Today's Groupon frees you from the daunting decisions of canned-soup shelves: get 12 gourmet, pre-packaged, well-balanced meals designed by world-famous chefs Graham Kerr (TV's "The Galloping Gourmet") and Karl Guggenmos from Day-by-Day Gourmet. For all 12 tasty, one-portion meals, you pay only $59 (normally $99). Each perfectly portioned, healthy meal saves you days of mulling in the spice aisle, sobbing over chopped onions, scrubbing burnt rice off pans, and bleaching the mixing spoon.
Each meal is under $5—cheaper than the BK Quad Stacker and pretty much anything you can buy in the grocery store (other than a box of JIFFY), a single apple, or possibly two apples (depending on price of apples).
Day-by-Day Gourmet's healthy, mouth-watering meals are more user-friendly than the supermarket self-checkout robot, and they all contain less than 500 calories.
Internationally renowned chef, author, and television personality Graham Kerr utilizes “Minimax,” an approach to good nutrition that maximizes taste, aroma, color, and texture so that healthy choices become an everyday indulgence. Choose any combination of 12 one-portion meals from Kerr's monthly menu. Savor them alone by candlelight or host a dinner party on the fly—each meal only takes about 15 to 20 minutes to fully cook. Order your entrees online and pick them up from either of Day-by-Day Gourmet's Puyallup or Lynnwood locations at the scheduled pickup times.
Savory August offerings include Punjabi pork curry, gold medal apple BBQ chicken, Cajun jambalaya, and English cottage pie. Each balanced, low-calorie meal is packed full of flavor to satisfy your gourmet gusto. If you have allergies, dietary restrictions, or just don't like mushrooms, Day-by-Day Gourmet is happy to accommodate you.
- Graham Kerr has done it! He's found a way to go from TV to cookbook to actually having ready-to-take-home meals available at his new company, Day-by-Day Gourmet. We've found the food to be delicious, affordable, convenient to prepare at home, and really, really healthy. We've both lost some weight already, and we look forward to the great flavors at dinner time. – Don Neuman, Merchant Circle
- I love the way that Minimax is laid out, it is exceptionally clear, and you simply have to try his breakfast recipe with heart healthy granola, plain yogurt, kiwi fruit and strawberries - you will think you died and went to heaven!!!! ...Buy It and put it next to your Julia Child cookbooks and Joy of Cooking - you will be using it that often! – Jeanniemac, Amazon
- Graham shows that by going a little bit further in the preperation [sic] and ingredient buying of well-known meals a meal can be made not only more delcious [sic] but leaner and more nutritious. Kerr offer's healthy variations on american dishes and I don't mean in a "lite" way, when placed side-by-side as he nornally [sic] does on the show you can see how much of an improvement Kerr's "Minimax" dishes make over the original. – Steve West