Asian Mint’s owner/chef Nikky Phinyawatana launched “Chef Mint from Home,” a meal kit that comes with pre-measured, fresh ingredients and recipe cards to make four meals for two people. The inaugural kit includes vegetable dumplings, pad Thai, Tom Yum Soup and jasmine rice. The price is $58. Dietary restrictions can be made. Just check the boxes when placing the order. You can also add dessert, dumplings, Asian Mint sauces, beer, wine, sake, Thai tea and drama queen chili. The kits are delivered at no charge within a 3-mile radius directly from Asian Mint staff.  If you are not in the delivery zone, you can pick up curbside at the Forest Lane location. A portion of the kits will be donated to a nonprofit organization supporting the restaurant industry workforce. Pre-order kits one day in advance and place your order here. Contact: Asian Mint, 11617 N. Central Expressway, Suite 135; 214-363-6655; Monday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

Chef Ryan Carbery of Nosh Bistro is offering a dinner meal kit and interactive cooking class Saturday, March 28. For $40, you can order the makings of Pasta all’Amatriciana for two, a paired bottle of wine and a bonus roll of toilet paper. Then, at 5:30 p.m., Chef Carbery will be on Nosh’s Facebook and Instagram to teach you to make the dinner. You must pre-order the meal kit on the Nosh website, then pick it up Friday or Saturday at the Statler Hotel downtown. Menu items are also available at Nosh to pick up curbside or for delivery, including a 20% discount on food, half-price wine and a selection of cocktail kits. The restaurant also offers a bonus on gift card purchases, with an additional $20 provided for each $100 spent. Contact: Nosh, 8611 Hillcrest, Suite 100; 469-730-2400; Monday-Saturday, 12-8 p.m.

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