For seven years, Pablo Osorio and Danielle Bell staged intimate dinner parties across the US. Now, they’ve launched a weekly delivery service, featuring an always-changing menu of dishes inspired by Osorio’s native Peru, and desserts inspired by Bell’s time in the South. That means gravy-smothered quail, Peruvian vegan causa filled with potatoes, and caramel pound cake. For ordering info and more, check out their website.
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