Thanks to my very kind co-workers and a necessary knee surgery, I was introduced to this fabulous business through a gift certificate. I was thrilled, of course, but I wondered if the food would be good and how much preparation it would require. Well, the food is fantastic! There is a great selection of entrees and side dishes to choose from on the nicely designed and user-friendly website. Some items are comfort food, some are gourmet, and some are 'sounds fun to make but I probably wouldn't take the time to buy all the ingredients and do all the work'. You know, the perfect mix. Besides the food being great, I think there are two things that really set 'What's for Dinner?' apart from seemingly similar businesses. First, the completed meals are delivered right to your front door. Not home? Jim will put them in the cooler you leave by the front door. Second, the food is already prepared and in the baking dish. My husband was the chef while I was recovering and I asked him what additional steps he had to take to prepare everything. ""Well, the most difficult thing I had to do was brush milk on the Chimichangas."" In other words, you take off the lid with the cooking instructions, sometimes cover with foil (or brush milk on the Chimichangas!), and pop it into the oven. A few years ago, I tried one of the meal preparation businesses. They put all the raw ingredients together for me, but I had to take my cooler and pick everything up at their business, each dinner was separated into multiple plastic bags, and there were always quite a few preparation steps which meant dirtying lots of pots and pans. And, the quality and taste of the food wasn't consistent. So, for the same amount of money (yes, the SAME amount of money), I can get better food, better service and a lot more convenience with 'What's for Dinner?'. This is truly completed gourmet food right to your front door. I will continue to spoil myself and my family with this service even when the knee is healed!