With Mother’s Day upon us, we want you to know about a healthy, delicious, easy way to feed the family real, simple, good gourmet food. Back in the ’60s, Bruce Bacon’s mother Doris Ruth came up with some delicious vegetarian comfort food for her family of seven that they still enjoy at home today. Now, 60 years later, Bruce has made her home-cooked meals available to you.
In 2020, acknowledging growing interest in plant-based diets and flexitarianism, Ruth’s Vegetarian Gourmet products come fully cooked and frozen and ready to eat in minutes. They can be served as a main part of the meal or added to any course to make it into a vegetarian option.
Your choices include a vegetarian crumble, vegetarian sliders, meatless balls and pattys, a breakfast patty, pepper and cheese, homestyle, sweet and tangy, vegetarian balls, to name a few. No items have soy, fillers, dyes, nitrates, MSG or corn syrup, and they are made in small batches with real ingredients in Two Harbors.
Go to ruthsgourmet.com to learn more and order. Happy healthy Mother’s Day, from one mother to another.
Also: Because May is National Hamburger Month…
Frank Chase, the long-time proprietor of Andy’s Diner in Uptown (1500 W. Lake St. in Minneapolis) is promoting his super delicious burgers while donating one dollar of each burger sold to Be The Match, which helps patients get life-saving blood stem cell transplants.
Along with the burgers, the diner has fabulous breakfast, lunch, and dinner specials with American and Mexican comfort foods plus malts, shakes and floats that go with everything on the menu. If you love spicy, do try the Diablo Burger, but I love the patty melt or the garden burger, and there is even a turkey burger, or the Ever Lovin’ Cheeseburger. And, oh, yes—they also have authentic Mexican comfort foods too like tacos, tostados, burritos, quesadillas, chilaquiles, and more.