To be continued…
Written Wednesday, March 16
I’m a believer!
This place rocked!
I had a completely wrong concept in my mind on what “Time for Dinner” was. Here’s how it REALLY works.
Here are some pictures to help you visualize the process:
On our way in to “Time for Dinner,” cooler in hand.
Three excited woman, ready to get their hands dirty!
|Leslie (sister), Janny (mom), and me|
So this is a picture of a food assembly station. They have all of the ingredients, utensils, the recipe and simple directions right in front of you. Cooking has never been so easy!
Here is me at my first food station- in deep concentration.
Sisters hard at work!
Janny hopped in to help too.
Here’s a picture of my completed Chicken Spiedini.
One of the great things about this place is that there is no clean up required! You simply just move to the next station when you’re done putting together your meal.
Those top two racks are all entrees for Austin and I! Twelve meals total in my deep freeze right now! They include: Crab Ragoon Chicken, Chicken Spiedini, Caramel Apple French Toast, Beef Burgundy Stew, Bacon Wrapped Bistro Steak and Asian Pork Medallions.
Pricing for these meals weren’t all that bad. For six entree servings, it cost around 20 bucks. When you consider how many ingredients you have to go buy to make a meal like this, it seems worth it. Not to mention the ease of taking one hour to have 10-12 dinners ready to cook.
It’s safe to say, I’m probably heading back to “Time for Dinner.”