Let's Dish is a meal prep place, which a friend in Everett looooovvves (well, I think she does Dream Dinners, but it's the same idea). I have the usual concerns: milk products (they do list ingredients online and you can modify to some degree when you assemble), sodium (more of a problem: can leave out salt; don't have low-sodium broth and other substitutes that I would have at home; The Stocked Fridge, my second attempt at this, is willing to have low sodium broth available for an appointment if I ask ahead of time) and shellfish. The shellfish are more easily avoidable, but it's surprising how many of the dishes involve one or more of my concerns. Each dish serves 6 (at Let's Dish) and you have to sign up for a minimum of 4, so this is essentially a Once a Month Cooking exercise with someone else doing prep.
On a whim (I should be a lot more careful about these) I checked out wheeled coolers, since these are the canonical transport devices for this activity. Amazon has a big Coleman Xtreme (62 qt) for $39.99. I almost bought it instantly, and eventually caved after 5 minutes of discussing it with R. It claims it'll keep ice for 5 days at 90 degrees, which makes it a car camping tool. A really good car camping tool.
We watched an episode of Holmes on Homes today. I have apparently found My Home Improvement Show. Wow. The guy working the Jewelstone was An Artist.
I feel a cold coming on, but Teddy seems to be feeling better.