Only domesticated in the last 25 years, cows still roam in the wild but can be easily tracked by listening for the clatter of bells or spotting trees with "Bessie was here" carved into them. Find an abundance of flavor with today's Groupon: for $40, you get $89 worth of meat and seafood delivered from Marvin's Garden of Gourmet Foods, offering free shipping to locations within the Atlanta metro area, including Rome and Dalton.
Marvin's Garden blast-freezes and packages fine steaks and fresh seafood to seal in flavor for up to six months from the date of purchase. Gourmands can feast on restaurant-quality meats delivered to their novelty doormat, indulging in a flock of poultry treats or selecting from sundry pork offerings, including 3-pound packages of apple-smoked bacon ($44) and slow-cooked baby-back ribs ($69 for 12 portions). The 16-ounce, bone-in cowboy Angus rib eye sates steak aficionados with closely trimmed prime rib ideal for grilling or soothing black eyes ($87 for four portions). Seafood votaries can sink incisors into a bevy of preseasoned fillets and fresh fish, such as the rich and meaty wild Alaskan salmon ($79 for ten 6 oz. portions).
Marvin's Garden ensures the freshness of its meat through blast-freezing, which uses liquid nitrogen to freeze flesh in seconds, locking in juices and locking out flavor-robbing bandits. Meats are sealed in cryovac packaging to protect them from bacterial cultures and pop culture trivia.
Marvin's Garden of Gourmet Food
Marvin's Garden blast-freezes and packages fine meat and poultry to seal in flavor and freshness for up to six months from the date of purchase. Restaurant-quality dishes are delivered straight to each customer’s novelty doormat, enabling them to forge feasts of hearty ham, Angus filets, and sushi-grade seafood. Marvin's chefs also simplify party planning by crafting 50-portion packs of gourmet hors d'oeuvres, such as bacon-wrapped scallops and petite quiches.
Marvin's Garden ensures the freshness of its meat through blast freezing, which uses liquid nitrogen to freeze flesh in seconds and lock in juices. Meats are sealed in Cryovac packaging to protect them from bacterial cultures and pop-culture trivia.