Foodzie co-founders Rob LaFave and Emily LaFave launched Forage, an ingredients and recipe delivery service that allows customers to recreate their favorite restaurant dishes in the comfort of their homes. Both co-founders previous venture, online food marketplace startup Foodzie, was acquired by video eCommerce service Joyous in a combination cash and stock deal.
Putting their entrepreneurial experience in online food delivery service to test once again, their new venture Forage allows customers to have a restaurant-like experience in the comfort of their homes and without the hassle of prepping the ingredients. Forage has access to recipes from various restaurants all over town, so you can pick your dish and they deliver the ingredients to your home along with the recipe (You don’t even have to go shopping). They set you up to cook and savor.
This is a fair compromise between getting your food delivered in a brown paper bag and having to deal with everything that comes with eating out. It is an alternative to saving not only time but money.
“Our mission is to help people connect through good food. As we set out to help people cook more often, we heard over and over that people only have about 20 minutes to cook a weeknight dinner. And then it hit us… Every restaurant can fire a dish in 20 minutes,” stated in the website.
So now imagine your favorite dish, personalized to your buds (spicier or zestier) at the comfort of your home. Sounds like a great Friday plan to me.