When watching those commercials where the obnoxiously smug woman brags to her cracker-eating friends about her heavenly 100-calorie chicken teriyaki lunch, men think first of one thing: why can't I be that obnoxiously smug woman? Well ooh, girl, now you can, with Snap Kitchen
Snap's a bamboo-floored, vibrant orange and green storefront whipping up maximally tasty, optimally healthy prepared meals for take-away, dine-in, or delivery, from a pair of guys who independently started developing the same business, until their mutual coffee supplier connected them and they decided to partner up instead of engaging in...wait for it...healthy competition. The 70+ dishes are labeled with dietary info and helpful tags (gluten-free, diabetes-friendly...), with dinners including Chimichurri Grilled Flank Steak (w/ roasted parsnips, garlic, fennel, the larger helping's only 434-calories), Cider Brined Pork Tenderloin (white bean/mushroom ragout, fennel stalks, cranberry caper relish), and the citrus-marinated, lemon kale/parsnip/sauteed mushroom Paleolithic Beef, a guilt-free alternative to fast-food burgers for those who've emerged from the stoned age.
For athletes they offer larger-sized, carb-loaded, smart-starch lunches like Spaghetti & Turkey Bolognese (brown rice spaghetti, sauteed mushrooms, basil, Parm), lean ground Buffalo Quinoa "Hash" (brown rice, kidney beans, red onions, cheddar), and Peanut Butter Pancakes made with egg whites and steel-cut oats, but not Lexington Steel-cut, because that's a portion nobody should feel comfortable swallowing
For leaf-eaters in the house, there's a DIY salad bar with protein options like sushi grade ahi and provencal chicken, as well as signature salads like the Adobo Marinated Shrimp and agave-emulsion'd Jungle Flank Steak; there's also breakfast, from a house-smoked salmon scramble to homemade turkey sausage & egg-stuffed blue-corn tortillas, bringing to mind the second thing a commercial-watching man's mind turns to: bumping tacos.