J.Lo and A-Rod's food brand just calls for this one kitchen gadget


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Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez's latest joint venture will help you channel the superstar couple in the kitchen.

The couple who are also engaged to be married, launched Tiller & Hatch last year so help time-strapped people eat healthily without breaking the bank. The line of frozen meals cuts down prep time, cook time and cleanup time, with every meal (which can feed up to a family of four for about $12 total!) designed to be made in a pressure cooker.

"When you’re part of a busy family, that time that we get to spend with the kids and sit down and have a good meal quickly is key," Lopez and Rodriguez told In The Know exclusively. "And that’s what Tiller & Hatch provides, good, nutritious meals. And we believe that it’s everybody’s right to have access to delicious quality meals."

Among the health-conscious meals offered up by Tiller & Hatch are stews and soups such as chicken tortilla and southwestern minestrone, as well as pasta with made marsala sauce and chicken or marinara and ground turkey.

The brand offers subscription bundles that range from four family meals every four weeks for $60 to eight family meals every four weeks for $114, the latter of which comes with a complimentary pressure cooker. Every option offered nets out to between just $3.00 and $2.85 per serving!

To help you get on J.Lo and A-Rod's level in the kitchen with Tiller & Hatch meals, make sure to nab yourself one of the ever-popular pressure cookers — the Instant Pot!


The Instant Pot pressure cooker has quickly become one of the most popular kitchen gadgets of the social media age, and one of In The Know readers' favorite buys.

Plus, Tiller & Hatch's Instagram account has proof that Alex Rodriguez himself uses a pressure cooker, posting a video last fall of the former MLB pro cooking one of his brand's meals:

Find out more about Tiller & Hatch here.