If you don't have this grocery store chain near you, maybe go to their website and email them and ask them to open one.
I buy a lot of prepared food there and shove is in the fridge/freezer, heat, and serve! I don't feel terribly guilty about this, as TJ's brand foods seem to leave out all those chemical-y ingredients that I can't pronounce. I like that I can look on the box of, say, their Italian Turkey Sausage Stromboli and the list of ingredients suggest that I could make the same thing with ingredients generally found in my own kitchen. They have a lot of organic prepared foods which are a bit pricier of course. In general I think their prices are good...although clearly prepared food is always pricier than if you made it from scratch.
Then, I buy a lot of fresh veggies - asparagus, broccoli, etc. - wash, cut, throw in microwave, add a bit of butter (come one...it's BROCCOLI, it's still good for you even with a little butter on it!) salt and pepper and there's my veggie side.
To break up the steamed veggie routine, I'll cut up some fruit instead....an apple is a fine side dish for dinner, I say.
I do what others here have suggested as well, and make something big on Sunday to have all week...a pot of chicken black bean chili, lasagna, bean casserole, etc.
Anyway, try Trader Joe's for quick dinner ideas if you have them in your area.