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When it comes to food, “MwintSoph Enterprises LLC strives for simplicity, quality and taste.”
The Company was created this year, 2014 and caters to a varied category of cuisines which comprise of dishes like fried plantains, and beans stew, jolloff rice with fried chicken, tuozafi-T.Z/ Insima with either okro/okra soup or vegetable peanut soup, boiled plantain with palaver sauce, riceballs with peanut soup, fried tilapia, Cascadia with beans, spring/egg rolls, chicken micro green salads (if microgreens are available), waffles. Fausta’s chicken and pasta, egg/spring rolls, soups, and many, many more.
In addition to all these foods, MwintSoph Enterprises LLC has a great variety of baked goods which comprise of various biscottis like, chocolate, chocolate coconut, almond, almond coconut biscottis, almond chocolate coconut. Also there is an assortment of delicious cookies from chocolate chip cookies, lemon rice krispies cookies, oatmeal rain, oatmeal cashew chocolate chip, oatmeal craisin, oatmeal butter scotch, butter scotch cookies, peanut brittle, peanut butter chip cookies, caramels, candies, truffles, toffees and equally many more.
For your gluten free needs there are gluten free cookies, biscottis, and focaccias, and chocolate blueberry muffins, peanut brittle.
There are some sugar free cookies and biscottis as well.
This page features photos of some of the cuisine MwintSoph Enterprises LLC caters to and the Photo Tour equally features some photos of foods as well.
One can purchase some of my baked goods from the BUY NEVADA FIRST gift shop & visitors center in the Reno Town Mall and at the winter farmer's market at the Gardenshop Nursery by Teri Beth at 3636 Mayberry Dr, Reno where I sell some dishes from my menu every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
At summer time one can purchase my baked goods and some dishes from Shirley's farmers markets at the Summit markets (Tuesdays and Saturdays) and at the Sands Regency Hotel & Casino Downtown Reno on Thursday evenings 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Always a great idea to place orders a week in advance as certain produce like plantains need time to ripen.
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