Think butcher boutique.. You Cook, We Cook Cooper's offers both fully cooked, ready-to-heat-and-serve meats and traditional retail cuts. Grain-fed, cut-to-order steaks make this neighborhood shop a popular stop for home chefs. Carnivores will appreciate domestic or Australian leg of lamb, prime rib, smoked ham, pork tenderloin fajitas and home-style roasts. Cry fowl--joyously--over select game hens, squab, duck, goose and quail. Seasonal tributes include spiny lobster tempura, fried turkeys, sashimi and Florida turtle soup.
Instant Dinner Parties Named for Cooper Boddy's wife, Lizzies--bacon-wrapped appetizers of quail, chicken, Monterey Jack cheese or tuna--sell out daily. Heat-and-serve casseroles--chicken spaghetti, beef lasagna, King Ranch Chicken or brunch-worthy cheese garlic grits--serve eight to 10 or 25 to 30 for dinner. Round out your menu with celebrated squash au gratin, and buffalo mozzarella tomato salad. Spring and winter holiday meals for eight include gourmet entrees, side dishes, starters, bread and dessert for about $100.