cooking with karv

A Bo and his steak. He's basically a miniature Ron Swanson.

Guys if there's one thing you know about me by now, it's this: convenience is my love language. Along with Anthropologie, marshmallows, and Starbucks, #letsbehonest.

Combine convenience with healthy eating, and Sherri is HERE FOR IT. (Sherri is apparently also here for referring to herself in third person.) 

When Karv reached out to ask if I would try their subscription service, I really couldn't say yes fast enough.  Karv is a monthly subscription service that delivers the finest-quality U.S. meats and oven-ready entrées, straight to your doorstep.  All of Karv's meats are born and raised in the U.S. They are humanely handled, raised, and harvested at farms that utilize sustainable farming practices.

You see, I WANT to feed my family 100% grass-fed beef, and organic free range chicken. But I ALSO WANT to NOT go into Whole Foods,  because it's confusing and those chocolate chip cookies are my downfall. A-hem.

Karv's monthly subscription is the perfect solution, y'all. You're receiving the best cuts of the best quality meats, PLUS 30-minute recipes for inspiration (which mama likey). And since SOME OF US (me) aren't all that proficient on the cooking front, Karv even offers gluten-free, paleo friendly, nut-free and dairy-free oven-ready entrees that are available as add-ons. They are made with the same high quality meats, plus organic fruits and vegetables, and non-GMO ingredients

Everything arrives frozen, including instructions for safe thawing. (Which I really appreciate, because let's be honest, who can forget the salmonella incident of 2004? John can't. That's for sure.)

At this point, I'm pretty sure there's nothing KARV can't do.  Other than, you know, come to my house and make my kids actually EAT their dinners? 

And with food this good, they can probably even accomplish that.


P.S. I'm giving away a free month of Karv for a family of two! Head over to my instagram (@sherridickens) to enter!

Y'all know I value authenticity, so I want to make sure you know that this post was sponsored by Karv. However, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.