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Blue Apron Cost

Blue Apron ingredients and recipe card. A once-a-week subscription service that provides recipes and ingredients to make 3 meals for the number of people you specify; 2 or 4. Meals are $9.99 per person, so for a box of 3 meals it is $60. You can get a special deal on your first week - two free meals, so it'd cost $39.96 for 2 ppl or $49.94 for 4 (normally $69.94). Delivery is free.

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from NousDecor

Entertain In Style, With Help From Sur La Table, Blue Apron, BloomThat, NousDecor and Refinery29

Entertain In Style, With Help From Sur La Table, Blue Apron, BloomThat, NousDecor and Refinery29 - The Accent™

from Polyvore

Vintage Kitchen Decor. ( Ice Blue)

"Vintage Kitchen Decor. ( Ice Blue)" by farmgirl2015 ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring interior, interiors, interior design, home, home decor, interior decorating, Dot & Bo, KitchenAid, Cost Plus World Market and Ulster Weavers

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I was Rosie the Robot from the Jetson's for Halloween this year. Just two round pieces of styrofoam, two light blue posters, a couple dowel rods, felt, foam (for apron,cap,), and a sharpie. The buttons were pompoms hot glued to bobby pins and tucked into the button holes of my shirt. =22bucks and got great feedback

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from Blue Apron Blog

Why Blue Apron Can Deliver Ingredients for Less Than 60% of What Your Grocery Store Charges

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from Anthropologie

Tea-And-Crumpets Apron

This is just the cutest apron I've seen!!! I may just have to find a way to justify the cost!!!

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from Sew Liberated

Emmeline Apron PDF Sewing Pattern

I used to always think aprons were...kind of old fashioned. But now that I'm trying to *gasp* actually cook more...I'm tired of getting stuff on my shirt. And this is too adorable!

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Ladies' One-Piece Kitchen Apron: Circa 1910 Size: 36" Bust This pattern was published by Peerless Patterns. It is a very simple pattern consisting of the apron, cut on the fold, and the pocket. It buttons at the back neck with one button. Suggested fabrics: Aprons were made of white cotton percale, woven ginghams and printed cottons. Woven gingham colors were blue-plaid, blue and white check and black-and-white-check.

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