As busy entrepreneurs and food & travel bloggers, it can be difficult to find time to make food that’s truly memorable. Instead of opting for another date of top ramen or boxed macaroni and cheese, it’s time to make restaurant-worthy food in the comfort of your own home.
As you know, it’s been a tough time trying to get to the grocery store as often as possible to the right ingredients for home-cooked meals. Sometimes, you just want there to be a warm restaurant-worthy meal ready to go. Cadence Kitchen is the perfect solution for those who don’t want to cook, don’t have time to cook, or just don’t know how to cook!
Feeling hungry and not eager to cook, I decided to try out a few items myself to see what the hype was all about.
Where I got Cadence Kitchen products
I headed over to my local Gelson’s market to shop for some of Cadence Kitchen’s best flash-frozen products and was easily able to locate them in the frozen foods section. They had a variety of selections to choose from, allowing you to bring the restaurant menu home for an elevated in-home dining experience.
After browsing their selections, I decided to get the Shrimp Scampi, Macaroni and Cheese, and their Lobster Tortellini dinners. The best part about these products is the cooing directions.
As you know, I love to cook, but sometimes it’s just a pain in the butt to actually do, especially the dishes. What’s incredible about Cadence Kitchen products is the ease of cooking. Just by reading the directions on the back, i knew this was going to be a delicious experience.
The Cadence Kitchen Cooking Process
After I grabbed the frozen goodies, I headed home with a mean appetite. For some reason, I thought cooking up the dinner was going to require more brainpower, but i was pleasantly surprised.
Since Cadence Kitchen uses a high-tech nitrogen flash-freezing technique and is the only brand doing it with food, it’s WAY better than your typical take-home frozen entrees. And the best part about their food is you literally heat up a pan and throw the ingredients inside. That’s it! No other ingredients necessary, just a hot pan, stove top, and a cover.
Each entree takes about 7-8 minutes to cook and a few occasional stirs. Then, you plate it up and serve up restaurant quality meals at home! I actually cooked this up on a date and he LOVED it!
Overall, this was one of my favorite frozen meals I’ve ever had. It’s one of those meals where you have to try it yourself to really understand how good it can be.
If you want to get your grub on with Cadence Kitchen, check out their social media handles below or visit www.cadencekitchen.com.
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