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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Friday Take-home Dinners @ Pinon

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If you're looking for a night off from cooking, Pinon Market & Cafe can help. Each week, Pinon offers Friday-night takeout-dinner meals, all packaged to go with complete instructions for reheating at home. --- 

Owner/chef Victoria Topham and her crew prepare Friday-night dinners that alternate from week to week between meat and vegetarian. They are perfect for a date night or family night at home when you'd prefer to (mostly) stay out of the kitchen.

The dinners are priced at $25 for a dinner that serves 2 adults, and food for 2 kids can be added for an additional $10. Orders must be placed by 5 p.m. on Thursday. 

Upcoming Friday night dinner menus include:

Feb. 24: Sweet potato, spinach and goat-cheese crepes with seasonal vegetables and dessert

March 2: Beef lasagna with Caesar salad and rolls

March 9: Tomato-ricotta tart with wilted greens and toasted baguette

To place an order, call 801-582-4539 or visit 

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