When you're feeling too lazy to cook...

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When I visited Boilerhouse a couple weeks back, we had a little sample of rocky road from a company I'd never heard of before, More More More. And shortly after the event, I was contacted by the More More More guys and invited to visit the Assembly Rooms to learn more about who they are and what they do.. Having spent the week running around in a mad haze prepping for Meet Up At Mal, I wasn't really sure what to expect but went along with Cata and Fen to find out more (no pun intended). When we got there, we were sat around a table with glasses of prosecco and introduced to the team. The premise of More More More is to provide high quality DIY catering.. imagine you're planning an event or a dinner and you realise you don't have time to (or just don't really want to) spend hours in the kitchen slaving over the stove.. This is where the More More More team come in - they deliver delicious home (almost) cooked meals to your door.. then all you need to do is either finish cooking them, heat them up, or serve them (depending what you order of course).

After explaining the concept behind the brand, we were led into the kitchen to tuck into delicious lime leaf chicken with an amazing sweet chilli dipping sauce made with rice vinegar. This is the kind of food that you could quite easily pass off as your own and is of a much higher caliber (for impressing guests and such like) to traditional ready meals which would offer the same convenience. To illustrate their point, the guys brought out trays of their delicious shepherd's pie and lasagne, as well as Waitrose's finest shepherd's pie and lasagne, and honestly there was no comparison!

After we'd finished comparing notes and to end the evening, we were served huge slabs of blueberry and mascarpone cheesecake with a biscotti base. Deliciously indulgent and literally the size of door slabs, they were definitely my favourite part of the evening!

11 comments

  1. Hannah, I like your blog and loved it on blogionaire.com

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  2. That's a great idea, and the food you tucked into sounds amazing! Blueberry and mascarpone cheesecake? Yum! xo

    Rosie | A Rosie Outlook

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  3. Ooh this food looks lovely! :)

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  5. Great post! Everything looks so yummy!
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  6. thats look delicius!

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  8. This sounds brilliant... of course I have no real need for this kind of service since my husband is a chef, but if I were ever entertaining on my own, I'd be thrilled to try something like it as the best I can really do cooking-wise is bowls of cereal...!
    xox,
    Cee

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  9. This sounds like such a handy little idea, especially since there's always a million other things to get ready for a party as well as the food! x

    The Little Things

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  10. YUMMM that food looks so so good. And it sounds lie such a sweet idea
    Daniella x

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