Plated is an online food delivery service, shipping fresh and local ingredients to your door.
Here’s how it works: Each week, Plated chefs create seven different recipes, including four meat and fish dishes and three vegetarian options. All of the ingredients for the recipes arrive fresh to you in a 100 percent recyclable, biodegradable box. Follow the step-by-step directions for cooking your meal. Recipes include shrimp, bacon and broccoli stir fry; curried eggplant with tomatoes and Thai basil; vegetarian chili with sweet potatoes; and steak with pear and radicchio salad. Ingredients are sourced from local suppliers and American farmers to ensure freshness and quality.
Plated ships to 80 percent of the continental United States. Enter your zip code on the website to see if delivery is available in your neighborhood. Delivery days vary depending on location.
An annual membership is $8 per month, paid annually as a one-time fee. The monthly membership costs $10 per month, billing monthly so you can cancel at any time. If you want to try Plated before becoming a member, purchase a meal a la carte for $15. Or give a Plated gift card to your favorite aspiring chef.
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