Landscape photographers don’t get to eat when everyone else eats. Take dinner. On a nice day, the light gets good before dinner, say 3 hours before sunset, and then you have at least 30 or 40 minutes of great post-dusk light to really shoot. Then if you shoot stars , you can be out a couple more hours. And you miss dinner.
But a little hunger is worth it. because the light at the edge of the day is special.
Dusk on roadway through water with car approaching in distance, South Dakota, USA. Canon 1Dx. 78mm. ISO 800. 100 sec. at f/16.