When we celebrated our first anniversary late last year, we took a lovely weekend trip to Hot Springs, AR. We wanted something affordable and within Driving Distance, but somewhere new. Since I’ve never been there, and the hubby hadn’t been there in years, Hot Springs was a perfect fit.
We stayed at a B&B, hiked, saw the Hot Springs, learned lots of history, window shopped, played “adventure” golf, and eat really yummy food.
We made sure to eat at least one fancy, slightly expensive, scrumptious dinner. My menu item of choice was Salmon with some type of Lemony Butter Sauce, with Capers. I’m sure there was additional ingredients, but these are the parts that stand out. It was phenomenal. The husband had Seabass with a similar sauce – also delectable.
Fast forward to dinner two nights ago, where an incredible fish dinner was on the menu. Basically, fried Tilapia with some type of buttery, lemon and caper sauce. I subbed in Salmon, because we were fresh out of Tilapia.
Um…. all I can say is … WOW. The hubby was actually slightly distracted by the incredible aroma of the dinner. It may not have been an exact replica of our Anniversary Meal – but it was certainly very close. And I am absolutely certain, it was 1/5 of the cost.
Oh – and did I mention it wasn’t straight-up real butter? The meal itself was off of the Emealz Low Fat plan.
So 7 months in, and we are still thrilled with Emealz. We’ve amended the plan a little, trying to make at least 3 meals a week (instead of all 5) since I started working full-time. I get home late in the day; sometimes there isn’t enough time in the evening to make a new meal.
One other thing I should mention though regarding Emealz (full disclosure), when people use my Emealz link, and from there decide to purchase a subscription, I do make a small commission. That being said, I would never recommend it (or anything else for that matter) if I didn’t truly love it.