Friday, March 12, 2010
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
This was a very postive experience. I actually couldn't eat all the food that was provided to me and still have the steak salad from the second delivery left. The edemanie salad was really great and I am going to try to recreate it, it is a keeper with a light sesame oil dressing, celery, water chestnuts and crispy carrots....Yum!
Monday, March 8, 2010
Chef by Request, with offices in Kirkland is an interesting option for healthy, tasty (yes) meals and snacks. I spoke with David Welts, their Director of Business Development last week Thursday. He offered to send some sample items and today, when I left the house at 6am: there was a black insolated bag outside the front door with my name on it. Inside, there were items intended for B-fast, Lunch and Dinner, plus 2 snacks.
I was on a deadline and didn't want to worry about eating well
(all your daily food prepared and delivered during the night to your home or office)
I was at a tradeshow and didn't want to eat "show food" which is never good
If I were trying to eat well and lose weight and didn't want to have to
make different food for myself and my family
I was going on a long flight and didn't want to deal with airline food
Menus are totally customized for all kinds of restrictions and likes and dislikes
If I had a friend or a family member who was sick or laid up and couldn't
cook for themselves
I am going to go and tour the kitchen and meet the team later this week. Pricing, is listed for single person and two person delivery, but not by week or month. Let's just say that the food delivery I recieved is around $14 dollars x 3 (based on a one day order). I think about times I have been somewhere without access to food that I felt good eating or no food at all and $14 a meal period sounds pretty good to me. PS. The way I feel now, I may not even finish all the food I was sent today.