DISH: Yankee Pot Roast with Hearty Winter Vegetables & Celeriac Puree
INGREDIENTS: White Oak Pastures Grass-fed Beef, Carrot, Yukon Gold Potato, Onion, Celery, Grass-fed Butter (Sweet Cream, Salt), Red Wine, Celery Root, Garlic, Arrowroot, Sea Salt, Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil, Black Pepper, Sea Salt, Rosemary, Thyme, Bay Leaf
The journey from farm to table to The Good Kitchen has, in a sense, been a lifelong one. For owners Amber and Melissa, it began as a personal endeavor toward individual health and the health of their families. Years of research went into it –– about what types of foods create optimum health, where to source the best ingredients, how to identify ethical and sustainable practices, and how to prepare a plate that is both nourishing and satisfying. Along the way, they discovered what makes good food, good. They also learned that it’s not always easy.
As business owners, community members and real people striving for balanced and active lives, they discovered that getting good food to the table regularly is nearly a full-time job in itself. Amidst the day-to-day business of living filled with little ones, full-time jobs, pesky errands, and the eternal time crunch, we often get away from our best intentions.
The Good Kitchen connects you to the foods you want to eat with chef-driven meals, ready to heat-and-eat, delivered to your doorstep. We’ve taken great care to source the best ingredients from producers who meet our rigorous standards for ethics and sustainability. More importantly, we know who they are. Then, we transform those ingredients into high-quality meals that entice, delight, and nourish. Conveniently.
- Proteins from The Good Kitchen are all grass-fed and grass-finished. Their organic beef and pork are sourced from Hickory Nut Gap Farm in Fairview, NC and White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, GA; pasture-raised chicken, lamb, turkey and duck are all from White Oak Pastures; and seafood is sourced according to season from farms such as Barbee Farms in Concord, NC and Eastern Carolina Organics out of Chapel Hill, NC.
- Adult meal plans range from five to 35 meals every week, every two weeks or monthly. Customers can also place one-time orders.