What You'll Get
Throughout history, humans have sought out oracles, climbed mountains, and traveled to the edge of the known world in order to find an answer to one question: what’s for dinner? Today’s Groupon answers this primal question with a minimum of heroic hardship: for $75, new customers can enjoy four convenient, self-assembled meals for four to six people (a $95 value), plus two ready-made appetizers, sides, meals, or desserts regularly priced at $15 or lower from Let's Dish! (up to a $125 total value). You don't have to worry about going to the grocery store, preparation, or cleanup—simply order your desired dinners online, then go to a Let's Dish! location and assemble a masterpiece of a meal to be frozen and cooked at your convenience. Your Groupon is redeemable at Let’s Dish!’s Apple Valley, Blaine, Eden Prairie, Edina, Maple Grove, St. Paul, and Woodbury locations.
Let’s Dish! founders and native Minnesotans Ruth Lundquist and Darcy Olson rescue the harried and the hungry from culinary uncertainty by whisking them away to a fluffy cloud of meringue on an Airbus A380 made out of Worcestershire. Here’s how it works: You create a Let’s Dish! account online and select the meals for your desired menu. After clearing room in your freezer, schedule your in-store session online and then stop into Let's Dish! to prepare your four entrees just the way you like them, adding as much bacon, saffron, newt’s eyes, or love as needed to suit the tastes of you and your family. When you finish, take each dish home to eat or store at your leisure. The family-sized portions can be divided in-store to make eight meals for two or three people, giving overworked roommates, busy couples, singles looking to spice up their typical eating routines, and shortstop-less softball teams a better last-minute dinner option than “left-over taco shells filled with peanut butter and jelly.”
Let’s Dish!’s super-fresh ingredients are already diced, sliced, and ready to go—it’s like the sophisticated Victorian cousin of boorish, greasy, modern-day fast food. Popular dishes include bacon-wrapped chicken stuffed with cream cheese, wine-country meatloaf with garlic mashers, and Caesar-brushed mahimahi. Additionally, this Groupon will get you two ready-made items from the store's freezer to complement, conflict with, or just kind of be cool with your hand-prepared meals. Make memories along with meals by bringing the kids to one of Let’s Dish!’s interactive, family-friendly sessions. Kids ages 12 and older are welcome anytime, and children 8 and older are welcome during special parent-kid sessions held on the second Friday of each month.
- I think Let's Dish is a lot of fun. It is great to go with a friend and split meals. I always have a blast when I go and you walk away feeling like you accomplished something! – Erin K., Insider Pages
- In your 2 hours, you will come home with 8-12 assembled meals ready to go into your freezer. You then just take them out and cook them! Wow, dinner made easy! – Tammy K., Insider Pages
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Redeem starting 4/29. Valid for new customers only. Valid for ready-made items priced $15 or lower only. Must pick up both ready-made items on day of in-store session. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Let's Dish!
At Let's Dish!, families select healthy, hearty meals to eat at home without having to dedicate valuable time to planning, shopping, or preparation. After placing an order online, patrons stop by the shop at a scheduled time to find dishes that are made from fresh ingredients, customized to taste, and then, like Sleeping Beauty, frozen to prevent them from aging. Meal menus rotate monthly and include homestyle selections, such as cheesy chipotle-chicken enchiladas, pulled pork with mashed potatoes, and rosemary and mustard grilled flank steak. The preassembled Dish-n-Dash entrees allow for speedy pickup service, freeing families to spend more quality bonding time sorting the mail by size and color.