What You'll Get
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- One Week of Meals for Two (Six Total Meals)
- Two Weeks of Meals for Two (Total Total Meals)
- Fresh ingredients for three or six separate meals, designed to be cooked in 15 minutes or less
- Fully-customized personal dashboard to select meal preferences such as vegetarian or pescatarian, meal quantities, and future orders
- A personal note from the CEO
Gobble shops, chops, and delivers everything you need to sizzle your way to homemade gourmet meals in under 15 minutes. The executive chef sources high-quality products from local farms to create healthy dishes around 500–700 calories. Check out the upcoming menu here.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. New members only. Online registration required. Credit card required upon redemption to complete order. All purchasers are opted into weekly delivery service upon redemption; can be cancelled at any time by following instructions here. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Short-rib sliders. Jamaican jerk chicken. Mediterranean platters. Gobble helps busy families and kitchen novices create a range of gourmet dinners in 15 minutes with one pan. Here's how it works: customers sign up to browse a menu filled with globally inspired dishes, which change weekly to keep palates curious. Customers receive their dinners in a refrigerated box on a consistent day every week—complete with pre-chopped produce, pre-made sauces, and marinated proteins. While meals can be stored for up to a week, they can be prepared for lunch or dinner in as little as ten minutes with minimal cooking utensils and appliances. This emphasis on crafting quick gourmet dinners has earned Gobble plenty of notice from the foodie community; their positive press includes clippings from The Wall Street Journal, the Huffington Post, and TechCrunch.