Busy moms and dads can always use some help in the kitchen, especially during the hectic back-to-school season. Stephanie and Ken Wright, a Forsyth County-based couple with a passion for food and family, offer up just the solution.
Their company, Dinner A’Fare, which is headquartered in Suwanee, delivers fresh, healthy meals ready to assemble in a few simple steps and designed to please the whole family. Many locals are familiar with Dinner A’Fare as a former nationwide franchise with a strong presence in metro Atlanta. Customers would visit the stores and prepare their own fresh, healthy meals to take home freezer-ready. Now, Dinner A’Fare is the only company to evolve from a meal-assembly concept to a meal-delivery service while still holding true to its core — simple, fresh and delicious. Delivery is currently available throughout metro Atlanta, and customers are served nationwide by shipping.
“Some of my favorite childhood memories involve growing fresh foods on my grandparents’ farm in North Carolina,” comments Stephanie Wright, co-founder of Dinner A’Fare. “Our goal is to make quality meals accessible and convenient for everyone. By taking care of all the shopping, chopping and prepping, we make it faster and easier to cook for your family. Busy schedules shouldn’t keep you from enjoying delicious, homemade dinners together.”
Dinner A’Fare is available on your schedule with no subscriptions. The meals arrive fresh, but are designed to be frozen and focus on center of the plate. Getting dinner on the table requires minimal hands-on time with the prep work already done. The recipes are easy to understand and often require only two steps. The chef-crafted meals feature farm fresh vegetables, gourmet spices and hand-made sauces with all-natural chicken breasts, hand-cut pork chops, steaks and pork tenderloins.
“Our customers love that Dinner A’Fare meals are kid-friendly and customizable with finishing spices and sauces that can be added or left out to fit particular palates in the household,” says Wright. “We love experimenting with new flavors and adding twists to familiar recipes. The menu changes every month, and customers can select the meals they prefer.”
Coming from a long line of entrepreneurs and combining backgrounds in art, food and business, the Wrights put their passion into action every day. Their Forsyth home has become the unofficial test kitchen for Dinner A’Fare, gardening and developing different menus as a family, even including their 9-year-old daughter, Geneva, in the process.
“I think the company has been successful because customers can feel that personal touch in our dinners,” says Wright. “Helping to feed families and make mealtime special is one of our greatest joys.”
Dinner A’Fare meal kits are offered in sets of 12 and designed to serve families of 2-3 or 4-6; individual servings are also available. Each meal is packaged in one convenient parcel with every ingredient included to take up minimal space in your refrigerator or freezer. Prices start at $189. To learn more, visit DinnerAFare.com and follow @DinnerAFare on Instagram.