People often say, "Bitcoin sounds great, but I can't even buy dinner with it." Today, we're helping to change that by partnering with fellow Atlanta startup PeachDish.
PeachDish is an online meal-kit service that makes and delivers everything required to make tasty gourmet meals at home. Customers simply choose their dishes from a weekly menu, and PeachDish handles the rest, shipping meals anywhere in the contiguous United States. Each kit contains four servings of fresh ingredients with recipes and instructions assembled by professional chefs and drawn from regional and seasonal influences. If you think that these meals sound delicious, you're right. PeachDish's decision to accept bitcoin just sweetens the deal.
My husband and I decided to try one of PeachDish's dinner kits on Valentine's Day, and we were very pleased. I'm not the best cook in the world, but the recipe for "Fancy Joes and Kale Chips" was simple enough to follow. All the ingredients were fresh, the meal was delicious, and the final dish actually ended up looking like the picture on the instructions! We paired our dinner with a nice cocktail (in a BitPay glass, of course). It was a great way to spend Valentine's Day.
So bitcoiners, if you want to make dinner with your significant other, change up your dinner routine, or just skip the grocery store lines, check out our friends at PeachDish and get your dinner delivered for bitcoin. Who knows? You might just discover your inner chef.
Right now, PeachDish is running a special for bitcoin purchases, taking $7 off the meal-kit for new bitcoin customers. Use the code "btcpeach" at checkout to receive the discount.
Also, as an inside tip, I recommend tweeting them @PeachDishATL using #BTCPeach. Let them know how you feel about getting gourmet food delivered straight to your door for bitcoin. Happy eating!