I know a lot of people are taking this time at home to hone their cooking skills, while others are doing their best to #SupportLocal by ordering take out… but did you know you could do a little of both at the same time?
Tons of restaurants are doing meal kits — yeah, like those types of meal kits, where you get alllll the ingredients plus instructions on how to make your fave meals from restaurants at home!
Again, this is a new trend all around town, but here are five kits I think are great and give some variety. (Remember to tip, y’all!!)
Breakfast options from Dish Society
Don’t sleep on breakfast or brunch, y’all! Dish Society has several options for you with either tacos or a traditional family breakfast. They also have several other meal options and a virtual farmer’s market for supplies (they even have TP!). I also love that you can opt to donate a meal to a medical professional for just $15.
Get your grill on with Hopdoddy
You can order Hopdoddy’s burgers especially rare nowadays with their Quarantine Together Meal Kit that comes with FIVE servings (!!) and all the fixins for only $25.
Front Porch Picnic from Mutiny Wine Room
Join the Heights’ newest wine room in their Friday Front Porch Picnic! The package is $28 and includes some delicious meats, cheeses, and sides (the dried peaches are absolutely incredible!). You can add TWO bottles of wine (a red and a rose) to make it $80. Mutiny Wine Room has set up a tent where their valet usually is to make it a drive-thru experience.
Daily dinner from Sixty Vines
Every day, Sixty Vines is cooking up a new meal kit and promoting it on their Instagram page! It’s $60 and looks like it serves 2 usually. They do make a set amount, so it’s a first-come, first-serve basis.
Oven-fresh cookies from The Roastery
You can order The Roastery’s full menu to-go or on Favor Delivery, but the pro move is to get cookie dough for $10 so that you can make oven-fresh cookies at home! They also are selling a cute H-town t-shirts for $20!