Take it Home Delivery

Why not give yourself a break from cooking this Sunday and try Take It Home for gourmet food delivery? They’re a great new service we recently tried and you’ll get $10 off your order with the code PHILLY. Take It Home uses only the best locally sourced ingredients, and the food is always fresh, never frozen. All chef prepared gourmet meals come vacuum sealed and ready to heat and eat.

How to order:

  1. Choose from our a la carte, or weekly meal options, ordering is available on your smartphone, tablet or computer!
  2. For every meal that you purchase, they donate a meal to the Food Bank of South Jersey. Your purchase helps continue their mission to deliver food and  hope to the people of South Jersey!
  3. Your order of chef prepared meals are delivered right to your doorstep.
  4. Open up your meal and heat for the allotted time. After a busy day, all that’s left to do is relax and dig in!

Take It Home

Today there are 32 menu options available online, including a la carte items, sides, fully composed meals and also a Kid’s Menu! Since launching they have been consistently adding one new menu item per week and plan to continue this for the next few months to discover the most popular menu items for customers. Take It Home offers American Comfort Food, Homestyle Italian and global cuisine (Asian and French inspired). We loved the Chicken Picatta and Braised Pork with Polenta. 

New menu items include: Classic Beef StroganoffJumbo Lump Crab cakesFire Roasted Tomato BisqueItalian Meatballs and PolentaChicken Cordon Bleu, and Korean BBQ Beef Ramen. Stay tuned for the Taste of Mardi Gras Menu launching February 15th!

Delivery is available for Center City Philadelphia, the Main Line, Camden, Gloucester and Burlington Counties in Southern New Jersey. There is a $50 minimum order and a $5.95 delivery fee for orders under $100.


Founder and CEO, Elena Ciccotelli has a ServSafe certificate and years of real-world cooking experience. Coming from a long line of amazing Italian home cooks and after 8 years working with in-home personal training, Elena recognized the need for a home food delivery service offering quality prepared foods that were healthy and delicious too. She consulted with her brother Nick, a classically trained professional chef.

She found that providing personal training clients with meal plans and healthy recipes every month, wasn’t enough because their hectic professional schedules didn’t allow them time to prepare meals. After much discussion, the concept of TakeItHome.com was formed. The concept seeks to seriously increasing the quality of life and to reach a wider audience to benefit the Food Bank of South Jersey.

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Nick Ciccotelli, the Head Chef and Culinary Director, graduated from the Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College with an Associate’s Degree and has spent the last 10 years at Whole Foods Market thriving as a Team Leader and Kitchen Supervisor in prepared foods. He has also orchestrated high-end catering for Philadelphia professional sports teams  (Philadelphia Eagles, Phillies and Flyers). He had also served as sous chef for a number of fine dining restaurants in the greater Philadelphia area.

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Take It Home aims to give back to the community where they were raised in a creative and meaningful way. And since food has always been a huge part of their lives, partnering with the Food Bank of South Jersey was an easy connection to make. In December 2016, they started the Get a Meal- Give a Meal program with the Food Bank of South Jersey. So why not take the night off and give TakeItHome.com a try?

Take It Home is also available for catering events. They are open to any and all suggestions from potential clients to design a custom menu and quote.






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