What if you could eat like a celebrity for an entire week? Now you can get Rachael Ray meals in Miami delivered straight to your door with free delivery for this upcoming week.\nThe celebrity television chef is known for her creative dishes and mouthwatering desserts. Starting October 17th, you can order a selection of her favorite dishes from her new cookbook, Rachael Ray 50: Memories and Meals From a Sweet and Savory Life.\nRachael Ray partnered with Uber Eats to deliver her meals in 13 cities across the nation including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, New York, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Austin, Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle, Chattanooga, and Toronto.\nView this post on Instagram ONE WEEK until memories, meals and notebook scribbles from my life hit the shelves as #RR50 🥰🎉 It’s my hope that this book leaves the home cook with delicious inspiration, and the reader with that quiet smile we all get after we eat our favorite comfort food. Basically I’m going for the afterglow of a BIG bowl of spaghetti 🍝 💛 I hope 🙏🏻 you’ll enjoy it (Link in bio to pre-order before Oct 15th!) A post shared by Rachael Ray (@rachaelray) on Oct 8, 2019 at 9:14am PDT\nDelivery will be free for the first week for Miami and Fort Lauderdale's residents who live near seven commercial kitchens. The menu will consist of comfort foods such as vegetarian and low-carb options, cheeseburgers and simple pasta dishes.\nRachael Ray is the first chef jumping into the virtual-kitchen and on-demand service using kitchens form Reef Technology, a company creating tech-forward hubs that connect businesses and the community.\nView this post on Instagram Thanks for making our camp 🌭, @kathyrn_gratton! We love seeing what you cook up from our recipes. Tag us and #RRMagFan in all of your pics! #regram (📷: @kathyrn_gratton) A post shared by Rachael Ray Every Day (@rachaelraymag) on Jun 27, 2019 at 6:15pm PDT\nAccording to Miami Herald, Rachael Ray tested the delivery service and trained chefs online in the other 12 cities to taste the dishes once they arrive at the customer's door.\nThis will be just the beginning of other virtual restaurants offering their unique dishes. According to Bloomberg, online food delivery is projected to be worth $161.7 billion globally by 2023. Already, Janelle Sallenave, head of Uber Eats U.S. & Canada, is seeking out new chefs and talking with restaurateurs to offer this service.\nThe Rachael Ray to Go menu will have spiced fried chicken drummettes, pulled buffalo chicken chili with blue cheese ranch and other mouthwatering dishes.\nSo if staying in on a Saturday night wearing sweatpants while watching AMC On Demand is a choice, this will be the perfect romantic dinner at home.