What shall we have for dinner; will you get something on the way home or shall I; who is cooking tonight? These are the conversations couples up and down the country have on an almost daily basis.
But what about having a chef actually cook your choice of supper and then deliver it to the front door?
Well that's exactly what Supper - the brainchild of Duncan Scott - has created with a new free mobile app which offers busy Londoners a quick and easy solution for those wanting a homemade nutritious meal, without having to spend hours slaving over the stove or uninspiring trips to the supermarket.
All recipes on the Supper app are freshly home-cooked and must meet a strict set of criteria for calorie, fat, sugar and salt content, helping users of the app to improve their diets.
So how does the free app work?
Supper has a growing team of London based chefs and home cooks who design and prepare their individual recipes from their own kitchens. It allows you to select your favourite chef or dish in your area and have it delivered to your doorstep, at a time that suits you.
So I decided to put the Supper app to the test and see just how good the service is and if the food produced really hit the mark by ordering dinner for two one night for my partner Fiona and myself.
Firstly the ordering process is simple, quick and easy - always a good start - and secondly the meals arrived spot on my required delivery time. Jake's Kitchen, my chosen chef, claims to serve up the best of British classics and vegetarian dishes, and he pretty much delivered on that promise.
My pork belly was moist and tender, had a crispy outer with some nice fatty overtones and came with smooth and creamy mashed potato and a tasty spinach and mushroom combination. It was a wholesome well-cooked plate of food, a generous portion and the temperature was maintained in transportation from kitchen to front door.
Fiona was also impressed with her flavoursome scallops that sat on a bed on lentils, which had just the right amount of bite, mixed with petit pois, carrots and beans all making for a fresh, colourful tasty dish.
Both orders came in at £13 including delivery - which might sound expensive but this was restaurant quality food and compared against that, represents decent value for money.
Prices start at £9 for a single portion, including delivery, and then £16 for a couple and £22 for a family of three. Supper also caters for dinner parties of up to eight people and big family get-togethers.
Supper currently delivers to the west London and south west London area, and has plans to expand to other parts of London by next year.
There is certainly something attractive about having your supper prepared by a chef and then seamlessly delivered to your front door at the click of a button.
It is something I would do as a treat rather than on a regular basis, but after frantic day at the office it certainly has its appeal, and even better... There are no pans to wash up!
For full details and more information, head to the Supper website .