Freshly’s New Chef’s Special to Offer Multicultural Dishes

Freshly chef partnership, photo provided by Freshly
Freshly chef partnership, photo provided by Freshly /

Freshly, one of America’s most popular meal delivery services, is whipping up new menu offerings in collaboration with renowned chefs, Jet Tila, Kwame Onwuachi, Sean Brock, and Kristen Kish. The new line dubbed, “Chef’s Special,” is a limited edition offering designed to bring bold and adventurous cuisine to families nationwide while many are still dining at home.

Meals to Expect from the Chef’s Special  

To keep your dinners exciting, each chef’s meal will run for a 10-week period as part of Freshly’s rotating weekly menu of 35+ meals. No surprise there, but had to give the fair warning since these meals are mouthwatering.

Each menu dips a little more into various cultures bringing modern, elevated and approachable takes to Asian-American and Jamaican dishes.

According to the Freshly press release, the menu will feature:

  • Chef Jet Tila’s Kung Pao Steak with Basmati Rice & Toasted Cashews (April-June 2021): Slices of succulent steak over rice and a bright veggie stir-fry, topped with cashews and Chef Jet and Freshly’s signature Kung Pao Sauce.
  • Chef Kwame Onwuachi’s Escovitch Steak with Jerk Broccoli, Peppers & Coconut Rice (June-August 2021):  Sliced steak and the traditional escovitch accompaniments, plus sides of house-roasted mini sweet peppers, jerk broccoli, and caramelized onion coconut rice.
  • Chef Sean Brock’s Oven-Roasted Pork Chop (August-October 2021)
  • Chef Kristen Kish’s Sliced Beef Brisket (October 2021-January 2022)
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Freshly chef partnership, photo provided by Freshly /

If you’re a Freshly member, these new offerings will start to appear on the menu Monday, April 5, kicking off with Jet Tila’s Kung Pao Steak.

Rolling Out the Facts: What You Need to Know About the Renowned Chefs 

The dishes were crafted by each chef based on a unique story to them, whether that was an ingredient hack, cultural tie or regional twists on classic recipes.

  • Jet Tila: Immersed in culture. Chef Jet holds six culinary Guinness World Records and is known for his international expertise as he attended both French and Japanese culinary schools.
  • Kwame Onwuachi: Truly impressive resume. Named “The Most Important Chef in America” by San Francisco Chronicle, opened five restaurants before turning 30, named one of Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs, Esquire’s 2019 Chef of the Year, and is a 30 Under 30 honoree by both Zagat and Forbes.
  • Sean Brock: The southern cuisine king. Sean owns and runs three Nashville-based restaurants and has two cookbooks that became a New York Times Bestseller.
  • Kristen Kish: A fresh look at modern culinary. Chef Kristen brings a midwestern background mixed with her expertise in French and Italian to create inspiring dishes. She has her own cookbook, a restaurant and became the second female chef to ever win Bravo’s Top Chef.

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Based on these extensive experiences, be prepared to order these Freshly’s meals on repeat!