Sometimes there aren't enough hours in the day to cook, either because of daylight savings time or time-gobbling time-goblins. Squeeze out all the hours from your day-rag with today's Groupon: for $25, you get four prepared meals, two portions of the salad bar with your choice of two mix-ins, delivery, and a free cooler bag from What’s Cooking! in Ann Arbor (a $60 value).
What’s Cooking!'s cooking is packaged in sturdy containers and arrives totally ready to be popped in the microwave, providing you with several days of healthy, creative meals. What’s Cooking!'s chefs eschew MSG, artificial sweeteners, and high-fructose corn syrup to ensure fresh veggies, whole grains, and other beneficial ingredients arrive at your mouth's gate unencumbered by chemical baggage. Like the slowest county-fair Ferris wheel ever, the menu changes weekly. Dishes such as grilled tofu with jasmine-turmeric rice and a side of sweet mango dipping sauce ($10) provide taste buds with flavors from across the globe, while a grilled marinated flat-iron steak ($11) endows them with a meateor of classic taste. Top a double order of romaine or spinach salad with your choice of a pair of extras such as gorgonzola cheese, grape tomatoes, or slivered almonds ($5). Contact What’s Cooking! to set up your free delivery anywhere in Ann Arbor.
- Her customers are equally enthusiastic. Marietta Van Buhler, mother of the two strapping (6'4") teens mentioned above, has this to say about her experience as a What's Cooking Ann Arbor customer: "I was feeling bad with the amount of fast food supplementing that I was relying on to feed my family - and when I saw Stacy's 'What's Cooking' advertised with fresh and healthy whole grains and great taste... I gave it a try... it was everything she promised and then some. She cooks the way I would for my family if I had time." – Jennifer Haines, AnnArbor.com
- Using healthy ingredients such as whole grains, fresh vegetables and as many organic foods as possible, Williams has banned trans fats, high-fructose corn syrup, and MSG from her kitchen. – Jon Zemke, Metromode