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Everdine: The Story Continues

June 2, 2017
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So, not a bad meal yet. Rather than creating new posts for every meal I cook and snap, I’m just going to post the next few pictures here, so anyone interested can see how the meals turn out.

This was the Black Bean Chili Burrito. 40 minutes in the oven, and very tasty.

Black Bean Chili Burrito

Black Bean Chili Burrito

This is Tandoori Salmon with Cauliflower, Spinach and Red Lentil Dhal.

Tandoori salmon

Tandoori salmon

One Response to Everdine: The Story Continues

  1. Chris Malme
    Chris Malme on June 17, 2017 at 10:40 pm

    So for lunch, I had the last of the original 8 meals I ordered – an excellent cod with butter beans and potato wedges – and my next order of 12 meals arrived and got stashed in my newly-defrosted freezer.

    I haven’t taken pictures of the last couple of meals, but no change from my previous experience with them. They have all been rather excellent, great tasting, and – once cooked – very attractive in the container or on the plate.

    While it is not a substitute for cooking from scratch, I am definitely going to keep Everdine meals in my freezer from now on, for those days when I haven’t the time or inclination to cook. Far superior to supermarket “chill” meals in every way. I reckon a batch of 12 will last me for a month minimum, but as they are frozen, most of them are good for 3 months or more.

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