This Hawaiian-inspired dish can either be served as a bowl or served as an appetizer when eaten with chips or crackers. This recipe shares 3 ways you can prepare Poke Tuna which can be found in the freezer section of the market directly in front of our meat case.

This recipe combines everything that is good in this world. Meatballs and a sweet, syrupy sauce to cover them in. This Asian-inspired bowl is an easy weeknight dinner, especially if you freeze a batch of these weeknight meatballs ahead of time.

This is an easy casserole dish and delicious enough for company. I prefer chicken thighs as I always find them a tastier and less expensive option than chicken breasts. And if you ask really nicely the butchers will even debone them for you!

This easy dinner comes together in 30 minutes or less, making it faster and healthier than takeout! It has all the delicious elements of an eggroll, minus the deep-fried wrapper.

Warm rice noodles tossed in a spicy, slightly salty cilantro-lime tahini sauce and served with honey-roasted sweet potatoes and vibrant greens, this recipe is easy and comes together in 30 minutes. Plus you can enjoy the leftovers (warm or cold) for lunch the following day.

Loaded with chickpeas, spinach, pomegranates, Cara Cara oranges, avocado, herbs, a drizzle of light creamy dressing, and grilled lemon chicken this salad is a great option if you’re looking for a lighter yet protein-packed dinner.

This recipe is the simplest, creamiest bowl of fettuccine Alfredo. With a rich and creamy sauce, burst cherry tomatoes, and fresh basil and sage, it’s fancy enough for the weekend, but easy enough to make any night of the week.

This one-pot creamy chicken orzo comes together insanely fast. Like, 20 minutes fast. With basic veggies, a little garlic, and a hint of creaminess this supper is comforting and familiar, in the very best way.

Consisting of 9 simple ingredients, no marinating required, and only 10 minutes to cook up. This teriyaki sauce with chicken is great served over rice for a takeout at home kind of meal.

An old-fashioned meat and potatoes dinner, ready in about 30 minutes and with minimal dishes? At the end of a long day this sheet pan dinner is as easy and delicious as it sounds.

Coming together on one pan, only 10 minutes of prep, and a homemade seasoning, sheet pan chicken fajitas are a great weeknight meal that the whole family will love.

Made with an easy soy sauce and lime marinade, crisped up in a cast-iron skillet and then topped with a simple corn salsa and lime crema, these tacos are healthy, easy and so satisfying. You can even prepare these in advance to make your weeknight dinners that much easier!

Loaded with steak, dripping with au jus, and just oozing with cheese, this recipe not only makes one or two but makes 4 French dip sandwiches to easily feed a whole family.

With a short ingredient list, this caramelized pork is sticky-sweet and comforting. Served over fluffy coconut rice and topped with pineapple, you’ll be dreaming of tropical places.