Easy Dinners For 2 Under $30

Beat the restaurants with a great meal for two all for under $30!Cost, convenience and time are driving what we eat. Eating out, while convenient, can put a significant dent in your wallet. Depending on what you get, the food quality can be terrible for you. Home-cooked meals typically run cheaper and can be such better food quality, but it can take a lot of time and planning.

There’s good news. You don’t need to be a seasoned chef to enjoy better than restaurant-quality meals without breaking the bank. TnF Farms is ready and willing to show you how. That’s why we are curating a collection of budget-friendly meals and cooking tips that will enable you to prepare an easy dinner for 2 under $30. You can’t get a decent meal for $30 for 2 anymore when you eat out.

More than just a piece of meat and a potato.

Our meals and recipes cover a range of diet preferences. Whether you’re a fan of Italian, Asian, Mexican or Americana. We believe that a tight budget shouldn’t limit your culinary adventures, and our recipes will prove that you too can make an easy dinner for 2 under $30.

We are living in expensive times. Enjoying great meals on a budget is entirely achievable. With our recipes using quality ingredients and straightforward cooking instructions, you can savor restaurant-quality dishes from the comfort of your own home, all while keeping your wallet happy. Say goodbye to costly dining out and hello to delicious, cost-effective homemade meals that will leave your taste buds satisfied and your finances intact.

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Loco Moco: Authentic Hawaiian

Our friend and fellow foodie Kaitlyn came to visit TnF Farms and wanted to cook Hawaiian for us tonight. We really love her visits because Kaitlyn always makes us amazing comfort foods. Tonight she wanted to make us a favorite comfort food called Loco Moco. It is a staple in Hawaiian cuisine and there are a lot of variations. The dish is enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

A well-deserved ribeye

Today was a good day. We sold some livestock and we’ve been doing some improvements to our property and construction for some of the new livestock we are getting. All this work makes for long days and fast moving weekends that are over too quickly. Today was no exception. We wrapped up a project by the outside lights of our garage and came in for the evening meal. I was pretty excited for a steak dinner. Faith was done and decided to just turn in early. So tonight I’m going to do a modified version of a great meal for 2 for less than $30. Instead, it’s a well-deserved ribeye dinner for one for less than $15.

TnF Farms Jambalaya

I have had jambalaya a number of times since moving to the south. I think it’s pretty good. I’ve been wanting to try my hand at making some of my own. Porterhouse Meat Market has been featuring alligator crab boil bratwurst. In my experiments to really get this jambalaya dish to pop, I’ve had to visit Porterhouse a few times as my previous attempts have not measured up. Fawzi, the owner of Porterhouse has been kind enough to set a few packages of the alligator crab boil bratwurst aside for me as it seems to sell out fast.

The weekend is coming and you need to grill!

Like every week, we were almost out of bacon. I stopped into Porterhouse Meat Market on the edge of Havana, Florida to refresh our bacon stash and to check out what was in the fresh cuts. There were a couple of filet mignons that were just begging to be rolled up in bacon and a big ol’ ribeye wanted to come home with me.

Marinated Chuck Steaks

The candy store days have long gone but now as a 40 something, I have a better vice. Butcher shops. I am frequenting a local butcher shop called Porterhouse meat market in-between Havana and Tallahassee on the Florida Georgia highway. It has a bit of the mini mart nuance and the best part, fresh cut meats. Faith Johnson and I enjoy being foodies and now we try to make stuff better than a restaurant. This recent round at Porterhouse, I restocked on bacon and picked up some chuck steaks.