Ask Ruth to make a dish or a meal you can share with family or friends.
You’re heading for an out-of-town hockey tournament glad you ordered a crockpot of food from Ruth's to share with the team.
Your neighbor is home after surgery and even though it was a hectic day you can still bring a meal over.
You’re hosting book group this week and you have to choose between reading the book and making food.
Your college-aged son is living on his own for the first time and needs a meal for the freezer.
You offered to bring the side dish to a gathering but you're too tired to make something today.
You don't want to be that person that brings a "big-box-store" meal to the party of the year.