Hosting a Neighborday in Brooklyn? Why Not Cook a Free Dinner

There's something more to your upstairs neighbor than her penchant for Marie Callas at 7 a.m.
Your friends are at their best when they're unabashed and ridiculous in the privacy of your home.
Simply put, there’s something special about sharing a home-cooked meal that brings people together. You make new friends and reinforce old ties. And what greater pleasure is there than seeing this group of people you have assembled licking up every last bite of your home cooking?
In this spirit, What’s for Supp wants to help you gather friends and neighbors around the dinner table on Neighborday, this coming Saturday. Our supper kits provide everything you need to cook up the perfect dinner party, without having to set foot in a grocery store.
To celebrate, we're excited to offer 10 free supper kits for four (that's 40 total dinners) for the first 10 customers to order a What’s for Supp meal on Neighborday, Saturday, April 27 (use the checkout code NEIGHBORDAY.)
For all of our other amazing neighbors, we’re offering 25 percent off your meal orders (use the checkout code NEIGHBORDAY25).
Right now, we're serving just certain neighborhoods in Brooklyn. If that's you, visit, pick a recipe from our diverse cookbook, and we’ll deliver all of the ingredients in time for dinner.
Hang out with your neighbors on the last Saturday of April (a day we're calling "Neighborday"). Click here to say you'll Do It, and we'll send you GOOD's Neighborday Survival Guide and a bunch of other fun stuff. \n


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