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Easy Steps For Ordering Nutritious And Delicious Meals Online

Saturday, January 4th, 2014
Chicken Marsala from MagicKitchen.com

Chicken Marsala from MagicKitchen.com

It’s easy to order Nutritious And Delicious Meals Online with MagicKitchen.com and her sister sites.

Looking for HomeStyle and Gourmet meals online? Try MagicKitchen.com’s HomeStyle menu, where Main courses, soups, sides and desserts are sold separately so you can mix and match. You can buy items like Chicken Marsala or Beef in Bordelaise Sauce, add a side dish like Rosemary Potatoes or Rice Pilaf,  Green Beans in Mushroom Cream Sauce or Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, then finish the meal off with a Family Size Vanilla Bundt Cake or a creamy Tiramisu.

Want a few meals for your freezer but don’t want to spend the time selecting them individually? Try one of our handy bundles, like Customer Favorites or Comfort Food. We have eight Meals for One Bundles for singles.

Glide over to DiabeticMealPrograms.com for a lot of good information about diabetes, and links back to our excellent menu for diabetic meals. You’ll be surprised at the sophistication of our meals, with dishes like  Creamy Tarragon Mahi-Mahi with Mushroom and Artichoke.

GoodLowSodiumFoods.com will tell you more about the dangers of a high sodium diet, and lead you to our special low sodium menu. Meals like Ginger Pepper Beef with Rice will make you forget you’re on a special diet!

At RenalMeals.com,  we know that when you have kidney disease, following a renal-friendly diet is a critical step to supporting good health. But that can be very intimidating, both for you and the person cooking for you. MagicKitchen.com offers meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, allowing you to get on with your life. Cod with Miso Ginger, Black Beans & Carrots and Shrimp & Pesto Fettuccini are two of the options on this menu. On all of our meals, the nutritional panel is provided on the website and on the actual meal.

Dialysismeals.com gives information about the dialysis diet, as well as bringing you back to the MagicKitchen.com dialysis menu, where you can find dishes such as Barley and Beef Stew, Lemon Rosemary Pork with Savory Rice or Shrimp & Vegetable Linguine.

So you see, you can easily order for multiple people on MagicKitchen.com, it’s so easy! And if ever you have a problem, don’t hesitate to call toll-free 877-516-2442, and a real person will take your call. We’re the customer service specialists!

Melody, MagicKitchen.com blogger

 

 

What are MagicKitchen.com Employees Reading?

Friday, September 9th, 2011

We want you to get to know us a little better, so here are a couple of comments from employees about the books they’re reading right now:

My latest read is Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin. I wouldn’t normally open up a fantasy story (besides something Harry Potter related) but this book is a deserving exception.

What brought me to buy this book was the TV series on HBO. I’ve always been one of those people to read the story before seeing the movie and then be horrified by all the important things left out in the movie. However, the way HBO fixed this problem was by creating an entire season of a show dedicated to one book. That way they could retain the integrity of the book and not diminish any sort of character development or anything else of great importance to a reader. I applaud HBO for doing such a fabulous job on this project.

When I was finished watching the season and complaining that the next season wouldn’t be out until next year, I went to find the book. My boyfriend, who never reads anything besides car magazines, wanted to read it too so we got it on my Kindle to read when the other person was away at work.

Game of Thrones is such a great read. It’s a very dark story set in a time and place that doesn’t exist but it is incredibly real. The time is similar to medieval times in that everyone wears chainmail when they joust and drinks wine out of some kind of animal’s horn. There are seven different lands in the kingdom that all have their own Lord but there is one King who rules over all. Needless to say, there is much conflict in the kingdom over land, money, relationships, and hidden, oncoming dangers that everyone is worrying about in the back of their minds. There is a touch of ancient magic in the story which brings it out of reality of bit, but I think it adds another dimension of interest. I mean, who wouldn’t want to read about the living dead, dragons, and wolves with extremely loyal personalities?

What really impressed me after seeing the story on TV and also reading it was the fact that almost every single detail was in the TV series. Most of the dialogue was word-for-word and even the color of the knights clothing was the same. I kind of feel like an HBO advertiser, but seriously, their huge budget went to great use on this project.

I haven’t finished the first book yet, but since I already know what a cliffhanger it will be I know I’ll be wanting the second book right away. The only question is… should I wait until I watch the series on HBO in 2012 or should I go ahead and devour the entire book collection before it is aired?

Signed,

Mindy


Melody says:  I’m reading “The Help” right now, thanks to a friend of mine who is vacationing down here and finished it!  I’m of an age that remembers the civil rights movement pretty clearly, and this book is un-put-downable!

Great characters speaking in authentic voices, and a fresh idea on how to portray that era is what makes the book so enjoyable. I saw that the movie is out, and that made me want to read the book. When I saw my friend reading it avidly, I hoped she’d be leaving it behind, and bingo!