In an effort to show our support, we like to give back however we can. Whether it’s donating to local folks in need, teaching y’all how to live the real good life, or cheerleading for our fellow entrepreneurs and daydreamers, you can always find us ready to cheer you on!
We are proud members of Local First Milwaukee and the Working Moms of Milwaukee organizations. Our staff support for many local-serving organizations including the Tosa East Towne Neighborhood Association, Girls on the Run, and Teens Grow Greens.
Find out more in our press coverage below.
Hunger Task Force
Golly, we are lucky folks. To keep that good karma in the air, we donate 2% of all gross sales to the Hunger Task Force and sometimes hold special events to collect even more.
This organization is a critical resource for our friends and neighbors that may otherwise go to bed hungry. In addition to providing nutritious, delicious and culturally appropriate food, the Hunger Task Force does a lot of great lobbying work to ensure issues like nutrition equity and lunch shaming are addressed in our state.
Silent Auction and Sponsorships for Other Organizations
We receive many, many, MANY requests for donations or sponsorships for special events around the area. We would love to support each and every one, but that isn’t always possible. We will entertain a request from any organization within our delivery radius that is working towards the betterment of our youth, environment, or food supply. Please go here to submit your request.
As Ina Garten and Rachel Ray are Maggie’s daydreaming inspiration, it makes sense that she goes on TV every now and then to teach y’all new tricks in the kitchen.
Five Projects to Do With Toddlers on a Cold and Rainy Day
Some of them are edible — others just for fun! Here are some projects kids can do in the kitchen.
Four Ways to Update Your Grilled Cheese
Dress up a weeknight favorite on those nights you’re running between meetings and soccer practice or when you find yourself home alone and don’t want cereal for dinner.
Foodie Face Off with Local First Milwaukee
Maggie hosted her first cooking game show!
Five No Cook Meals for Hot Summer Days
When it’s too hot to turn on the stove but you’ve still got to make everybody dinner, turn to these suggestions.
Four Quick Meals from The Farmers Market
Maggie shares quick and easy meals inspired by a trip to the Tosa Farmers Market.
Three Ways to Dress Up Boxed Mac and Cheese
Friday is Mac and Cheese Day in the Joos house and now it can be in yours, too! Dress up the boxed stuff without too much effort for a semi-gourmet meal.
Three Easy Back to School Meals
As we get back into the fall schedule, dinner needs to be a crowd-pleaser that can be made during homework time. These three meals fit that bill.
Grocery Shopping At Your Fingertips – Test Run of Grocery Delivery Services
Obviously, we know that full meal delivery straight to your door makes sense, but what about all those grocery services. Maggie puts them to the test.
Feb 20, 2023 Single-serving, ready-to-heat meals from The Real Good Life are now available at Metcalfe’s Market, 6700 W. State St. in Wauwatosa.
Oct 26, 2018 – Dinner at home is a very personal thing. Even if it is a Tuesday night, people want something a little special. That’s what Maggie Skarich Joos thinks about providing a meal delivery service in the metro Milwaukee area.
March 17, 2018 – The whole team had fun hosting Brian Kramp at the Real Good Life kitchen. We showed him how to make roasted carrots and frost Guinness cupcakes with Irish Cream frosting. Gotta put the guests to work!
Feb 8, 2018 – Maggie Skarich Joos has always dreamed of building her own “Martha Stewart empire.” And she’s one step closer to realizing her dream thanks to the launch The Real Good Life, 7227 W. North Ave., a meal delivery business that caters to busy people, particularly those with families. Link to full article here.
The Real Good Life, a food service that prepares and delivers ready-made meals, recently opened in Wauwatosa at the former Tall Guy and a Grill Catering space. Link to the full article here.