Everything about KitchenAF concepts are designed from the ground up to hold and travel well, making sure you have a fantastic food experience. For example, no skinny french fries here, they get cold and old super fast, instead BurgerAF and CheesyAF serve tater tots, who’s mass holds the heat better making them better for delivery. You won’t find any styro containers here either, we use premium microwaveable and ventilated packaging that’s not only recyclable but transports the food much better. We even put our hot foods in kraft paper bags (also recyclable) because they hold in the heat much better than a plastic “t-shirt” bag ever can. Items like smothered tot ingredients or soups in bread bowls are packaged separately to maximize quality on arrival."This all started 10-plus years ago when we started advertising our catering business side, Chef 1 Studios, as about 10 different menus/concepts online with menus like 789 Deli, Somemore Italian, Bayou Vieux Cajun and Mac's Mexican Grille," says owner Jim Marshall. "When the UberEats-style services started to reach maturity, we realized we could now do the same thing with single meal delivery, since the delivery/ordering part of the equation is handled by them."
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