Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Dinner Time

2 posts in one week? Do I get an award or something? I (with the help of friends) have found an incredible place to do great suppers. Ours is locally based, but I know there are chains available. You sign up for the amount of meals and which specific meals you want to make. You show up. The give you an apron, show you the fridge and the stations and you create your meals. They are packaged in freezer safe containers and then you take home and bake! I love this! We've saved money, had GREAT food, and have tried things I probably wouldn't have made had I seen the list of ingredients! If you have one in your neighborhood, I definitely recommend checking it out! My kids eating the Parmesan Encrusted Chicken with Pesto Sauce will second that!

7 comments:

Stephanie said...

I think I know what you're talking about Melanie. It's called SupperThyme. Nashville has one and I'm bummed because I found out about it after I left. I understand it's a little pricey but for the quality and quantity of food you get, it's so worth it. Maybe Chattanooga will open one up soon.

Melanie said...

Up here we have Time for Dinner (my pick), Meal Makers, Let's Dish, and some others.

Rachel said...

Sounds like a great thing!! I might have to give it a try sometime.

Deborah said...

I was just looking at the menu for one of those down here where we live and thought, "Hmmm, I probably ought to try this out." If for no other reason than to get out of the house kid-less and feel like I'm doing something productive!

Maybe your blog was a "sign" that I should do it!?

jenny biz said...

I have done our version of it down here. It was fun and so super convenient!!! Looks like you guys have had a great summer!! Tell Ashlyn that Malaya and I are so proud of her pulling her tooth!!! Love you guys!!!

Liz Moore said...

In the spirit of playing the game, you have been tagged. Check out my post today for the rules. Sorry!
Blessings, Liz

Ronda said...

I went to Super Suppers and loved it but Dave thought it was too expensive.