5 Things to Do Instead of Cooking Your Own Meals this Week
MENU FOR WEEK May 30, 2016
Let Tim the Girl save you some time in the kitchen, so that you can go out and have fun. Our food is healthy, delicious and delivered to your home or office.
This Thursday, Chef Michael Bomberg puts some sizzle into summer with the first in a series of Pop Up Parties at The Veranda, a 1920s mansion once owned by the founders of The Slimp Oil Company. Savory summer edibles and ice cold libations will entice guests to dine alfresco for the first “Remember The Alamo Beer Dinner.” The repast will feature four courses executed by Bomberg paired with seasonal craft beers from Alamo Beer Company. MORE
The Kerrville Folk Festival kicks off this weekend and features live concerts, music workshops, arts & crafts, food, family fun and a Kidsville. This 18-day event lasts through June 12. MORE
Saturday, San Antonio Water System co-hosts the Festival of Flowers, featuring indoor garden vendors, seminars, Organic Round Table, City-Wide Plant Exchange, 2016 Day Lily Show and Sale, plant exhibits, Herb Kitchen cooking demos, floral design and rain barrels. MORE
Weekends through June 12, the Overtime Theater is hosting Supper Hour in Hell. Written by Tess Light, this two-act comedy is set in an upscale restaurant filled with shallow, witty, unpolished, aspirational, indecisive and sophisticated characters entangled in complicated relationships. We bounce from table to table listening in as the café’s snarky waiter chimes in on conversations. If you’ve ever sat through an uncomfortable meal with someone, pull up a seat, order the sturgeon and share in the awkwardness. MORE
Next Tuesday, PechaKucha returns, this time at Yanaguana Gardens at Hemisfair. Small bites (including some from TIm the Girl) and hosted bar for guests ages 21-years and older. MORE
There are so many benefits to exercise, why is it so hard for most people to stick to a regular exercise habit? READ The Biggest Reason We Don’t Stay on a Regular Exercise Habit.
The TTG CREW
As always at Tim the Girl, all products are locally sourced, organic when possible and made only with the finest cold pressed oils. We limit the orders to the first 10 to ensure the best possible quality. We do fill up very quickly, so please order early. Simply respond to this email telling us what size you would like. Vegetarian options are available.
Available in three sizes: Small Box (Feeds 1) $162.37, Medium Box (Feeds 2) $216.50, Large Box (Feeds 4) $324.75
Orders due by Friday, May 27 and are based on availability. Delivery is Monday, May 30 between 4-5:30 pm for all food for the week. Inside 410 only. If you live further we can meet you after work at your office or you can pick up.
Menu for Next Week
Rice Pilaf with Cherries and Arugula*
Grilled Pork Chops*
Cous Cous Pilaf
French Onion Soup*
Health Nut Bread
Farm Fresh Vegetables*
Yogurt Feta Dip*
House Marinated Olives*
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