To have everything prepared -- ingredients cut up, spices with the appropriate measuring utensil, and packaging easily accessible -- is one of the many reasons I'm going back next month. I think I'll actually end up using my money more wisely if I dedicate $100 a month to meals that can be stored in the freezer for up to 8 weeks. There's going to be less food thrown away and more food eaten! Especially for a gluten-free, single lady, who's busy busy busy...Let's Dish is my new best friend.
Of course, I can't just rave about all of this without actually talking about the real results. If the food was gross, I would not suggest or recommend Let's Dish. While it's nothing extraordinarily gourmet, the food is darn good. I have now eaten the Honey Dijon Chicken with Roasted Carrots, Louisiana Jambalaya, Pesto Salmon, Sweet Potato Fries, and Ranch Potato Chips. I still am looking forward to the Herbed Steaks.
The Honey Dijon Chicken, in my opinion, was a little plain; however, if I decide to make it again, I'll just make it with a little extra sauce, which would take it up that extra notch. The Louisiana Jambalaya was a hit, and so easy to cook. Instead of using their chicken base (which is not gluten-free), it was suggested that when I prepared the dish, I replace the water with chicken broth. Absolutely no problem -- a box of Kitchen Basics Chicken broth -- done.
My ultimate favorite, at the moment, is the Pesto Salmon. Seriously, this dish is extraordinary. I cut a slit in the top of the aluminum foil packet (still frozen), set the packet on a cookie sheet, put it in the oven, and 50 minutes later I was eating some of the tastiest salmon I have eaten in quite some time.
I'm signed up to go dish in April, and I'm looking forward to it.