Meez Meals offers a high-end take on home-delivered meals.
As the evenings get colder and darker, it becomes less likely that even the most enthusiastic cooks will head to the food store after work to shop for dinner ingredients. Enter Meez Meals, a home-cooking delivery system from Chicagoan Jen Moore that gives subscribers five options to choose from per week, and presents the pre-prepped ingredients in a neatly packaged cooler.
Each weekly menu reads like something straight out of an upscale, downtown restaurant. This week, for instance, offers up spanikopita tostada stacks (a lighter version of the Greek spinach pie), roasted beet risotto, and a red Thai curry soup. Roasted sweet potato and caramelized onion tartlets are a great twist on a potato dish, and the orecchiette with artichokes and sun-dried tomatoes will speak to pasta lovers. In addition to being prepped to the very last detail, the meals are veggie-rich, fresh, and the ingredients are sourced locally.
Later this season, we’re looking forward to toasted gnocchi in a balsamic cream sauce, lemon risotto with spinach and creme fraiche, and more. Meez Meals flawlessly accomplishes what Moore originally set out to do: put the fun back into cooking, even in the winter and even after a long day. Pricing options are flexible, with 3 meals at 2 servings/week at $65; find out more online at meezmeals.com.