Using ghost kitchens and Grubhub, Bon Appétit, Delivered now offers reader-favorite recipes to customers who don't feel like cooking

A good recipe is hard to come by—and so is the motivation to actually make it. Food and lifestyle magazine Bon Appétit, one of the most popular recipe destinations for home chefs, understands that not everyone wants to go to the trouble of recreating its dishes at home. Now, they're delivering them instead.

Created in collaboration with food delivery service Grubhub and Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises, Bon Appétit, Delivered is an online-only restaurant that offers some of the magazine's most popular recipes. Open only in Chicago, the delivery-only restaurant uses ghost kitchens to prepare orders, then delivers them through Grubhub.

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