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February 3, 2014

 

Meal Kit

Atlanta’s Emily Golub is a fan of farm-fresh food and home cooking. She knows others are too. That is why she started Garnish & Gather. 

The Atlanta-based company offers gourmet meal kits that include everything you need to make a simple, seasonal and tasty dinner for two or four people. Here’s how it works:

  1. You choose dinners and groceries from G&G’s weekly menu of seasonal recipes.
  2. They prep all the raw ingredients in the right portions.
  3. They deliver your local, farm-fresh meal kits to your home (extra $10) or a convenient pick-up location on Mondays.
  4. You cook and share a delicious dinner with friends and family.

With a subscription, which is flexible and can be paused or canceled at any time, prices range from $30 for a meal for two to $60 a meal for four people. One-time orders range from $35 to $65. Gift subscriptions (for new parents or birthdays) are also available.

A recent menu included kale, mushroom and goat cheese wilted salad with spice-rubbed chicken. There was also a spiced pear sausage with bacon, turnip and cabbage.The menu, which changes weekly, always includes a vegetarian meal.

Along with dinners, the company’s Local Provisions Shop offers various staples, including Carlton Farm eggs, cheese from CalyRoad Creamery, Atlanta Fresh Greek Yogurt, Pine Street Market bacon and H&F bread.

If you like to cook, but don’t like or have the time to plan meals and shop, visit www.garnishandgather.com.

First-time customers will receive 20 percent off their first order by using the code “cooking” at checkout.

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