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Do you eat TV or microwave dinners?

L1 2012/06/09 01:23:15
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  • Andy Fletcher 2012/06/09 03:10:48
    Yes
    Andy Fletcher
    +11
    I'd been craving stuffed bell peppers for a long time now, but they are a lot of work to make. Especially for one person. So the other day I got me some of the Stouffer's brand. I always passed them up because I was sure they would suck goats. WRONG! They are pretty darn good. Stouffer s stuffed peppers

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  • gottaluvtish 2012/06/09 03:30:53
    Undecided
    gottaluvtish
    +4
    only when i crave this....
    swedish meatballs frozen meal
  • L1 gottalu... 2012/06/10 02:34:47
    L1
    +1
    I love that one! Thank you!
  • Centrist_Bill 2012/06/09 03:25:01
    Yes
    Centrist_Bill
    +4
    I have used a few as side dishes.
  • L1 Centris... 2012/06/10 02:11:19
    L1
    Thanks!
  • Centris... L1 2012/06/10 03:08:28
    Centrist_Bill
    +1
    Anytime.
  • Shawna 2012/06/09 03:24:52
    No
    Shawna
    +6
    I needed the hardly ever choice-lol. Awhile ago I was really sick and could not get food for myself. I had to keep a stash of microwave meals on hand. I don't really like them but some are tolerable.
  • mark Shawna 2012/06/09 04:06:26
    mark
    +3
    I can handle some Hungry Man , Marie Callendars , and Stouffers. Most of the rest are trouble.
  • Shawna mark 2012/06/09 10:31:27
    Shawna
    +4
    I am vegetarian. I have tried Amy's and it's fine. Amy s palak panner Amy s burrito
  • L1 Shawna 2012/06/09 10:57:03
    L1
    +3
    Amy's looks good. Do you know where it's carried? Thanks!
  • Shawna L1 2012/06/09 11:01:32
    Shawna
    +1
    It's an American company but in Canada most of my local groceries stores have it. There are soups and many frozen entrees. I would suggest a Trader Joes or that type of place.
  • L1 Shawna 2012/06/09 11:16:04
    L1
    +1
    I'll check my trader Joe's. Thanks!
  • L1 Shawna 2012/06/10 02:11:39
    L1
    +1
    I concur! Thank you!
  • wolfshadow 2012/06/09 03:20:35
    Yes
    wolfshadow
    +6
    I will eat microwave dinners when I have to but I have never been able to figure out how to get a meal off the tv....
  • L1 wolfshadow 2012/06/10 02:12:05
    L1
    +1
    lol! Thanks!
  • RogerCoppock 2012/06/09 03:15:11
    Yes
    RogerCoppock
    +6
    I'm on the Jenny Craig diet plan, which is mostly microwaved food.
  • L1 RogerCo... 2012/06/09 09:56:00
    L1
    +2
    You're right. Jenny Craig is microwaved food. AIs it good? I just wondered.
    Thanks!
  • RogerCo... L1 2012/06/09 14:30:33
    RogerCoppock
    +2
    It's good, sometimes. It gets boring after a few months,
  • L1 RogerCo... 2012/06/10 02:35:33
    L1
    They need more variety, huh?
  • RogerCo... L1 2012/06/10 02:57:59
    RogerCoppock
    +1
    Yes, prior to Jenny Craig I ate a more varied diet.
    That, however, made me fat and unhealthy.
  • Andy Fletcher 2012/06/09 03:10:48
    Yes
    Andy Fletcher
    +11
    I'd been craving stuffed bell peppers for a long time now, but they are a lot of work to make. Especially for one person. So the other day I got me some of the Stouffer's brand. I always passed them up because I was sure they would suck goats. WRONG! They are pretty darn good. Stouffer s stuffed peppers
  • wolfshadow Andy Fl... 2012/06/09 03:21:24
    wolfshadow
    +6
    I love those.... and the price actually came DOWN on them a little....
  • mark wolfshadow 2012/06/09 05:51:46
    mark
    +3
    I don't know what grocers you have in San Antonio , but in Knoxville , TN , Krogers often has big discounts on Stouffers brand.
  • wolfshadow mark 2012/06/09 07:35:01
    wolfshadow
    +3
    HEB and Walmart mostly, they ran off Krogers and Albertsons ... I get most of my food from HEB when I discovered how much cheaper it was then Safeway/Appletree in college.
  • Lovita Andy Fl... 2012/06/09 07:04:36
    Lovita
    +2
    They ARE DELICIOUS!!!!! And so much easier and faster to prepare! Where were they when I was married and rushing home to make dinner???????
  • caius m... Andy Fl... 2012/06/09 08:25:49
    caius madison
    +3
    That in particular is my favorite Stouffer's frozen dish. They are surprisingly good at times. Decent lasagna too! I really like their seafood offerings. It isn't cheap, but often their meals aren't for one person either.
  • Andy Fl... caius m... 2012/06/09 09:29:36
    Andy Fletcher
    +1
    The two stuffed peppers are $2.94 at my local Walmart. No way I could make them for that myself. I could make them BETTER, but at about double that price.

    And yes, some of their stuff IS a bit more expensive.
  • caius m... Andy Fl... 2012/06/09 19:59:49
    caius madison
    +1
    The thing I lile about them is more often than not, the peppers come out with some decent texture left to em. You'd think they'd be mushy, but no, they're fine. The price is very fair on those in particular, and they take not that long to make.
  • Vennie caius m... 2012/06/09 20:04:55
    Vennie
    +1
    I've had the lasagne and it is good. Too much for one person, but the leftovers did for lunch next day. Have to check out the seafood. (I love SodaHead! I learn so much on here!)
  • L1 Andy Fl... 2012/06/09 09:57:07
    L1
    +2
    I love stuffed bell peppers, but they do take work to make. I never knew Stouffers carried stuffed bell peppers. I'll look next time I go to store. Thanks!
  • bettyboop Andy Fl... 2012/06/09 18:58:09
    bettyboop
    +1
    The stouffer's stuffed peppers are really good. That is one of the ones I buy the most because it taste almost home cooked.
  • Vennie Andy Fl... 2012/06/09 20:03:03
    Vennie
    +1
    Hoo boy! Those look good. I'll lookl for that at my supermarket. I know they carry some Stouffer's stuff. Thanks for tip!
  • lil crazy 2012/06/09 03:09:09
    Yes
    lil crazy
    +6
    When I was still working (a couple of weeks ago) I would often have them for lunch because they are inexpensive and convenient when you only have a refrigerator and microwave at your disposal.
  • L1 lil crazy 2012/06/09 09:58:07
    L1
    +3
    Yes, you're right. Cost and convenience are what makes TV dinners still a selling item. Thanks!
  • Andy 2012/06/09 03:02:57
    Undecided
    Andy
    +5
    I have many times... in the past. Not for at least 15 years. Loved them in the old days...
  • L1 Andy 2012/06/09 09:58:48
    L1
    +2
    I remember when all TV dinners were only heated in the oven. That was a long time ago!
    Thanks!
  • Vennie Andy 2012/06/09 20:08:34
    Vennie
    +1
    Remember when they came in those little aluminum trays with compartments for the different stuff? Of course that was before microwave ovens and the "TV dinners" had to be cooked in an oven. And we really did eat them on "TV trays" sitting in the livingroom in front of the TV watching "I Love Lucy" and "Milton Berle" and Sid Cesar's "Show of Shows". Oh, wow, that's been a while!
  • Andy Vennie 2012/06/12 15:36:40
    Andy
    +1
    Yes, Yes!!
  • Loser lollipop 2012/06/09 02:57:27
    No
    Loser lollipop
    +4
    Never, I prefer the taste of real food
  • L1 Loser l... 2012/06/09 09:59:09
    L1
    +2
    Thanks!
  • juicebox07 2012/06/09 02:54:26
    Yes
    juicebox07
    +3
    Yes. I don't think they give you big enough portions though. They don't fill me up.

    My favorite is Chicken Margherita.

    chicken margherita cafe

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