If you are recovering from surgery, illness or childbirth, then the last thing you have energy (or time) for, is cooking. While good nutrition is especially important as your body heals, eating well just doesn’t happen for most. Just making it to the shower is a big enough accomplishment.
Break that cycle and let us help. While we may not be able to help you to find your lost sanity or sleep, we will cook tasty, nutritious meals and then clean up.
Yes, I said that we would also clean up. After this kind of help you may want to nominate Chef Joe for sainthood.
Nourish Your Soul
If you have ever given birth, then chances are someone in your circle brought you some homemade soup. I will go out on a limb now and say that was the probably most nourishing, soul-satisfying soup that ever passed between your lips. The kind soul who made it for you holds a special place in your heart.
Imagine feeling that same type of deep soul nurturing and then not having to even look at the dishes. We understand that sometimes when life brings these big events around, all we can do is hold on and hope for the best.
The healing process can demand all of our attention. So can a new baby. Either way, life goes on, you need to eat and that can be a challenge. There is already enough on your plate, and no room for the food. Don’t you worry none; we are here to bring the flavor and do some dishes. You need to rest.