We understand that food is part of the fabric that weaves our lives, our travels, our culture and every experience we have. That’s why we not only want to provide good food for the soul in the form of enriching experiences, but we want to provide great food for your body as part of those experiences.
We call our meals “Cascadian Safari” because the ingredients are sourced as much as possible from local Cascadian and organic farms and we serve them on the go.
We practice Leave No Trace principals as well as we can in the field, so food is served on reusable dishes, with silverware and linen napkins to reduce our waste.
Lunch is served on our full day programs and usually includes a protein such as chicken or salmon; a seasonal grain salad such as quinoa with grilled vegetables; a seasonal green salad; and beverages such as soda pop or local wine.
Depending on the escape, half-day programs may include morning pastries, as well as seasonal fruits, nuts, granola bars, aussie bites, meats and cheeses.
Vegetarian, lactose free, gluten free and other dietary restrictions can be accommodated with advance notice.
Meet the Seattle Chef | Heidi Pomeroy of Maven Meals
I have been sharing my love and expertise of cooking and food with families for over 15 years enabling healthy eating. With an MBA in Sustainable Business from Bainbridge Graduate Institute and a Bachelors Degree in Restaurant Management from Cornell University, I have integrated my professional and practical training to create Maven Meals, which combines sustainability, service and exceptional food.
My passion lies in providing nutritious, flavorful meals with a focus on creating complementary seasonal dishes using the freshest ingredients so the final product bursts with flavor. No one should have to suffer from eating low quality takeout meals devoid of nutrition just because they’re on a tour.