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What You'll Get
Some of the best things in life arrive fully assembled, such as motorcycles and newborn babies. Get dinner pre-put together with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of ready-to-cook meals at Dinners Done Right in Springfield.
Dinners Done Right assists those with little time for meal prep by offering delicious dinners made with high-quality ingredients. Customers can either assemble their own meals in DDR's warm, inviting kitchen, or have the friendly staff do the assembling instead. Avoid the hassle of shopping, dicing, slicing, and learning recipe-speak by turning to the simple online order form—after selecting a meal-assembly time, hungry patrons choose a package, such as a single ready-to-cook meal (2–3 servings, $18.95) or three self-prepared meals (4–6 servings, $69). Then, fast foodies pick a nutritious entree from the monthly changing menu. Test your taste buds with argentine meat empanadas, whose light and flaky dough is stuffed with seasoned ground beef, chilies, cilantro, and onions, or devour the maple-mop boneless pork chops, which are coated in a sweet and savory combination of maple syrup, sherry, chipotle chilies, and spices.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must order at least 24-hrs in advance. By appointment only. Closed Sun., Mon., and Thurs. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dinners Done Right
Dinners Done Right liberates families from the time-consuming task of menu-planning by offering ready-made dinner ideas and the recipes and ingredients to make them. Customers bring home and cook seasonally rotating grub packages that could include fresh seafood, pasta, or comfort-food entrees. The food factory also invites patrons to attend build-your-own meal sessions, which are more hands-on than a patty-cake tournament. A series of workstations create an in-store dinner assembly line stocked with the tools and ingredients to help create multiple meals to stock empty freezers.