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Pros: This one is almost definitely the most intense. Not only are the recipes the most complicated (it is appealing to people who already consider themselves to be competent chefs, methinks), there's also a bounty of available themed plans, from food specifically designed to cook with kids, to diabetes-friendly meals, to a partnership with Weight Watchers, and a meal plan curated by the NY Times' food writers, which is the one I tried out. The meals themselves -- though difficult to prepare -- were amazing, even if I sometimes had to get help (I called my mom, OK?). Sam Sifton's recipe for oven-roasted chicken shawarma required me to go out and purchase an EXTRA sheet pan (which may not seem egregious, but you definitely need a stocked cabinet of kitchen tools to make these work) and sucked, like, 90 minutes of my life away from me. But when it was done, it was damn good. And, despite being from the NY Times, the recipes didn't feel stale or pedantic. Who knew?