With a shiny, new meal delivery service popping up nearly every week, family dinnertime hassles should be a thing of the past, right? But if your family eschews meat, gluten, peanuts or other specific ingredients, knowing that your meals are delivered right to your doorstep and safe from allergens and cross-contamination can be a hard pill to swallow. So we’ve rounded up the best services that accommodate every type of special dietary need for you and your gang to try, so you can find healthy and delicious family meal delivery services to suit your lifestyle. Click through to see them all!
A small, boutique, his & hers meal delivery service that's been feeding local families since the 1980s. Run by husband-and-wife culinary team Jessie and Laurent Boucher, their creations are made from fresh local ingredients, and their weekly menus have a huge selection of delicious entrees for delivery. With 30 years' experience this duo has home delivery down to a science, but with all the old-school personal touches so it feels just like home cookin' at its best. The first step is a phone conversation, not just a fill-in field on a website. There is a thoughtful, intentional discussion about your family's every need before they head off into the chef's kitchen and whip up what can only be described as customized masterpieces. There is no dietary restriction too big or too small for these chefs! Grilled Niman Ranch tri tip arrives lightly seared to perfection and ready to nosh at perfect medium rare and is melt in your mouth divine, while the bright creme fraiche horseradish has a kick but never too spicy for little palates. Allergies? Schmallergies: absolutely none with Mme Jessie et Monsieur Laurent at the helm. Their lovingly salted caramel baby bundt cakes are luscious and absolutely charming - reminiscent of a fancy-schmancy restaurant, like fine dining out, only at your own table.
Cost: $70 minimum (approx 3 small entrees plus a small side of the week)
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