Collaboration Lets PeachDish Subscribers Prepare Stadium-Inspired, Locally Sourced Food on Gameday
PeachDish, an Atlanta-based startup and home food delivery service, has drawn inspiration from the global leader in event hospitality, Centerplate, to produce Denver and Seattle-inspired meals that allow football fans to enjoy a “taste of the stadium” while watching the championship game on Sunday, February 2nd. The ready-to-cook meal delivery kits come complete with ingredients and recipes that allow fans to recreate the Buffalo Bratwurst served in Denver and Pike’s Place Mac N’ Cheese, a crowd favorite in Seattle – both locally inspired, chef-created Centerplate dishes.
Each meal, which uses locally sourced ingredients handpicked by Centerplate and PeachDish, will be available to order from January 25-January 29 and delivered nationwide no later than January 31, all in time for the big game. The limited edition meal delivery kits come ready to make and feature fresh, pre-portioned ingredients and recipes. To order, fans can sign up for this opt-in feature of the subscription service by visiting the official website or clicking this unique URL. Each package will include all of the ingredients to serve both the Buffalo Bratwurst and the Pike’s Place Mac N’ Cheese to 8 people. One package will cost $75, shipping and handling included.
“While there is nothing better than attending a sporting event live, we understand that Sunday’s game is not a possibility for the vast majority of football fans,” says Gary Prell, Centerplate’s Vice President of Culinary Development. “PeachDish is allowing fans across the country to serve the local flavors of this year’s championship teams and experience how Centerplate has taken stadium fare to a new level, particularly in Denver and Seattle.”
“At PeachDish we love connecting people to new experiences by sending exciting, new recipes every week,” says Hadi Irvani, founder of PeachDish. “With Centerplate, we’re able to offer fans a convenient way to recreate a taste of the real stadium experience on a weekend where few of us can actually enjoy the game in person.”