Hungry children, much like manipulative potted plants, have been known to succumb to savagery when faced with a barren tablescape. Prevent a mealtime melee with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of self-assembled or premade family meals from Dinners Done Right. Choose between the following locations: Tacoma and Lacey.
Dinners Done Right offers working parents a healthy alternative to fast food with monthly changing menus of healthy and balanced meals assembled in-store. Each dinner-assembling station is complete with easy-to-follow instructions, washed and prepped ingredients, and all the food-assembling supplies you’ll need to build your meals, freeing you to arrive empty handed and exit with two huge handfuls of healthy meals, which generally feed one to six hungry humans. If you'd rather spend your assembly time assembling a diorama of last week's soccer game, you can set up a time to come by and pick up your order, already made and ready to be cooked.
Alternately, Dinners Done Right Tonight soups up smaller servings of prefashioned dishes, such as a california-bacon chicken pocket ($18.95–$23.95) or double-sausage stir fry ($18.95–$23.95). Meal starters ($69+) and premade Tonight selections—much like the Big Dipper and the Little Dipper—both vary by night and location.
Dinners Done Right works as a healthy alternative for working parents to provide their starved saplings with home-cooked meals on the go. Reward yourself for your noble but time-consuming career as a stationary silver-kissed human statue with a week’s worth of premade meals, or gift this Groupon to your sister to feed her brood six, satisfying, low-maintenance suppers.
Dinners Done Right
When even the most inexperienced chef visits Dinners Done Right's spacious kitchen, she can whip up 12 meals in two hours; gourmet ones—from apricot-glazed pork roast to chicken fajitas. It all sounds a bit unrealistic, until you consider the hefty head start visitors have on the typical from-scratch cook, who typically only has scratch. The building blocks for each of their meals await—freshly pre-cut and prepped—at stations throughout the company's kitchen. With the assistance of a hostess, easy-to-follow instructions, and all the necessary kitchen tools, visitors simply combine the ingredients into freezer-ready containers, first seasoning them to taste with a host of spices and herbs. When customers get home, they can freeze their handiwork for a future quick and easy meal or bake, grill, or slow-cook it to impress dinner guests on the spot.