EAT | restaurant recipe kits ~ part two
I recently wrote a blog post listing '12 restaurant recipe kits' I have my eye on, but since writing, I've stumbled upon more, and well, it would be rude not to share them with you. So, here's part two of my list of finish-at-home meal kits from some of the country's best restaurants, all available for nationwide delivery.
Here's part two of the list:
The Tramshed Project
one for the weekend, this lamb feast seems like good value and you can add your cocktail of choice to the menu too ~ negroni for me, always!
My Neighbours the Dumplings
my little boy LOVES dumplings, so much so we spent Christmas day in NYC a couple of years ago eating dumplings in China Town. So when I heard this small, indie chain were offering nationwide delivery I ordered straight away ready to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Nopi | Ottolenghi
Ottolenghi has joined Dispatch, and this master stock chicken sounds like the perfect replacement for your usual Sunday roast - and with a side of marinated radishes and a rhubarb pud there's a romantic pink theme if you're in need of a Valentine's day meal.
The Cinnamon Club
swap your usual Indian takeaway for a four course feast from the award-winning Cinnamon Club.
I absolutely love this tapas bar in Bristol and am so excited to see they're now offering national delivery for a Chef's menu feast. This is going to the top of my list.
at less than £30, this is an affordable taco kit with plenty of additional add ons to choose from such as margaritas or jars of pickled red onions, yum.
when my partner, Andy and I first started dating, we would walk to the next town along from us which has a brilliant seafood bar and we'd eat a slow lunch of lobster, chips & homemade mayonnaise with a bottle of wine in their tiny courtyard. Always with the intention of walking it off, but quickly deciding a cab home would be a better idea. It became something of a routine, and as such, lobster will always remind me of those carefree early dating days. Rick Stein's at home kit of scallops to start, then grilled lobster would take me back to that summer of love!