A Wellesley native who used to run a day care and food business in town, has now opened Renee’s Kitchen in Natick, with a focus on providing healthy take-home dinners for busy families. The Framingham Source has the story of Renee Faubert’s new operation and has allowed us to share it with you here:
Wellesley native Renee Faubert took her first cooking class at age 9. This week, the Cordon Bleu School trained chef opened Renee’s Kitchen in Natick on Route 135.
The goal of Renee’s Kitchen is to provide families with a home-cooked meal, with fresh ingredients, to help them enjoy dinner time with their family, without the stress of deciding “What’s for dinner?”
“I know how busy we all are and that, by the time you get home, you just want a healthy, delicious meal on the table. The meals you pick up from Renee’s Kitchen will be ready to heat and eat – quick and easy!,” said the Framingham mom.
In the morning, Renee’s Kitchen will be selling simple baked goods.
“I love to make muffins and scones,” said Faubert, who contracted with Speedwell Coffee Roasters to line up some “amazing coffees and teas.”
For lunch, customers can purchase soups, pasta salads, wraps, salads, and finger rolls. Faubert plans to post the lunch menu daily on the website. There will be two soups offered daily, and the soups will change daily, said Faubert.
“All the soups are made from scratch,” said Faubert. “The stocks are made in-house with fresh ingredients, and I love keeping the soups simple while offering great variety. Again, we try to keep them seasonal and use vegetables that are abundant and fresh.”
The main focus of the business will be take-home dinners.