CONTEST | Enter To Win A Dinner For 4 From Rose’s Family Meals

Story time! A little while back, Mike went away for a week to visit one of his best friends.

My initial reaction was, “OMG – A WHOLE WEEK BY MYSELF?! HOW WILL I SURVIVE??” Then, my thought process (somewhat) quickly changed to, “OMG – A WHOLE WEEK TO MYSELF!!”

I mean, I knew I was going to miss my babaganoosh, but a week to myself wasn’t the worst thing either. I was getting excited! I was going to fill my calendar with events and hangouts with friends. I was going to drink white wine and have Mr. Noodles for dinner – just like I did far too often in my single days. Ha. I was going to enjoy some “me-time.” It was going to be fabulous.

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While I did go out and about and do a bunch of fun stuff, like check out Medieval Times with a group of new blogger friends (more details on that coming to le blogaroo soon!) – I also stayed home and did a little at-home pampering on myself.

Sometimes you just need a night at home to rest, relax, and take care of you. You know? I waited until the very last night of my solo week to do this, but hey – better late than never. LOL

So, what exactly does one need for a night of relaxation? For me, it’s easy.

JennJenn’s Checklist For A Solo Night Of Relaxation
  1. Wine, duh.
  2. Delicious food.
  3. A 90s Playlist
  4. Netflix
  5. Cuddles with Dusty

Rose's Family Meals

I REALLY wanted to focus on the relaxation part, so I did not want to cook AT ALL. So when my friends at Rose’s Family Meals offered to send me over a nutritionally-balanced, delicious multi-course meal – I didn’t hesitate to take them up on the offer.

Each 4-serving meal is composed of expertly developed recipes prepared by Rose Reisman’s team of award-winning chefs, and includes a protein-packed main course, complete with good-for-you grains and vegetable-based side dishes, a fresh salad, and dessert. Just heat & eat. What could be simpler, faster, more convenient AND good-for-you?

It was so easy! Everything came already cooked and prepared – all I had to was pop the pan in when the oven was preheated. Easy peasy, lemon squeasy!

Rose's Family Meals

What I really liked about Rose’s Family Meals was the fact that nothing was frozen. Everything was fresh and you could taste the difference. On top of that – there was minimal waste. There was one big aluminum pan with everything that was to be heated.

Rose's Family Meals

As the food was heating in the oven, I poured myself a big ol’ glass of wine and had a mini dance party to some 90s music. Because, I mean – if you’re not dancing in your PJs to some old school 90’s hits – are you really living your best life?!

 

Looking for an awesome 90s playlist? My friends over at bestdayoftheweek.com curated a great one on Spotify. You can check it out here.

And now I want to give you a chance to try out Rose’s Family Meals for yourself!

I’m giving away a gift certificate for a Rose’s Family Meals for four with a main course, vegetable side, carb side, a chef’s choice salad, AND dessert!

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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, and I was provided complimentary meal – but, as always my views are my own and the meal honestly was delish! I barely managed to save some leftovers for Mike! LOL

12 comments

  1. Kate Carter Hickey says:

    I tried out a number of healthy meal subscription services in Seoul before finding one I love. Now, I’m really on the hunt for one in Toronto because cooking for one is sad! Any chance she’s got some Keto options?

    • Jennifer says:

      The menu changes daily and weekly, and I’m sure she’d be open to working around one’s preference and restriction! Def something to check with the team about!

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