Offices are closed and catered lunches are a thing of the past, but your home set-up can still use a boost at midday. Instead of takeout or those same go-to meals you know too well, try your hand at whipping up your own take-to-work lunches, which only need to be carried from your kitchen to your study.
Use these two weeks' worth of diverse, delicious dishes to keep you energized until you can be back with all your beloved co-workers once again.
A simple and filling weeknight dinner, this salad has a delicious chipotle lime vinaigrette to accompany skillet-cooked shrimp and fresh avocado.
Make this Chinese classic Beef and Broccoli tonight in less time than it takes to order from your favorite restaurant. You'll be surprised by how quick and easy this dish is to prepare, while still tasting just like take-out!
This Spicy Mexican-Style Protein Bowl is healthy and fresh with tons of flavor!
This elevated childhood sandwich is cheesy, gooey, and perfectly cut by the tart apple and spicy deli mustard.
This wonderful kale pesto is made more substantial with white beans, and served over tender cheese tortellini. Buying pre-made tortellini really saves time, making this perfect for a weeknight dinner!
This Orange Basil Salad with Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette is a healthy and welcome change to run of the mill garden salads.
Brushed with herb-infused olive oil and stuffed with fresh scallions, sage, thyme, and rosemary, this oven-roasted chicken will be tender, juicy, and packed with flavors. Simple and tasty!
Use your leftover chicken from last night and simply shred it. It doesn't get easier than microwave meals done in only 10 minutes. Plus, these enchiladas are just as delicious as any you'd find at a restaurant.
Eggs, pork fat, and parmesan cheese make up the base of this rich and silky pasta.
This yummy and delightful chickpea curry recipe is vegan, healthy, cheap, and counts as three whole servings of vegetables!
The traditional Korean Beef recipe is usually made with thinly sliced steak, but ground beef is a great substitute in a pinch. It takes just minutes to prepare and will become your go-to meal on a super busy weeknight.
This Bacon Fried Rice is loaded with delicious, smoky goodness. It’s the perfect way to utilize leftover rice and is ready in only 15 minutes, which makes it perfect for weeknights (or even breakfast)!
This ragu is super hearty without the expense and heaviness of the traditional version.
This is not your typical salad. Nope, it’s the kind of dish that makes you want to eat more, the kind of meal you eat with your arm protectively guarding the contents of your plate from passersby. You never know when someone’s going to swoop in for a bite of fresh mozzarella.