How Meez Came To Be

Jen (right) with sister Holly (left) and mother, also Holly (center) One question members always ask is how Meez got started.  This week Jen Moore, Meez's founder, is sharing her story on the Meez Kitchen Blog. I grew up with a mother who cooked dinner from scratch for us every single night.  I loved … [Read more...]

Inside Meez: Get To Know Phoenix Bean Company

One of our favorite things about Meez is introducing our members to new ingredients and recipes. One ingredient we get questions about all the time is our tofu. “Where can I find Meez tofu?” “My son is hooked on your tofu. Where can I buy it?” “My husband has never liked tofu until now. … [Read more...]

Menu for Week of 6/19 is Up

The Mysterious Origins of Chimichurri Unlike most foods, no one agrees where the word for the Argentinean parsley sauce known as chimichurri came from. It may be from the Sicilian salmoriglio sauce used on seafood and vegetables, or coined by captured British soldiers after the failed invasion of Rio de la … [Read more...]

New Menu for Week of 6/5 Delivery is Up

Meez Goes Cajun Jambalaya was created in the French Quarter of New Orleans as the Spanish were attempting to make paella in the new world.  With no disrespect to our friends in Spain or Louisiana, we think our Shrimp and Andouille Jambalaya is the best we have ever tasted. It starts with a smoky, flavorful … [Read more...]