There really aren't that many different meal kits listed.
What if I want to cook my own boneless Buffalo-style fried chicken?
Yes, there are numerous recipes online, but I would rather pay for a professional one and have it come with the necessary ingredients.
It has puzzled me for a while who meal kits are 'for'. I get the sense it is for busy working parents (particularly moms) who don't have enough time to prepare meals and use it as an alternative to picking up takeout (feel better as a parent). I can also see them as a gateway to cooking or being more adventurous with meals you cook yourself. A shocking amount of people are never taught how to cook by their parents and schools don't do it anymore. Meal kits seem like a bit of 'learn how to cook'. Obviously as you get more comfortable you're more inclined to buy the ingredients and prep yourself.
Are the pies baked in house?
Extended family is French Canadian. There is dissension in the ranks regarding potato in tortière. There is also dissension regarding which meat / combination of meats to use. Me? My background is British, so meat pie is a whole 'nother thing from tortière