Single professional, with healthy eating and global cuisine

The Magic Fridge can help you eat the kind of food you want — quickly, easily and in your own home – no matter what your lifestyle. Take for example this  single professional, with healthy eating and global cuisine as priorities.

Service: Once a month, using individual chef meals mostly during the work week for occasional lunches and/or dinners.

Menu for January 8, 2009

In the fridge:

  • Orange chili salmon
  • Cuban rice and beans

In the freezer:

  • African chicken peanut stew
  • Chicken meatballs in tomato sauce with brown rice pasta
  • Curry fish stew

A 3-hour service ($120.00) plus $58.70 for groceries = $178.70. This breaks down to an average of $44.68 per week, or about $13 for an individual meal.

Working couple enjoys a global cuisine

The Magic Fridge can help you eat the kind of food you want — quickly, easily and in your own home – no matter what your lifestyle. Take for example this  working couple, with global cuisine, comfort meals and fresh food as priorities.  Their choice of a weekly service provides them with mostly fridge food and minimal frozen meals.

Service: Once a week, using chef meals mostly during the work week – each meal contains four servings, to allow for leftover weekday lunches or weekend meals.

Menu for January 27, 2009

  • Thai steak and salad
  • Mexican chicken stew
  • Beef barley soup
  • Salmon chowder

A 4-hour service ($160.00) plus $60.36 for groceries = $220.36. This breaks down to about $28 for a dinner for two, or $14 for an individual meal.

Professional couple, with healthy eating habits

The Magic Fridge can help you eat the kind of food you want — quickly, easily and in your own home – no matter what your lifestyle. Take for example this professional couple, with healthy eating habits and fitness as a priority. The menu plan comes from a fitness program they both follow, and includes high-end cuts of meat and fish. Most items are frozen.

Service: Once every two weeks, using individual chef meals daily for lunches and/or dinners.

Menu for January 27, 2009

* Miso soup – 6 servings
* Butternut squash soup – 6 servings
* Asparagus soup – 6 servings
* Quinoa as a grain side dish – 6 servings
* 4 pieces of 6oz halibut – individually frozen
* 4 pieces of 6oz salmon – individually frozen
* 15 chicken breasts – sliced and added to salads
* 4 whole chicken breasts – seasoned
* 6 filet mignon steaks – 6 oz each, sliced to add to salads
* Turkey meatballs – 4 servings
* 6 burger patties with meatball mix
* Ratatouille – 6 servings

A 4.5-hour service ($180.00) plus $192.17 for groceries = $372.17. This breaks down to an average of $186.09 per week, or about $12 for an individual meal consisting of meat or fish plus a side of grain or vegetable soup.

Family with 2 adults and 3 teens

The Magic Fridge can help you eat the kind of food you want — quickly, easily and in your own home – no matter what your lifestyle. Take for example the average family – two adults and three kids. The following meals are “home cooking” style with basic ingredients.

Service: Once a month, 1-2 chef meals per week

Menu for October 28, 2008

In the fridge:

  • Greek tomato and feta salad
  • Lemon herb salmon
  • Chicken pot pie
  • Macaroni and cheese

In the freezer:

  • Ground Beef Stroganoff
  • Carrot and squash casserole (2 containers)
  • Chicken pineapple curry

A 3-hour service ($120.00) plus $119.50 for groceries equals $239.50. This breaks down to an average of $59.88 per week, or about $48 for a meal for five people.