Counter Culture 3/24

Sunday 3/24 was one of the first warm spring days in MA, a great day for a Mobile Cooks Pop-Up at Counter Culture in Somerville. Chelsea Kantor,  Scott Rawdon, and Caroyln Brunis Luc collaborated on a delicious brunch menu of:

Cheesy grits, veggie sausage tamari gravy, and crispy kale

Buffalo brussel sprout hash

Avocado Toast with cherry tomatoes and smoked sea salt

Three flavors of Rugelach: apricot, Mexican chocolate, and Koko

Special thanks to our hosts Counter Culture Coffee

Beautiful photos from Veggie Kayla

 

Counter Culture 4/7

Sunday 4/7 was a great day for a Mobile Cooks Pop-Up at Counter Culture in Somerville. Chelsea Kantor and Scott Rawdon collaborated on a delicious brunch menu of:

Loaded potato and brussel sprout hash

Tofu “heuvos” rancheros

Avocado Toast with Spring peas and cherry tomatoes

Three flavors of Rugelach: apricot, Mexican chocolate, and Koko

Special thanks to our hosts Counter Culture Coffee

Beautiful photos from Veggie Kayla

A bit about Chelsea and Carolyn

fullsizeoutput_2867Chelsea Kantor and Carolyn Brunis Luc are the women behind @ChelseasChomps. They’re working to bring some new exciting flavors rooted in rich cultural traditions (Jewish and Haitian) to the Boston vegan food scene.


Try Chelsea and Carolyns Rugelach next at Counter Culture on 4/7 10am – 1pm 

A bit about Scott

 

IMG_3992“I’ve been cooking professionally since 2009, and have been focusing on vegan food since 2011, when I became vegan myself.  It became clear to me that I enjoyed cooking while working for Boston University Dining Services, and I’ve been seeking to build upon my culinary experiences nonstop since.  Some notable experiences took place at The Pulse Cafe, Peace o’ Pie, Veggie Galaxy, Life Alive, and NU Kitchen.  In addition to cooking and managing kitchens for cafes and restaurants, I enjoy doing menu and operations consulting.  In the past, I was lucky to have an opportunity to open a new small vegan restaurant in Allston called Root. Outside of the restaurant industry, I also cook in peoples’ homes as a personal chef, as well as do pop-ups around Boston, most often with a start-up company called Mobile Cooks.

When not cooking, I spend most of my hours involved with music.  I have been playing guitar since 2003, and enjoy recording music as well as occasionally playing live (schedule permitting!) When not playing music, I am usually researching recording techniques or browsing the used instrument market”

Office Lunch Dishes

These are some of the latest dishes that we’ve served at office lunch pop-ups. Reach out to info@mobilecooks.com if you want a lunch upgrade!