Dinner In A Box: Food Delivery Services To Try Now

From chef-made microwaveable dinners to farm-to-market-to-doorstep produce, meal-delivery services have never been so varied—or scrumptious. 

Adrian Gaut
OF 6


New York City–based Quinciple is our favorite little foodie luxury: The company curates weekly boxes with a dozen or so seasonal ingredients selected from more than 120 local farmers, butchers, bakers, and cheesemongers—think kale, beets, ramps, ricotta, and brioche. A protein, from chicken to lamb to ground goat, is included in the nonvegetarian boxes. Recipes for two to three meals for two people and storage tips are provided. We hope 2016 brings nationwide expansion. From $45; quinciple.com. —Jessica Flint