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I live in Portland, but my best friend is home with a new baby and I want to have some meals delivered to her. Any suggestions from Seattle folks. I remember reading about a man who started an organic meal service, but I can not remember the name.
Any suggestions or recommendation for businesses that would deliver good, real food meals to the Ballard area?

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  1. Try this place on Queen Anne: Eat Local, www.eatlocalonline.com. I don't think they deliver though. Another good place is Dish D'lish, but you still have to pick up. Worth it. For delivery, we opt for Zeeks Pizza and Kaosami Thai food (Fremont).

    1. I was curious about this, did some googling and found this article from about a year ago mentioning some companies that do this. Might be of help: http://www.seattlewomanmagazine.com/d... Good luck!

      1. not sure if she likes Indian, but there is an Indian delivery service... haven't tried them, but some friends of mine have, say it's awesome for those days when you just don't want to cook...
        http://www.turmericnmore.com/index.html

        1. I am not very helpful, but we use this delivery service that picks up from a variety of restaurants, most of them mediocre. They are the delivery service for Chutney's on lower Queen Anne, so you could call them for the name. We get Chutney's delivered often, and a few other restaurants are decent.

          1. Edible Life is one that I've heard of but not tried: http://www.ediblelife.com/

            1. Lucky Palate looks promising though I haven't tried them.
              http://www.luckypalate.com/

              They on W. McGraw so not far from Ballard.

              1. Ballard is one of the few areas of town that you can get decent thai food delivered in. Even in the middle of a snow storm (bless their hearts). I believe it is called Wild Orchid, and they don't have a menu online but talked me through it pretty well (in the middle of a snowstorm no less...I was very impressed). Also Szechuan Bistro on 85th will deliver pretty good chinese food.

                1. I have long used delicious planet and really like it. The company has great chefs, and makes really tasty but quite healthy food. It is delivered fresh, and then you just reheat in 15-20 minutes. Here's the cite: http://www.delicious-planet.com/