Home Remedy has you covered for your holiday dinner needs!
Pre-order your dinner, sides, pies and bread today!
Holiday Dinner Menu
~Porchetta: slow roasted pork shoulder seasoned with garlic, fennel, lemon, orange, thyme and rosemary
~Potato Gratin: layers of potatoes, parmesan, cream and thyme, baked to a cheesy, caramelized perfection
~Roasted Brussel Sprouts & Delicata Squash: tossed with Calabrian chilis and lemon
~Roasted Carrots: tossed with golden raisins and toasted almond slivers
~Salsa Verde: a bright and refreshing sauce of chopped herbs, shallots, olive oil and vinegar
...want to add more deliciousness? Take a look at our Dahlia Bakery shop for more pie, breads and goodies!
Each dinner is $30 per person.
Want to add more deliciousness? Make sure to check out dahliabakery.com for sweets and goodies that can be ordered a la carte for your feast!
Pre-orders must be in by 1pm on Friday, December 21st. Pick up on Monday, December 24th from 10am-6pm.
Step up to the counter at Home Remedy where our cooks are available to customize everything from savory rice bowls to hand-carved sandwiches like our house made pastrami or famous Seattle dip sandwich!
Craving some New York style pizza? Pick up whole pies or pizza by the slice with seasonal toppings in addition to the classics. We also have a wide array of specialty, local and imported foods to enhance your meals at home.
Don't feel like cooking? No sweat! Check out our fully cooked and frozen favorites from our restaurants that just need the warmth of your oven including lasagna from Cuoco, pretzels from the Brave Horse Tavern and pizza crust from Serious Pie (just to name a few things).
Let us pair your pretzel and pimento dip with a local brew or pick a bottle of wine for you to settle into a movie with. We've also got snacks and some basic sundries just in case you need an emergency tooth brush or an emergency bag of chips. We look forward to seeing you soon at Home Remedy.
Dan was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. He started his 17 years of cooking at his grandma's restaurant, the Manila Kitchen (John Wayne's favorite restaurant!) in Seattle's University District before going to Washington State University for his bachelors in Hospitality Management. After school, he worked in restaurants like Anthony's, Seatown and Etta's.
Dan has the most experience with seafood and loves using locally made ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. At home, he loves to garden and does most of his shopping at Farmer's Markets.