As a dad myself, I know what parents are up against when it comes to getting meals on the table. Some nights, it just seems easier to go through the drive-through, even if that means the adults also end up eating fast food instead of something a little more interesting.
That’s why we developed our menu of get-and-go meals to be especially family-friendly. Ready-made meals that you can swoop in and pick up, then heat and eat at your convenience. There’s a whole line-up of meals just for kids – with main courses like Spaghetti, Mac’n’ Cheese, PBJs. And we picked sides that kids like but that parents will approve of, like mini-carrots with ranch dip, juice boxes and apples.
Meanwhile, parents can choose from our wider selection of meals for one or two diners. These are just what you might cook if you only had the time, or order at a fine restaurant if you didn’t. Among more than a dozen rotating choices: Pretzel-Crusted Tilapia over Vegetarian Fried Rice; Spicy Chicken Diablo with Roasted Rosemary Potatoes; Meatloaf with Green Beans Amandine.
And if your kids are a little older, or a little more adventurous, look into our family meals, like Shrimp-and-Grits, or Chicken Florentine casserole, with succulent spinach. These come in sizes big enough to feed the family, and maybe a stray neighbor or two.
We’ve strategically placed these to-go meals near our checkout stands so you can dash in on your way home from work or soccer practice. After that? Everybody’s well-fed, everybody’s happy, and nobody has a big mess in the kitchen to clean up. That’s a good night in my book.