My mother is 85 years old, on a fixed income, and currently does not drive. I'm making sure that she has good tasty healthy meals for dinner. My objective is not to provide every meal on a ongoing basis but to at least provide her with about half her dinner meals.
Today my local supermarket had some very tasty whole farm-raised salmon filets on sale. I bought two and cut them crosswise into single-serving portions. Sauteing all that salmon took maybe an hour.
That same local supermarket carries a brand of 'fresh' pasta in the deli, 'Pasta Prima'. The list of ingredients on the package reveals no unpronounceable long words or anything I would not feed my family. (Honestly, it's hard to justify making homemade ravioli when I can get these.
And then add a little pesto.
I call them 'Meals For Mom'.