13 April 2011

Dinners at Home

For the month of March, Kyle and I basically ate out every meal. It was easier. But after a month of drive-thrus and restaurants, we were fat and gross and ready for a change.

Here's a step in the right direction.

Panko breaded chicken (dip chicken breast in egg and then panko, bake for 1 hour at 375ish)
Green beans (frozen from Trader Joe's and tastes like fresh)
Rice pilaf (from Trader Joe's. Kind of like Rice-A-Roni but tastier and healthier)

Now, if we could only eat at the dining room table. But for now, the couch will be fine.



  1. we're couch eaters, too. what can i say? there's nothing like watching gilmore girls together while eating dinner.. :)

  2. so happy to know that my husband and i aren't the only ones that eat at the couch!

    looks like a yummy dinner!

  3. it amazing how eating a healthy meal at home can make you feel so much better about yourself. and save you $$$. but i still love a good night out sometimes :)

  4. Every time we move we end up eating out for about a week because things are packed/unpacked at random. Usually though I cook 5 to 6 meals a week for us, its fun and we enjoy cooking together. We save so much money by planning out the meals ahead of time and clipping coupons and such! I think if we had a TV we would sit at the couch, but for now its the dining room table!

  5. Looks delicious. I am definately going to try this as I have Panko bread crumbs in my cupboard.

  6. yum! we are half and half. Our table needs the legs repaired on the chairs, so right now it's the couch. But I wanna get back to the dinner table.


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