Supp Dawg

By The Editors
August 2, 2013 9:00 am

Ask almost any woman and she’ll tell you: a man who can cook is sexy. Ask almost any man and he’ll tell you: I want to be sexy, but what the hell is quinoa?

Ponder no more. Hook up with Brooklyn-based What’s For Supp, a punny (and useful) delivery service that helps you devise and prepare a Top Chef-caliber meal, then delivers the ingredients to you with a recipe card enclosed.

Now serving frustrated and famished Manhattanites*, WFS is an on-demand service — i.e., you get one meal delivered straight to your door whenever the culinary mood strikes.

The recipes are contributed by a rotating cast of NYC chefs and foodies from spots like celebrated French boîte Chez Oskar and hit food-travel blog FeedMePhoebe.

Once you place your order, an artfully wrapped package arrives at your doorstep, chock-full of fresh ingredients and an easy-to-follow recipe card.

Around 30 minutes later, you’re sitting down to steaming plates of mussels with chorizo and crispy oven-baked fries, pan-roasted chicken with shallot mustard sauce and stuffed peppers, or seared flank steak with sesame rice salad.

As for quinoa: it’s a grain. It’s good for you. She likes it.

Nota bene: While not listed on the site, hungry InsideHook readers in Chelsea, the West Village, Union Square, Gramercy and SoHo can get their grub on by entering code “SUPPFORALL.” Buon appetito.

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