Let’s Dish! Feeds the Family

Provider of delicious, home style, ready-to-cook meals, marks its 14 years in business.

Minnesota company Let’s Dish!, has offered creative, affordable meals since 2003. Let’s Dish! sets itself apart by its formula of flavorful, fresh meals to be cooked and eaten at home. The business started with stand-alone stores at where customers could book appointments to spend 2 hours, along with the staff, to assemble a weeks-worth of freezer-friendly dinners. Now Let’s Dish has expanded into delivery.

“Just over a year ago, we partnered with CobornsDelivers, the local grocery delivery service in the Twin Cities,” says Let’s Dish! co-founder Darcy Olson. “We currently have five stores across the Twin Cities, so our interest has been to increase the access and convenience of Let’s Dish.”

Olson is thrilled with the partnership,.“They truly display more care and attention to the grocery-shopping experience than the average person who shops for their own groceries. I had the pleasure of seeing their customer service and commitment first hand when I ‘rode shotgun’ with a CobornsDelivers driver for a day delivering groceries. Just as we strive to do … they truly go above and beyond creating ‘day brighteners’ for their customers,” Olson says.

With expansion of the company comes “ready-made” meals, so customers can now stop in to any Let’s Dish! location to shop a wide variety of prepared entrees, sides and desserts. Their website also offers regional delivery for large orders, individual  entrees, sides and appetizers brought to homes through CobornsDelivers.
Let’s Dish strives to make the more traditional sit-down dinner possible. It’s a simple way for families to turn their busy nights into valuable free time while enjoying a home-cooked meal at between $3.40 and $4.17 a serving.
New menus include 18 different options offered each month, with dishes like Korean street tacos, Greek pork pitas, barbacoa beef burrito bowls and chicken fettuccine alfredo, there’s no lack of variety that can now come straight to your front door.