How does it work? First, you schedule a time to go. They only allow so many people to use their "professional" kitchen at a time. Next, you decide how many meals you want to prepare ... and you select your meal choices from the menu. My sister-in-law and I split the 12-meal plan ... she got seven and I got five, which is also something you can do.
Once you get to Dinner Done, you have to prepare your meals ... which I love since it allows me to keep the nasty onions out of my meals. They have the kitchen set up in stations ... one station per meal. Each station has all the ingredients you need to prepare your meal ... it is awesome. You do your thing and then move on to the next station ... they clean up your mess! Oh, one more thing ... you can split your meals if you want. For example, one chicken dish is typically four large chicken breasts. So if that is too much for one meal, you can split it into two meals. That is what I did with all five of my meals ... I can always cook two at a time if I need to.
So in the end, I got 10 meals for $100 ... not too shabby. For me, the cost is worth it because 1) I don't always have time to cook like this, and 2) we wouldn't normally eat this healthy on a day to day basis ... because we don't always have time to cook like this.
And here is what part of my freezer looks like ... just take it out, thaw and bake. Presto!