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Great idea, seems a bit costly though - Review by Lynda W | Dream Dinners

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Great idea, seems a bit costly though 4/7/2006

Dream Dinners is a very interesting concept: put together a variety of meals in one session (2-3 hours) in order to save time at home. You choose the number of meals you wish to premake (minimum 6; maximum 12). You prepay and choose a day/night to come and make them. When you arrive, all of the prep work is done -- no need to cut or wash or run to the store. All of the ingrediants are right at your fingertips, along with the recipes needed. You start at one station and make a meal (you are making the meal in a freezer container). When you are done, you seal it up, put it in your cooler (which you have to bring from home), wash your hands and go to the next station to make the next meal. For about $200+, you can leave with about 12 meals. Each meal should feed 4-5 people. I was invited to check out Dream Dinners at a sample party. The food I sampled was delicious AND then I got to make that dish to take home. Definitely yummy food. And that evening it was free due to it being a sample party hosted by a friend who goes there frequently. Now, looking over the prices, I did think it was a bit pricey -- but then I am a very very very very frugal shopper. I'd think for a family who doesn't use grocery store coupons or shop frugally, the prices wouldn't be on the expensive side. The staff was wonderfully friendly. I was quite impressed how they stressed washing hands between dishes in order to maintain a clean working environment. I'm not sure I could dish out the money for 12 of their meals BUT I did tell my husband that I would love a gift certificate to Dream Dinners. more
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