Monday was another busy night for our family-Mike and Lola both needed to be picked up from various locations, I was busy getting stuff done, and I really wanted to watch the Olympics. It would have been really easy to grab dinner somewhere or call out for pizza, but fortunately, I had a Dream Dinners meal defrosting in the fridge. To start the meal, I filled a pot with water and brought it to a boil. I added in my linguine and cooked it about 10 minutes before draining it. I added a little bit of olive oil to the pasta, stirred it, and set it aside. Next, I removed the chicken breasts from their bag and cooked them in a frying pan with a little olive oil. Normally, I would cook them about 4 minutes on each side, but they were still a little frosty, so I cooked them about 6 minutes on each side. After the chicken had cooked, I poured the sauce ingredients in the pan and brought it to a boil. I let the chicken and sauce simmer for 15 minutes. We served the chicken and sauce over the linguine, added a salad, and dinner was ready. This meal definitely tasted like I had worked on it a lot longer than I did. I loved the bright, citrusy flavor of the lemon sauce, which paired nicely with the tender chicken and linguine. I did feel like there was probably more pasta than I needed, but that can definitely be used as a side for another meal. Once again, Dream Dinners saved the day and gave me plenty of time to watch my beloved Olympics.