Blue Apron Inc. is an ingredient-and-recipe meal kit service. It exclusively operates in the United States. The weekly boxes contain ingredients and also include suggested recipes that must be cooked by hand by the customer using the pre-ordered ingredients.

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  • The Blue Apron Cooking Show -- Starring YOU and Top Chef Jeremy Ford
    We sent all the ingredients for our Top Chef-inspired recipe to Blue Apron customers across the country and asked them to document their cooking adventures. Hundreds of you donned aprons, clapped clapboards, enlisted pets and made amazing videos, each worthy of its own primetime episode. We combined your videos to create the ultimate Blue Apron Cooking Show!
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  • How To: Prep Sugar Snap Peas
    These late spring treats are some of our favorites. Check out the video for some simple tricks to make prepping them a snap!
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  • How To: Poach an Egg
    This short video will teach you how to tackle one of cooking's most luxurious egg preparations. How easy it is will surprise you.
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  • Blue Apron – A better value comes from better values.
    What if we could bring you better value by having better values? By cutting out costly middlemen, we can work directly with family farms and invest in the things that matter most: building healthier farmland, cutting down on food waste, and bringing you higher quality, fresher ingredients for less than you pay at the store. Learn more about how cooking with Blue Apron can make a difference at blue...
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  • Blue Apron: Building a better food system from scratch
    What if we could fix the food system by starting from scratch? At Blue Apron, we’re working with farmers, fishermen, ranchers and leading sustainability experts to build a better food system from the ground up. We’re growing food that’s higher quality, better for the environment and more delicious, and we deliver it for less than you’d pay in a store. Learn more about how cooking with Blue Apron c...
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  • Q+A: Wine Writer Karen MacNeil
    Renowned wine expert Karen MacNeil is one of the world’s foremost wine experts and educators. The author of The Wine Bible, which has sold more than 1 million copies, she also distributes a free, easy-to-read newsletter at WineSpeed.com. We caught up with her in Napa to talk our favorite subject—wine.
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  • Week 5: Let’s Eat Together
    Now that your kids know their way around the kitchen and have mastered some basic food-prep skills, it’s time to put all that knowledge into action—by making dinner together!
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  • The Tomato Is Dead, Long Live the Tomato
    Harry Klee has eaten, by his estimation, over 500 different varieties of tomatoes. He eats tomatoes in “massive quantities,” he says, multiple times per week. Here's what he thinks is wrong with this delicious ingredient and how he's fixing it.
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  • Week 4: Let’s Get Prepped
    Now, it’s time for them to learn a range of basic cooking skills! Having youngins help with food prep makes them more likely to try out the delicious creations that make it to the table (weird-looking veggies included). I
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  • Week 3: Grow It Yourself
    You’ve definitely heard the buzz around “edible schoolyards” and school veggie gardens. There’s a reason health officials, parents, teachers, and students alike love them: Growing their own produce helps kids understand where their food comes from and makes them likelier to try healthy, fresh-grown ingredients.
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  • Week 2: Exploring the Roots of It All
    Sure, cooking with kids teaches them valuable life skills, but it’s also just plain fun! And that’s what summer is for. So we couldn’t be more excited about our brand-new virtual cooking camp. Each week, we’ll provide an activity to help your little ones learn about food and meal prep. Want to see the full […]
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  • Cooler Ways to Cook
    Summer ushers in plenty of delicious produce to savor, usually along with temperatures too high to cook in. Luckily, many of the season’s crops shine even when raw—or practically so. Two of our favorite hand-in-hand, no-heat-required techniques are marinating and macerating. Learn the basics of each, and try out two simple recipes along the way.
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  • Guide To: Misfit Produce
    Every summer, plenty of imperfect-looking produce is passed over at farmers’ markets and grocery stores— even though it’s perfectly good to eat. Learn which kinds of defects are okay to ignore (or even embrace). Don’t confuse these examples with actually defective produce!
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  • Cantaloupe & Lime Frozen Yogurt Pops
    The ultra-sweetness of ripe, in-season melon meets the tang of lime and Greek yogurt in these fruity, creamy pops. Don't have ice pop moulds? No problem! Use small, disposable plastic or paper cups! Fill the cups as you would the molds, then cover each cup with aluminum foil. Carefully cut a slit in the center of each foil lid. Place an ice pop stick through each slit (the foil will help keep the ...
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  • Official Rules: Kids Cooking Camp Contest 2017
    2017 BLUE APRON KIDS COOKING CAMP CONTEST OFFICIAL RULES   NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN THE CONTEST. A PURCHASE DOES NOT IMPROVE YOUR CHANCE OF WINNING. WINNER WILL BE REQUIRED TO EXECUTE PRIZE CLAIM DOCUMENTS (AS DEFINED BELOW) AND RETURN THEM WITHIN FIVE (5) DAYS FROM DATE OF ISSUANCE OF NOTIFICATION, […]
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  • Week 1: Eating in Season
    Sometimes, eating with the seasons feels like a no-brainer: Strawberries taste like heaven in June, and corn on the cob is so sweet in September. This week, you’ll introduce your kids to the concept of eating seasonally, so they’ll notice how eating what’s ripe now means noshing on fruits and vegetables that taste better and are more nutrient-rich.
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  • A Recipe for the Rest of the Watermelon
    Most of the time, we tend to treat watermelon rinds like ice pop sticks: just something to grab onto as you treat your parched tastebuds to waves of cool, refreshing fruitiness. But a humble rind can be transformed into a delicious ingredient in its own right. In the South, there’s a longstanding tradition of—you guessed […]

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