Dinner drama is almost normal at The Samples’ residence. I’m not sure if it is because I work FT outside of the house or if it is because my kids are so far apart in age or maybe the fact that they are boys? Whatever the reason is there are a lot of times where I relied on Barber Foods to help solve my dinner drama. It never fails that at least once a week my boys or my husband will forget to take something out of the freezer to ensure it is fully defrosted by the time I get home. I don’t know how many times our menu has changed at 6pm and I am struggling to find last minute recipes.
Dinner drama can be lots of things to lots of people. Not only does dinner drama include the process of making dinner but it can also include the mere gathering of the family for dinner. No matter how you define dinner drama my family encompasses it all. Once we nail down the actual dinner finding the time to share it together becomes another whole issue. My oldest son is always busy or off running around with friends, my husband is busy trying to get in his workout, and my youngest is never hungry. We try to make it a rule that at least 3 times a week we all find a way to join each other at the table for a dinner. This is getting tougher as time goes by and the kids get older.
Barber Foods rescues dinner. Their company focuses on family and the importance of sharing meals. They are a company that I stand behind and that I rely on to help me out when dinner becomes drama at our home. We have not tried their newest Seasoned Selects, but plan to once they reach our grocer. We have eaten (see above) the breaded Cordon Bleu in the past and enjoyed it, so I’m guessing we would like the Seasoned Selects even more since they are without the breading.
NEW Barber Seasoned Selects are a savory alternative to our classic Stuffed Chicken Breasts. Seasoned instead of breaded, they’re lower in calories, fat and carbs, but not in flavor. Our Cordon Bleu features smoke-flavored cooked ham, a blend of Swiss and American cheese and just the right amount of garlic, onion and other spices.
Because we are curious what your dinner drama is at your home Barber Foods and I are going to give away a $25 GC to a random reader.
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Disclosure: Barber Foods reached out to me to try their new Seasoned Selects and provided a GC to me. The giveaway will end April 22nd at 11:59pm EST and winner will be chosen by “And the winner is” and must reply to notification within 24 hours of receiving email. US only, 18+.