Where to go: Courtney’s Kitchen
Address: 654 W. Logan St., Noblesville
What to get: Meatloaf with a Kick
Anna’s take: If you’re anything like me, you’ve been living off of 5-minute rice during stay-at-home directive (I’m talking to you, fellow millennials), so when I had the opportunity to visit Courtney’s Kitchen and enjoy some home-cooked meals, I raced there for carryout. I tried the Meatloaf with a Kick, which is the daily special on Fridays and Saturdays. It’s a homemade meatloaf with a touch of jalapeño, smothered in beef gravy and served with a side of homemade mashed potatoes, green beans or your choice of vegetable and a roll. The meatloaf still tasted delicious when ordering carryout and eating it at home. I also tried the hand-pounded tenderloin ($9.95), a sandwich large enough for two meals. Order a petite version for $8.25.
I topped my meal with a slice of Reese’s Peanut Butter Pie ($3.95). To be honest, I ate the pie first.
If you want to enjoy a home-cooked meal during your self-isolation experience, order it from Courtney’s Kitchen.