Deberah Sutter and Lois Pellegrino, two local foodies with organic and natural goodies on their minds, took over the former Beautiful Foods, renamed it Nourish and began producing ready-made gourmet, on top of Beautiful Foods’ usual inventory. “New owners, new attitude,” says critic Philip Livingston. “Let them stock your pantry and entertain your guests. Having a few friends for cocktails? Get all you need there. Having a cocktail party for 50? Let them cater. You won't be sorry.” Sutter has kept the best of what Beautiful Foods offered, namely specialty and artisanal cheeses—French Camembert, as well as gorgonzola and mozzarella from Italy. But she’s also focused on small American producers. People can still find French cheese, but there’s also some from Washington, Iowa—even Delaware. With a full kitchen at her disposal, Sutter prepares ready-made salads like French lentil, quinoa and forbidden black rice, as well as dinners, sauces and dressings.