website - www.cooksf.com
- Blog - http://blog.cooksf.com/
- Twitter - @Cooksf and @NonaLim
- Facebook - www.facebook.com/CookSF
*Disclosure: Cook! SF provided me with samples of their product to review for my site. All opinions are entirely my own.