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How does Plated work?


How does Plated work?

New York transit is full of advertisements.  I often have one of the moments where I say to myself “OOOOhhh I want to try that”, however by the time you make it off the train and get distracted by everything else the city throws at you, my “oooohhh” moments just fall to the wayside.  A while back, I noticed an advertisement for “Plated” and had one of those moments.  And now I can share with you how one of those moments actually happened!

Here is how Plated works…

1.  Sign up for Plated

Let them know how often you’d like to cook and what you like to eat.

2.  Pick your recipes

Choose from 9 exciting new recipes each week—desserts optional.

3.  Get your weekly box

Receive everything you need in an insulated box packed with care.

4.  Cook amazing meals

Follow simple recipe steps to create impressive dinners worth sharing.

It really is that easy!  I had so much fun cooking this Asian Chickpea Bowl.  I will feature the other I made later this week.  Plated makes you feel like a chef.  I would have never cooked anything like this, EVER!  And after all of your handwork you get to eat it and it was super yummy.  Grocery shopping is so hard for me because of the waste.  I try to shop for two meals at a time to cut down on waste.  Plated is perfect because it is proportioned and I always have enough to take for lunch the next day!  I would recommend this to anyone, single or families.  The delivery is reliable and the meals are good!  Stay tuned for my next “Plated Dish.”


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Talk about an evening to remember!  I had such a fun time at “Light up Lexington” at one of Baltimore’s long standing landmarks, Lexington Market!   Live music, beer, and great food always seem to make a perfect combination and Lexington Market nailed it on the head!  I ran into Amy from Charm City Cook who worked her magic to pair local chefs with some of the Lexington Market vendors.  What a cool idea!

I love Failey’s crab cakes and it was great trying something new at Lexington Market.  I have high hopes for “Light up Lexington” and hopefully this means they will attract new customers and potentially new vendors.  Lexington Market has been around for over 200 years and I would love to see it continue to be apart of Baltimore’s history for another 200 years.

Lexington Market Vendors included Failey’s Seafood, Berger’s Bakery, Dudley’s Fries, Sausage Master, Park’s Fried Chicken, Park’s Hamburger’s, Paul’s BBQ, Memsahib, and Healthy Choice.

Outside participants included Clementine, Cafe Cito, Penn & Quill, Sobo Cafe, The Corner Pantry, Alewife, The Local Fry and Dooby’s.

Stay Tuned for the next “Light up Lexington!”