A Recipe for Success
1 person who can’t cook
3 ill-advised attempts at baked Alaska
1 pint of hunger
4 empty pantry shelves
½ grapefruit left in the fridge
KitchKat, a local food delivery service that specializes in weekly meals.
1. Mull over the weekly menus sent out on Wednesdays. Sign up for as many main courses, sides, and desserts as you want ($5-$9), and prepare for the goods to arrive on Mondays in Tupperware containers.
2. Stick a fork into freshly made dishes like red wine-braised beef and potatoes, pumpkin soup, and quinoa salad with grapes, Gouda, and pecans.
3. Toss around ideas for custom menus to cook in your own kitchen (you can order up to a month’s worth of meals to freeze).
4. Sift in some friends and ask KitchKat to run a cooking class ($40 per person )at your place.
For more information and to sign up, go to kitchkat.com.
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