Today’s Groupon cuts out dinner indecision with $70 worth of prepared gourmet food from What’s For Dinner for $35. Take the cuisine of a ritzy restaurant and enjoy it on the table you know and love with the trustworthy silverware that’s never let you down.
Chef Jim Crabtree brings top-of-the-line fare to the doors of Portlanders. All of What’s For Dinner’s savory meals are professionally prepared and flash-frozen weekly to ensure ultimate freshness from the What's For Dinner kitchen to your pristine oven. Bypass the groceries and pick the prepared entrees, sides, and desserts of your fancy. What's For Dinner has more than 300 proven recipes and a weekly rotating menu.
Start your meal with a fresh fall apple and fennel salad with gorgonzola cheese ($4.25) or a cranberry pecan salad with chevre ($6). Pair a side of mashed potatoes with caramelized onions ($4.25) with the low-fat chicken picatta ($13.50) or the barbecue flank steak with bourbon-chutney glaze ($14.95). Go international and give your family a taste of Thai cuisine at home with the massaman beef curry ($13.95), or opt for the Italian sausage lasagna ($13.95).
Free yourself from the daunting decisions you face in front of canned soup shelves. With $70 worth of gourmet meals, you can feed up to six people with full-course meals or sate 10 guests on handpicked entrees. Pick up your meals at the 8235 SE 13th Avenue location or have it delivered to you for another $10. Healthy, well-prepared food saves days of mulling in the spice aisle, sobbing over chopped onions, scrubbing burnt rice off pans, and bleaching the mixing spoon. Get your Groupon!
Note: Each entrée can feed two adults. Delivery is available to the Portland metro area, from Hillsboro to Gresham and Columbia River to Wilsonville.
Portland Citysearchers give What’s For Dinner a perfect five stars:
- What's For Dinner is a godsend! The food is fantastic - delicious, gourmet meals that are affordable and generous regarding portions. – zimmdogg
- We've been using Whats for Dinner for several years and have never been disappointed. His portions are HUGE. The meat is always trimmed and the best cuts. – spalanuk
- The weekly menu provides great variety and has given us an opportunity to try some gourmet dishes that I would never take the time to prepare. – diamoncp
Rejected Developmental Dishes
In order to stay on the cutting edge of gourmet trends, What's For Dinner considers any and all new exciting culinary possibilities. Many experiments, however, don’t make the cut. Here are some entrees recently rejected from its laboratory kitchen:
- Orange Soda Chicken
- Uncle David’s Divorce-Chili-for-One
- Gym-Bag-Poached Halibut
- Baked Potato Chock-Full-of-Rubies
- Bagel cats
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