Dinner Time.


Love love love simple dinner at home. Here's what we had tonight:


If I was a hash-tagging-tweeting-girl, here's what I'd say 😉

#reallydoeatnormalfood #noplacelikehome #blessed

(is that how they do that?)


What was for dinner at your house tonight?


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  1. We had spaghetti, but your meal looks so good! Can’t wait to try out the chicken marinade 🙂

  2. We had the Rosemary-Maple Pork Tenderloin and Lemon-Butter Potatoes from the Publix ad this week. YUM! It was the recipe that they were cooking on Wednesday when I did my shopping and I just fell in love with it. It was a huge hit with my husband and son. If y’all haven’t tried it, stop by the Aprons stand next time you are in Publix and grab the recipe or you can/should find it in this week’s ad. This recipe is definitely a keeper. Here’s a link to the recipe: http://www.publix.com/aprons/meals/AllRecipes/SimpleMeal.do?mealId=4289&mealGroupId=1000

  3. Adam Apple says

    Its great to have simple, inexpensive meals that don't feel "penny pinched" Thanks for sharing!

  4. shelley robbins says

    Thank you for sharing a simple meal that does not feel “penny pinched” I have older kids (high school and college) and am making a change from my old crazy high spending days!! However, It’s important to me that the meals are something that they are excited about and don’t feel “cheap”

    • You’re so welcome! The boneless skinless chicken breast will be on sale at Publix BOGO in the upcoming ad, so I’ll be stocking up and mixing up a bunch of marinade. I love a penny pinched meal, but love it even more when it feels just like dinnertime. Good luck as you work towards pinching those pennies Shelley!

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