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October 30, 2008



Some day's I wish we had this kind of service in my area... but the waste! We have very poor recycling here too so almost all of that packaging would go straight to the land fill!

Lisa K.

We have been ordering Cook! SF meals once a month (thanks to your suggestion!), and I find that it's a perfect interval, and not too expensive. When we go out to eat, we always spend way more, and don't have leftovers for the next day.

This last round, I ordered the gourmet meal for two (plus appetizer and dessert (about $35), since my 2 year-old doesn't really eat a full portion of anything, and it was the perfect amount for all 3 of us.

The staff is very friendly and willing to help, and I am really enjoying this service. I only wish I had the bankroll to order every week! It would make Wednesdays a whole lot better :)

cat/bad kitty

Okay, but this is my issue with all things that get delivered with ice packs: what do you do with them? If we lived in that perfect world and could afford to get it 1x or 2x/week, what would we do with all of the ice packs? There's no where to recycle them!

End of crazy.

That chicken looks DELICIOUS!

Kim S.

I used this service last year using an introductory price. We really liked it and the directions were simple enough for my husband (who doesn't cook) to make the meal.

It is out of our price range for regular use, but we kept the cooking instructions card and have gone back to use it several times to recreate the dishes.

This would be a great gift idea for new parents...

Lisa K.

@Bad Kitty, when they come to deliver the next meal, they take the cooler bags and ice packs back to reuse them for other customers. They charge you a 5$ cooler deposit, to make sure you give them back each time. So far, it's worked very well!

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