3. Throw a killer backyard barbecue with BBQ-bash-in-a-box ($10 a person) from Harley Richter Meats. The box is complete with an assortment of hand-crafted chorizo, keilbasa, and garlic-and-herb sausages, Acme torpedo rolls, sauerkraut, homemade mustard, and seasonal relish. Richter emphasizes his commitment to impeccable sourcing and promises you'll taste the difference.
4. Cater a meeting, a party, or a night off from the kitchen with the most beautiful bento box you've ever seen (around $14 per box), packed in bamboo-husk boxes and filled the the delicious fare of one of our favorite Japanese pop-ups, Peko Peko.
5. Order same-day delivery of fresh, sustainable seafood held to the standards of the Monterey Bay Aquarium from i love blue sea. This is just about as close as you can get to picking out your seafood if you're not reeling it in yourself.
Good Eggs aims to reinvent the way we connect to our local farmers -- a sort of back-to-basics approach within the context of our technology-driven world. It also boasts a savvy team of advisors and investors involved in both the food and tech worlds. CEO Rob Spiro helped raise chickens on a farm in upstate New York before co-founding a technology company, Aardvark, that was acquired by Google. CTO Alon Salant co-founded Carbon Five, a software company, but continued to make over 100 jars of marmalade each year from the Meyer lemon tree in his backyard. Sam Mogannam of the beloved Bi-Rite family and Alice Waters are also involved. So what we're trying to say is, whatever they're serving up, we're in.
Update: A few weeks ago we told you about the Mission Community Market Chef box. Now you can order the latest from Good Eggs -- savory papas bravas and an arugula, stone fruit, and ribboned squash salad from chef Nick Adams of The Salt House and The Corner Store -- to pick up on Thursday, Aug..