At Today’s Menu, experienced chefs take the time to assemble delicious, high quality meals for you and your family. All customers do is heat and serve. Caring about our clients is the cornerstone of our business. We hand select the highest quality ingredients and every meal you enjoy from Today’s Menu has been crafted by us, for you. You will not get this kind of quality from supermarket food ready meals.
We have assembled an incredible staff who are truly “best in class”. Today’s Menu chefs are professionally trained and have years of experience in the culinary field. Head chef, Paul Winstone was trained in England and worked in Europe before settling in Canada, working at many high-profile businesses and now helms the Today’s Menu kitchen. Additionally, our retail and support staff are ready to assist customers. Whether you have a question about delivery or specific ingredients in our meals they are ready to help.
Before creating Today’s Menu, Paul Hickey worked inTele Communications at various executive level sales and marketing positions. In 2002, with a desire to do something more creative he was compelled to investigate new career options that tapped into his passion for good food. As a result, Today’s Menu was born. With little experience in the food business and a strong desire Paul knew this was exactly what he wanted to do.
Originally Today’s Menu started out as an in home service. Chefs would cook two weeks worth of meals in customer’s homes, freeze them and return. A great idea, but Paul quickly found that it was cumbersome and the cost per meal was high. Over the next several years he perfected the menu. In 2009, a private investor provided him with capital to invest in the necessary commercial equipment needed to produce, package and quick freeze high quality meals on a larger scale. And that is where Today’s Menu is today.
Paul is actively involved in the daily operations of the business. He enjoys talking to clients as well assisting his chefs with the development of new recipes and driving new business with his background in marketing. He is also a supporter of Charities in Toronto. Paul lives in Toronto, is married, has two teenaged children and a Labradoodle named Pyper, who is often seen at the front of the store greeting customers.