My wife is a world traveler. Because she’s brilliant, capable, and the queen of details, her company often sends her to their offices all over the world. Sometimes she’s in Europe, sometimes she’s in Asia, and sometimes she’s in California, which often leaves me with two hungry kids and a realization that I don’t have something in the fridge to make for dinner.
Enter the delivery man. Not long ago, if you were sitting around the house looking for delivery food, you were limited to pizza and Chinese. If you weren’t up for either, you were out of luck. Now, just about no matter where you live, you have plenty of options. From Uber Eats to Grubhub or one of your local services, you can get all sorts of cuisines brought to your doorstep.
When it’s me and the kids, we tend to go Tex-Mex, and thanks to this modern food delivery trend, one of Austin’s best Tex-Mex places, Chuy’s, can end up on my kitchen table in about an hour. We all have our “death row meal,” what you would eat if you only had one more meal left on God’s green Earth. For me, that meal is the beef […]