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LOCAL: $15 for $30 of Homecooked Meals Delivered

Yesterday, there was a deal on meal planning, but today is my kind of deal:

$15 for $30 worth of homecooked meal delivered to your door!

This deal is good for Collin County, Texas. Here is what the site says about the process of ordering these meals:

No need to defend yourself if you find it challenging to get a hot meal on the table every night - being a busy mom is hard work and sometimes dinner is the last thing you have time to prepare! This deal is here to help you, or someone you know, out with the whole "What's for dinner" debacle, because for only $15 you'll get $30 worth of delicious meals from Dinner is Served - making it quite possible for your whole family to sit down together for a nice meal, which is the point anyway, right?! Even better, these home cooked meals will be delivered from their kitchen to yours, making it a lot easier on you because you won't have to run around town picking things up. All of their one-dish creations are made with only the freshest ingredients available, and they are delivered to you frozen. This means the only thing you need to do is heat up the meals and enjoy them! Their order deadline is Sunday at midnight, giving you the entire week to plan for your order, and deliveries are made on Thursdays and Fridays of each week. Then, the day before they deliver your scrumptious meals you'll receive an email with your one hour time frame for delivery. The dish should either be refrigerated so that you can dig in and eat it the next day, or put in the freezer until you are ready to enjoy. Simple, delicious, and full of quality - at this low price, home cooked meals never sounded so good!

The menu includes things like King Ranch Casserole, Pecan French Toast, and Spicy Sausage Pasta Bake. Small (serves 2) - $10.99, Medium (serves 5) - $23.99 and Large (serves 10) - $33.99.

You would really come out better purchasing the large and splitting it into two meals. You would then have Juice in the City with this deal.

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