I eat out of convenience a lot of the time.
If it’s easy, quick, and delicious, I’m all in.
I’ve been keeping a slight (slight) distance from frozen foods. Not that I don’t like frozen foods, I do. But for a little bit now, I’ve been either eating meals from restaurants, or cooking myself.
But this week, I decided to head down the frozen meals aisle, and take a gander at what’s new. I was at my local Target store, and came across a line of foods that after making one of the meals just now, it’s become one of my grocery store obsessions.
The brand? Evol.
Amen to that, right?
The mission, motto, and packaging are very promising.
And based off of the grilled chicken Parmesan skillet meal for 2 (butttt I made mine for one), it delivers.
Several things I’m blown away about with this meal:
1) From cooking the pasta in the skillet, the pasta did NOT turn soggy!
Sometimes this happens with frozen food, if you overcook, the pasta turns into mush. This was not the case today.
2) It had good flavor!
3) The meat looked and tasted good.
Sometimes with frozen meals I find the meat looks and tastes weird ! Do you ever find that? The chicken in this meal tasted really light, tender and fresh.
Evol has TONS of options for you to try, including another one I bought and am anxiously awaiting to try, truffle Parmesan mac and cheese, butternut squash and sage ravioli, a handful of fun breakfast sandwiches, and several gluten free items too.
If you’re looking for something cheap and very easy to make, try out Evol.
My second obsession comes from a recent trip to the salon.
I’m getting my hair colored one day, and my hairdresser offers its drink selection to me, one option being wine.
Every time I’ve gone there so far, I’ve always opted for a Diet Coke, or a coffee. But that day, I decided to ask about it, and she told me there was a blackberry Merlot.
“Ooh!” I said excitedly.
And lo and behold, it was a wine brand I hadn’t really drank before until now: Arbor Mist.
If I had to choose between sweet or dry wine, I would choose dry, and that I have my parents to thank because they love a good Chardonnay, and so do I.
But the blackberry merlot is magic. It has a little sparkle to it, tasting not overly sweet, and has the nice blackberry tangy flavor.
This experience led me to me driving to the local drive thru liquor store and trying other flavors, which were also delicious (Mixed Berry Merlot and Strawberry White Zinfandel).
If you’ve never swung towards Arbor Mist until now, I say go for the gold and try it. You will NOT regret it, and at its good price, get the magnum!
Have you had any of these two products? If so, please let me know how you liked them!