Ever wish you the weekly groceries you need to create healthy, Latin meals would magically show up on your doorstep? TLK has joined up with Plated to make your wishes come true!
Here's how it works: Every Monday at noon, Plated posts yummy recipes from different chefs, each a full meal. You pick out the recipes you want and Plated delivers all the ingredients (perfectly portioned out) to your door. No muss, no fuss, no waste! You can order as little or as much as you want, no subscription fee required. And every meal is designed to go from box to dinner table in 30 to 40 minutes, flat.
If that isn't reason enough to get join up, here's one more: Every week in October, Plated will feature new meals composed of recipes from The Latin Kitchen! They give you a menu of our Latin-inspired meals, you take your pick, and they deliver all the ingredients you need to cook your friends and family a well balanced, gourmet meal.
And rest assured, you'll have the best products available. Plated works extra hard to source local ingredients from high quality suppliers and sustainable farmers, packaging everything in 100 percent recyclable and biodegradable boxes that are custom made to keep you food cool (so there's no need to rush home for a delivery!).
Just to get your taste buds tingling, here are a few of the TLK recipes Plated will be offering:
Best part? You get a $24 discount, just ‘cause we love you. To redeem the discount (good for 2 free plates on a minimum order of 4 plates with a shipping and handling fee of $9.99), simply enter the code: platedlatina at checkout. It's time to get shopping!
The best way to learn the true secrets of a Latin kitchen is to get out there and explore its origins!
On a daily basis, The Latin Kitchen will head Out in the World, enlisting the help of some food-savvy global and local contributors who are eating, drinking, and discovering the latest trends, hotspots, chefs, and news growing in the Latin food space. Whether its the latest spirit coming out of South America, a street food experience in the Caribbean, chef headlines from Spain or food festival coverage from cities around the United States, this blog will report back the Latin food stories you won't find anywhere else.