Top Chef Meals: Are Your Tastebuds Ready?
Fresh Meal Delivery That Will Drive Your Taste Buds Crazy

Are Your Tastebuds Ready?

We're constantly updating our menu with new and exciting additions. Why? Because variety is the spice of life! Because the same old, same old gets so boring after awhile. But mostly because YOU asked us to do so! You asked us to bring you more choices, more of your favorite foods, a little elegance to the table, and we've done our best to deliver. Check out some of our newest offerings and see what tickles your fancy.

From our Gourmet Line of meals, we bring you these new offerings:

Filet Mignon - Filet Mignon is the most popular at restaurants nation-wide. Filets are leaner and have less marbling but are still incredibly tender. There are also several other reasons filet mignon is such a great addition to meals! In fact, we recently wrote a whole blog about them that you can find HERE. Seared on the outside and cooked to a perfect medium rare, each of our 4 oz portions is perfectly cut and expertly trimmed for an amazing flavor that's irresistible!

Ahi Tuna - This new entree is one of our Chef's favorites! Ahi Tuna is widely used in raw fish dishes, especially sashimi. This fish is also excellent for grilling. Ahi is often served seared rare. In fact, our premium sushi grade Ahi tuna is sesame-seared and perfectly cooked to a bright pink rare. Mmmmm....

And from our Regular Line, we have an incredibly tasty dish that you're sure to love:

Wild Mushroom Marsala Ravioli - Jumbo ravioli is stuffed with cremini and portobella mushrooms and topped with a sauteed mushroom marsala wine sauce to make the perfect fall meal. Plus, mushrooms are a fabulous addition to any diet. They're one of the few vegetables considered to be a good source of edible Vitamin D, which is vital for our systems. They're also a good source of calcium (and we all know how important that is! You remember those milk mustache ads, right?). And if you're diabetic, guess what's a seriously excellent benefit of mushrooms? Mushrooms are considered good for helping manage diabetes, as they contain natural insulin and enzymes which help the body break down sugar and starch in other foods. Sweet!

Honestly, we have even more on the way, but we don't want to overwhelm you with our awesomeness. *wink* So for now, check out these great meals and then let us know what you think by emailing us a testimonial! Go - eat, drink and be merry!