Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Artizone gourmet food delivery service in Dallas expands offerings
You can get wine, ravioli, cookies, and bread.
Artizone, a gourmet food delivery service in Dallas, is about to forever change the landscape of gay porn. No longer will a pizza delivery boy be the object of lust and creative uses of breadsticks. Instead, when that doorbell rings and the disco-porn music begins its wokka-wokka in the background, the door will open to a tall, dark stud carrying local cheeses, exotic mushrooms, and a giant Quatro Leches cake.
And the movie could stop right there.
This is every fantasy we have rolled into one. Imagine shopping at 16 different stores on one website, paying one bill, and having everything delivered to your home at the time and day of your choosing.
Some of Dallas’ best purveyors are already part of Artizone, with many more being added to fill every niche – and every cupboard in your house. Organic, free-range eggs. Fresh herbs. Gay-made cookies. Flowers. Coffee. Fine wine.
Literally, everything you need for a fancy dinner party besides a hot stripper to jump out of that La Duni cake.
We recently put Artizone to the test by getting together a group of gays for a meal created entirely from products purchased from the site. We had three varieties of ravioli and sauces from Holy Ravioli, an amazing loaf of bread from Empire Baking Company, and some delicious treats from La Duni. For $50, we had more than enough food to feed our sextet of manorexics and five-course queens alike. And we never had to leave the house.
Not only did we look like gourmet chefs, it was the easiest dinner party we’ve ever thrown because everything was simply heat-and-serve. Next week, we’re getting a little more adventurous with a Barefoot Contessa recipe utilizing fresh shrimp from Rex’s Seafood and feta from Scardello.
Let’s just hope we’re home when they leave that package of shellfish at our front door. Otherwise, we’ve got one helluva practical joke for our neighbor’s mailbox.
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