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Meez Meals, a Chicago company that delivers recipes along with healthy ingredients prepped and ready to cook at home, is joining forces with Common Threads to introduce “Meals for Good.” The yearlong partnership is designed to offer healthy meal solutions through an efficient delivery process.


Meals for Good will feature a favorite recipe from a top Chicago chef each month, starting with a dish from famed Chicago chef and Common Threads co-founder, Art Smith. Chef Smith kicks off the program with a dish he cooks at home: Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad with Balsamic-Glazed Tofu. The combination of a cold salad dressed in a Parmesan and lemon vinaigrette with hot, glazed tofu embodies Chef Smith’s signature style of healthy comfort food.


Each Meals for Good recipe purchased through Meez Meals will support Common Threads’ innovative after-school programs, which empower children and adults with nutrition knowledge and teach them the benefits of an active lifestyle and the magic of smart cooking. Through a variety of hands-on experiences, Common Threads’ goal is to connect people with their food, and in turn, their health.

Meez Meals members can look forward to new recipes each month from the likes of Chef David Blonsky of Siena Tavern, Chef Jeremy Tannehill of the Public House, Chef Heather Terhune of Sable Kitchen & Bar, Chef Rick Gresh of David Burke’s Primehouse, Chef Beverly Kim of Bonsoiree and more.


Chef Smith’s Meals for Good recipe is available to order from Meez Meals beginning Friday, Nov. 22, through Friday, Dec. 13, and is available in one, two, four and six-serving sizes. The recipe averages $8 to $12.50 per serving and can be ordered at Meals ordered by Friday at noon are delivered on Mondays in two convenient delivery windows: the afternoon between 2 and 5 p.m. and the evening between 6:30 and 9:30 p.m.

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