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Peach Dish Subscription Box Review – May 2016

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Peach Dish is a subscription box based out of Atlanta, GA (my hometown!) that sends everything you need, including all the fresh ingredients, to make a delicious and healthy dinner at home for you and your family. The recipes are created by a well-known chef, and all the information about the food suppliers is listed so you know where your food is coming from!

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This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

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The Subscription Box: Peach Dish

The Cost: $12.50 per serving with discounts over four servings for a single dish

The Products: Everything you need, including all fresh ingredients, to make a home cooked meal

Ships to: Continental US only, free for subscribers

Good to know: There are no membership fees, and you can opt in and out every week as you choose. You can also choose your delivery day every week.

Check out the Meals Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Peach Dish to your subscription list or wishlist!

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Peach Dish offers eight different dishes for subscribers to choose from every week, four of which change weekly. You can choose 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, or 12 servings of a given dish, and you can choose as many dishes as you would like.

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My family had the opportunity to try out two dishes from Peach Dish over two weeks. Our meal the first week was Caramelized Onion Pizza with Chicken & Arugula!

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Here’s a look at the recipe and instructions.

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The reverse side of the recipe booklet has nutrition information, as well as the chef’s bio. I really like that they put all the nutrition information on the card!

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Peach Dish also included a note listing the sourcing of all the ingredients this week. I think this is the sourcing for all the dishes they offered this week, not just the pizza. I like how everything is local!

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I know I took a lot of pictures of the packaging for this review, but I wanted to make sure you know that the chicken was packaged separately from the other ingredients, in this little insulated packet.

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What gorgeous little chicken breasts! They look absolutely perfect!

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This is the rest of the ingredients for the pizza. We ordered dinner for four, obviously, so Peach Dish sent me two kits for two people to make all together. This picture represents the ingredients needed for two servings, but we received twice this much.

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This is one of my four completed pizzas! I generally make great tasting food that looks terrible, but this actually came out pretty appetizing looking! It was also absolutely delicious! Unfortunately, it took forever to make. It was seriously in the neighborhood of two hours to make all four pizzas. This was definitely a bad idea for a weeknight meal! To be fair, I was feeling a little stressy when it came, so it might have been partially my fault, but I am sure I could not have made these in under an hour.

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Peach Dish also included a little dessert, two tangerines and two gourmet chocolates. I love that they included these! What a nice touch! Although their web site promises seasonal items, and I think tangerines are in season in December. It’s not a big deal to me, but I know that eating seasonally is important to some people.

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For our second week, we chose SuperFood Tofu Bowl with Sriracha Nuts & Spring Vegetables as our meal from Peach Dish.

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This is the recipe and instructions for this meal.

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This is the nutritional information for this meal, and the chef information is the same. By the way, if you’re ever in Atlanta and you have some VERY SERIOUS celebrating to do, Bacchanalia is the place to go!

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This letter was included, detailing the sourcing of this week’s ingredients. It also speaks a bit about their new jute packaging.

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This is what we received in this week’s box.

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This week’s ingredients were also grouped into two meals for two, so this is a picture of half of the ingredients.

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Here’s one of the completed tofu bowls! Yum, this was also delicious! This recipe wasn’t nearly as difficult to complete; it only took me about 45 minutes to do everything. It also made pretty large portions. I’ve been eating leftovers for a couple of days now, and they are just as delicious re-heated!

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This week they sent us a pair of peaches and a couple of chocolate chip cookies for dessert. (Peaches are not in season until late summer, btw. Still not a big deal to me.) I love having fresh fruit for dessert!

Verdict: I think Peach Dish is a wonderful subscription for people who maybe don’t enjoy shopping and figuring out recipes so much, but who love to cook. Everything was very well-packaged and arrived fresh. The instructions were clear and easy to follow. Everything was seasonal except the fruit in the desserts. Both meals were fairly healthy, although the calorie count on the pizza was pretty high, as you would expect. Yes, I know I didn’t have to choose pizza. Most importantly, everything tasted really delicious, and I made it myself! My only issue is that they were both pretty labor-intensive dishes, which I don’t particularly enjoy. There was a LOT of chopping involved, for example. This is why I think it would be better for people who truly relish the act of cooking!

Have you tried Peach Dish? What dishes did you make?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

2 Comments

  1. I just started peach dish and really enjoy it. I live right down the road from the peach supplier – Dickey farms – and just HAVE to mention (sorry) that peaches start in season in Late May. If you ever get the chance to go to Dickey’s – buy some and have their ice cream, too.

    I agree the dishes take longer to prepare than expected, but I have been pleased with the taste of all of them. I’m currently on stake out for UPS for my delivery right now!

  2. My cousin knows with the owners of this box. I mentioned I would not subscribe because I found the recipes not family friendly. She mentioned it to owner and told me later that their market is more singles and couples. Not a criticism but just wanted to mention that in case anyone was interested in this for a crowd of kids!

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