Are you tired of eating leftovers and fast food lunches? If so, you'll love these easy-to-prepare meals for people on the go! If you plan on brown-bagging your lunch, I recommend making these recipes the night before. That way, you can grab your lunchbag as you head out the door. If you work from home or serve these recipes on weekends, you'll be happy to know all of them can be made in 30 minutes or less! Enjoy and Bon Appetit!
Are you wondering what's for dinner? If so, here are 7 super simple cheap gourmet dinner suggestions: Monday: Balsamic and Olive Oil Marinated Pork Shoulder Steaks. This entree is perfect with sides of macaroni and cheese and green beans. Add a slice of bread with butter or dipping oil or a hot dinner roll.
Last night, I whipped up an amazing chicken breast stuffed with brie cheese and wrapped in bacon. Unfortunately, my digital camera broke and I was unable to photograph my creation. However, it was so amazing I HAD to share the recipe with you. Once I purchase a new camera, I'll make the recipe again and add some photos to this post. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy this delicious entree as much as we did!
The following Super Simple Chicken Pasta Recipe was created using leftover chicken and a variety of pastas. Do you ever have boxes with just a little bit of pasta left in them? If so, this recipe is the perfect solution!
Are you a Top Chef fan? Personally, I'm addicted to it. Although Stefan definitely has talent, he's a bit too arrogant for me. I'm rooting for Hosea and Carla and would be happy for either of them to win. Fabio seems like a great guy, but I'm not so certain he'll make it to the final four. And, while I hold nothing against Leah, when she quit during the fish cleaning challenge, I question her abilities as a Top Chef. Chefs can't quit no matter how tough the situation.