What’s the difference between full-size and small portions?

We offer two different portion sizes in most of our individual serving meals, to help meet each person’s specific appetite and needs.  Our full-size portion is a good, appropriate adult portion.  It is not overly large as most servings are at restaurants, where you often get way more than you need.  A full-size entree for menu items that are protein-based (meatloaf, chicken breast, pork roast, fish fillet, etc.) are about 6 ounces of meat before cooking.  For menu items that are mixed, such as casseroles or soups, a full-size portion is about 1 1/2 cups.  If you order your meals with side dishes, each individual, full-size portion comes with two side dishes of about 1/2 cup each.

Our small portion is 2/3 the size of the full.  Protein-based entrees are about 4 ounces before cooking, mixed entrees are about 1 cup in volume, and side dishes are about 1/3 cup each.

We also offer family-size pans, which feed 4-6 adults, depending on appetite. If you order a family pan with a side dish, you will receive one side that will feed 4-6 adults.  If you’d like additional side dishes, we can add them for $5 each.

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