If you don't feel like braving the grocery store, but you still want a home-cooked meal, you're in luck.
These Okanagan businesses are offering take-away, pre-prepared meals. Bring your meal home and save it for later in the week, or prepare it right away.
It's as easy as take-and-bake.
The Little Hobo Soup and Sandwich Shop
The Little Hobo is offering pre-portioned freezer meals, with instructions for easy heat and serve. They also sell frozen biscuits, casseroles, soups and more.
The Little Hobo will be re-opening on Monday, May 11 for take-out, and offering delivery after 2 p.m. Monday to Friday in the Kelowna area. Their menu will be updated and posted to the Little Hobo Facebook page regularly, starting this weekend.
To order for delivery, call (778) 478-0411.
Bliss offers pies, soups, dinner kits, lunch packages and more. Place your order online for delivery or pick-up.
Home Block at CedarCreek Estate Winery
CedarCreek offers lasagna, soups, sandwiches, cordon bleu meal kits and more.
Take-away meals are offered 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and from noon to 7 p.m. Friday to Sunday.
Call 250-980-4663 to order.
Frankie We Salute You!
Frankie's offers burger and salad kits, smoothie packs and more. To order, visit their website.
Orders must be in by 4 p.m. for next day pickup between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m, Tuesday to Sunday. You will receive an email you when your order is ready.
QB Gelato and Café
QB Gelato offers take-away Mac n cheese, litres of their house-made gelato and more.
They have also partnered with Perseval & Young Cheesemongers to deliver a "Weekly Dairy Box."
Each box contains a litre of D Dutchmen Dairy Standard Milk, artisan Emerald Grasslands Butter, two wedges of speciality cheeses from Perseval & Young (different cheeses each week), two 12 oz containers of frozen QB Gelato, (flavours changed weekly) and QB Sourdough bread.
Each box is $82.50 plus tax.
Order for pick-up or delivery on Thursday, Friday or Saturday.
Summerhill Pyramid Bistro
Summerhill offers charcuterie, frozen meals, fresh pizzas, Shepherds pie, jambalaya and more.
They deliver twice daily at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. For dinner delivery, place your order by 1 p.m.
Order on their website, or call the Bistro at 250-764-8000 ext.130.
Wasabi Izakaya offers take-out soup kits, with housemade noodles, your choice of broth and toppings.
Their basic Ramen Kit is $6.50, with your choice of Original, Vegan, Tan Tan men or Tonkatsu style.
Their two Ramen and appetizer kit is $20, with Chicken Karaage, Takoyaki, Ebi Chili Mayo, Spicy Tofu (all 6 pieces each).
Call 250-762–7788 to order.
Waterfront Wines offers a weekly set menu of frozen soups, sauces, and sides, with pre-prepared entrées that come with heating instructions.
Check out their delivery menu online, and click here to order.
Submit your order for the weekend on Thursday by 5 p.m. Deliveries arrive to Kelowna and West Kelowna on Saturday mornings.
The Nourishing Fork
When it comes to food, easy doesn't always mean unhealthy.
Kelowna's Nourishing Fork delivers organic, nutrient dense meals packaged in reusable glass and compostable plant fibre containers.
View their menu online here, and call 250-919-1338 or email Nourishing Fork to order.
Vegan and gluten free options are available on request.
Urban Jars in Kelowna provides pre-made breakfast, lunch and dinner in mason jars for weekly delivery.
The menu changes every week, based on seasonal availability of local produce.
Call 250-864-5348 to order, or contact Urban Jars through their Facebook page.
Home for Dinner
Home for Dinner provides ready to heat-and-serve meals to Vernon and the surrounding area. Click here to check out their full menu.
They offer delivery to Vernon and Kelowna, and pick-up from either location.
Call (250) 549-3145 to order in Vernon, and (778) 478-0343 in Kelowna.
Papa Nicks Global Cuisine
Papa Nicks provides local, gourmet take away that's easy to reheat at home. The menu includes greek, Indian and classic North American cuisine.
Pick-up in store, or if you live in Vernon you can get your meal delivered. Order online here or call 250-260-4473.
Salty's Beach House
Salty's is providing Penticton residents with semi-prepared lunch and dinner meal kits, made for four to six people to share.
Their menu includes a fish taco kit, a pasta kit, a mussel kit and more.
To order a meal kit for delivery, fill out the online form here.
Earl's Kitchen + Bar
Earl's is offering Chef Kits, which are do-it-yourself packages to cook at home. Options include a pizza kit, a chocolate chip cookies kit and an Italian bread kit.
Earl's in Kelowna and Penticton also offer Brunch Kits, with options like chorizo hash, eggs Benedict and pancakes.
To order, call your nearest Earl's location for pickup and get 20 per cent off your meal. Or get your meal kit delivered through SkipTheDishes.
This Little Piggy Went To Market (previously The Noble Pig Brewhouse)
In order to adapt to the current public health orders on social distancing in restaurants, The Noble Pig in Kamloops has rebranded to a take-and-bake market, called This Little Piggy Went To Market.
Their menu is posted on their Facebook Page, listing items available for take-out such as Mac n cheese, dry ribs, mushroom caps, salad and sauces. They open May 12, and their hours are noon to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday.
To order, drop by their restaurant or call (778) 471-5999.
Taste Kitchen in Kamloops is offering a local food box delivery service, including options like the Pork Belly Bar Bun Box, the Sunday Brunch Box, Ricebowl Box and more.
All box items are curated from other local small businesses.
Orders go live May 15 for delivery or curb-side pick up next week.
To order, click here.
The Kamloops Kelly O's offers Meal Kits, a Protien Package and a Veggie Package.
The Meal Kits options include Fajitas, Chicken Alfredo, Chorizo Flatbread, and Chicken Caesar salad.
These are for pick up only and orders placed will require 24 hours to be prepared.
To order, call 250-828-1559.
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