Meal-assembly kitchens offer one way to create several dinners at one time. This type of establishment will provide all the necessary ingredients and will do all the prep work. The customer assembles the meals, and this convenience costs around four dollars a serving.
A professional chef comes into a customer's home and assembles meals based on a menu he or she designs. The chef takes into account the desires and diet restrictions of the customer. Some personal chefs offer gourmet-dinner options, others make simpler fare and some have entrees of both types available. Dinners prepared by a personal chef generally cost between 10 and 20 dollars a serving.
There are stores that sell pre-assembled, uncooked dinners that the customer takes to go and cooks at home. Take-and-bake pizza is one example of this type of business, although it certainly isn't the only one. Several meal-prep stores also provide this service, allowing customers to order entrees from the monthly menu and have them prepared by the staff, picking up the food at the scheduled time. The quality of the food available depends on the establishment, with some offering gourmet-prep options and others focusing on simple, comfortable favorites. The prices fall between those offered by do-it-yourself assembly stores and personal chefs.
SupperWorks is a meal-assembly store with locations all over Ontario, including Kingston. Call (905) 599-4392 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for information on the service and products or to schedule a pickup for a to-go order.