My Dinner Daily Dinner Pick of the Week!
Jul 28, 2017
Last week, I introduced the concept of The Dinner Daily, an online subscription service that provides weekly recipes and shopping lists, specific to your grocery store of choice, which County Market is now a part of.
Thank you to everyone that entered the contest to win a free yearly subscription and helped spread the word about Finding Dinner Again. The winner has been notified!
This week, I wanted to give you a review of what I thought of my first week trying out The Dinner Daily. First off, the process is simple. Within a few minutes you will have your shopping list and recipes for the week ready to go.
What I liked about the process was the variety. If you didn’t like one dish you can choose a different one from the drop down menu, and the same with the selected side. A second benefit for me was that I recognized all of the ingredients. Many of the staples I already had at home. No special trips or research was needed. The grocery shopping did not take a ton of effort and the recipe card prep time listed was accurate.
I picked out my favorite recipe of the week to share with you. I featured this recipe in my blog last week, but I wanted to add some pictures and additional explanation this go around. What I loved about this recipe is that it is beyond simple, not anything I would have ever thought of on my own, and it tasted great.
Here is the recipe, one more time:
Picky Eater Alert: As this recipe calls for half of a loaf of Italian bread you can use the other half for those in your household that prefer regular buttered bread as a separate item along with plain chicken, also set aside.
For those that are not on the picky end of the spectrum, this dish is a real crowd pleaser. I was really surprised how a few common ingredients combined into a home run dinner option.
When it is hot outside cooking often goes to the back burner (pun intended), so beat the heat with this quick and tasty dish!
A Marketing Mom Striving to get out of the Fast Food Lane and into the Grocery Aisle
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