I was so happy to check out Foodery over the past few weeks. For those who haven’t heard of it before, it’s a Boston-based meal delivery service that focuses on sourcing locally and creating healthy, delicious, meals.
What makes Foodery a bit different than some of the other meal-delivery services is that their meals arrive cooked. When the food arrives, all you have to do to is prepare it is follow their reheating instructions. The meals will stay good in your fridge for a few days, so you just heat it up when you feel like having it.
For me, the service is so perfect for so many reasons. As someone who doesn’t like to cook much (mostly because I usually don’t get home until later in the evening, and if I start to prepare something that takes a long time to make — it’ll basically be time for bed as soon as dinner is ready!), it’s nice to have a meal that takes just a few minutes to heat up and tastes great. Second, if you’re living alone or even with one other person, it’s hard to grocery shop in a way that you can use everything efficiently and create interesting and unique meals. With Foodery, you can order their meals in as small as two servings. When I tried it out, I had one serving for dinner, and one for lunch the next day. It was perfect!
Now, onto their delicious creations.
I tried out four Foodery meals (two meals during two separate weeks). So I picked out my meals from a variety of options online, and had it delivered on a Sunday. Foodery has two delivery days per week, Wednesday and Sunday, and as I mentioned before — the meals are good for a few days, so you can make it through the week on Foodery if you’d like. Also, there's no subscription required, so you can order meals whenever you feel like it without making a commitment.
The first dish I tried was the Punjabi Samosa Cakes, which came with rice, string beans, and chickpeas.
Next, the Chicken Pad Thai with Peanut Sauce. It was probably my favorite out of the four meals that I tried!
The following week, I went for some dishes on the healthier side.
I got the Asian Chicken Power Bowl complete with edamame, cabbage, carrots, peanuts, and more. I loved this one too, and it was so good for lunch the next day.
My last meal was their Falafel Mezze Platter, complete with falafel, a salad, olives, hummus, beets, and more.
Check out more on the Foodery here. I highly recommend it for anybody looking for an easy way to get a few delicious and healthy meals each week. And you can use my code BOSTONFOODIES for $20 off your order.
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