June 21, 2006

Galloping Gourmet

One of our town's top chefs, Kirk Warner—formerly of both King Louie's and Savor—has packed his spatulas and struck out on his own with a new venture called "Traveling Kitchen." He's hoping to bring his food philosophy and technical know-how to bear in the everyday eating experiences of people who enjoy good food but may lack the time or expertise to make it happen on their own. Whether you're looking for a family chef who can shop and stock your fridge for the week (and he spent some serious time in a past life working on the perfect chicken finger for tots), or an impressive date-night menu for two, this curious chef probably has just the recipe.

And for those voyeurs who want to see inside the mind of the chef, check out the musings on the site's blog.

Posted by Miss Cherry at 01:46 PM | Eat/Drink

used Kirk's Traveling Kitchen for a birthday party last week, and 'twas a meal for the ages. If you're looking for a memorable foodie experience, I highly recommend.

Posted by: sovereignglory at July 18, 2006 09:58 AM