Ladle of Love, a Farm-To-Kitchen open for breakfast, lunch, and takeout, is located at 11B South Moger Ave., Mount Kisco, NY 10549 in Westchester County.
From Ladle of Love: "Ladle of Love, a farm-to-kitchen food shop in Mt. Kisco, New York started to simmer in the mind of Leslie Lampert during the tragedy of September 11, 2001. When Leslie was bringing soups to local firefighters in Millwood, New York, who were pressed into service at Ground Zero, she knew she was delivering nutritional sustenance. But she didn't expect the overwhelming response from everyone who tasted her hearty, wholesome soups. At the same time, Leslie was also serving her soups to the families of two of her closest friends--both of whom were battling breast cancer and the word spread that Leslie's Chicken & Dumpling, Mushroom Barley and Harvest Celebration were the perfect, delicious, soothing, savory meals.
"As Senior Editor of Ladies' Home Journal Magazine for nearly ten years, Leslie produced and wrote the food features (in addition to other articles), spent many hours in the test kitchen helping to develop recipes, and appeared frequently on television as a lifestyle spokesperson for the magazine. During those years, Leslie also entertained often at her home in suburban New York, hosting scores of business dinners, family holidays and celebrations with friends. Leslie has been a "student of food" since studying abroad during college, reading cookbooks at night the way some people read John Grisham novels. In 1997, Leslie's husband was diagnosed with cancer. In order to focus her attention on caring for him and her three small children, Leslie negotiated with Ladies' Home Journal to work from home so she would have more flexibility to create a semblance of normalcy and impart a sense of stability to her family. During those months, Leslie found comfort in cooking for her family who, in turn, savored the robust soups and stews that represented both emotional and nutritional nourishment."
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Great place to pick-up soups, sandwiches, pastas, and other delicious take-outs. Or, enjoy having "the best soups ever" at one of the stools or at the table outside.
Location: Mount Kisco