Do you ever eat

Canada
June 29, 2007 5:12pm CST
TV dinners ??? What is your favorite kind ????
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11 responses
@irishmist (3843)
• United States
4 Jul 07
We really don't eat them as a dinner. My daughter picks them up at the market, when they are on sale. we have them for snacks. We do however give my grandkids TV dinners on ocassion. Sometimes they are going somewhere and need to eat early. We get the kiddie ones for them. as they are 11,8 & 4. As far as my favorite dinner, the fish or rib dinner is pretty good.
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• Canada
7 Jul 07
I don`t mind the rib but have never even seen the fish let along try it but I do like fish , what kind is it ????
@irishmist (3843)
• United States
11 Jul 07
They have different ones. Like the fish fillet or 2 types of fish. It depends on what brand you buy.
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@gabs8513 (48803)
• United Kingdom
29 Jun 07
I am not to sure what you mean by this but if you mean eating something when I am watching the TV then no as I very rarely watch the TV but if you mean Receipts of the Tv then again no as I do not watch anything like that Come on Kitty it is Blondie here do not confuse her lol
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• Canada
1 Jul 07
Sorry gabs I didn`t mean to confuse you , TV dinners are pre packaged meals like the one I had last nioght was boneless ribs , with corn and mashed potatoes ... Here they call it TV dinners ... Their Ok but I don`t eat them often ...
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@gabs8513 (48803)
• United Kingdom
1 Jul 07
Hahahaha its nt hard to confuse me believe me ok then no I don't eat them lol
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• United States
10 Jul 07
I'm not a big fan of TV dinners. As a matter of fact I only eat them if i'm on a diet. Lean Cuisines and Smart Ones are not bad when you're on a diet and need a quick meal but I don't really like them. The taste and consistency of the food isn't right. LOL
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• Canada
18 Jul 07
I don`t blame you at all , I only eat them if I am not cooking for anyone except myself , I find they all taste thes same ... SALTY , that can`t be good for anyone ...
@brendakaya (2335)
• United States
6 Jul 07
Yes, I do. I really like the turkey and stuffing ones, and also the chicken and dumpling ones. I like most any kind, but those are probably my 2 favorites.
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• Canada
7 Jul 07
I`ve never tried either the turkey or chicken yet I amy I`m scaedr to try things I don`t know in case I don`t like them . Maybe one day I`ll try them .
@katty0004 (387)
• United States
2 Jul 07
I like the chicken ones , I like the vegetables that come with them , Plus if I am tried they are easy to cook and you do'nt have a mess to clean up .
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• Canada
3 Jul 07
Thats about the only one good thinng going for them , I find they are salty ... Thanx
@ElicBxn (60044)
• United States
30 Jun 07
99.9% of them have corn starch in them, if not the real thing. the only thing I've found without corn starch is some of Michaelagelo's things. I have eaten them, I do like Italian.
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• Canada
3 Jul 07
Yea I don`t buy them often , I did last week and I thought they were way too salty , I do like the Hungry man meals though ... thanx
@stealthy (8189)
• United States
30 Jun 07
I eat them sometimes. I will stock up when they are on sale and then eat them when I don't feel like or have time to cook something. I used to like several Lean Cuisine ones but most of the ones I liked have disappeared from my local supermarket. I used to like a couple of Swanson ones a lot but then they changed them by taking the dessert out, changing the green vegetable to one that was not as good, changing the mashed potatoes so they weren't as good, making the portions smaller all while somehow increasing the calories and fat by over 50%. So it is obvious to me why they have gone from having about 5 vertical rolls in the supermarket freezer to only 1.
• Canada
3 Jul 07
I treid the swanson ones , I find them way too salty , I don`t think I get them anymore . Now I don`t mind the Hungry man s now if thet are opn sale I`ll buy them , but only if they are on sale ... Thanx
@brendalee (6086)
• United States
30 Jun 07
Gosh, its been a long time since I have eaten any of those, probably years. I remember always buying the cheapest ones but I can't remember the brand. I would usually get the turkey dinner ones. But my absolute favorite tv dinner were ones you couldn't buy. My mom would take those old metal trays they used to come in and put leftovers in them and freeze them. When she did this at Thanksgiving time, I was in heaven. It was like having a Thanksgiving dinner whenever you wanted it.
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• Canada
1 Jul 07
Sounds awesome enough , I used to do almost the same thing , only I`d do it whenever I made a big meal and had too many left overs to do anything else with ... I don`t normally cook on special occasions anymore , I have noone to cook big meals for so why bother ...
@jazzygdc7 (285)
• United States
30 Jun 07
I often don't buy instant microwavable TV dinners. If I do, my favorites are banquet and stouffers
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• Canada
1 Jul 07
Yea stouffers are ok I don`t eat them alot but when I`m by myself i will buy them , I never microwave them at all that just ruins it , but I will bake them ... Thanx alot
• United States
30 Jun 07
I haven't eaten one in a couple of months but I like the Hungry Men meals that have chicken strips and fries covered in cheese. I also like Banquet meals that have fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and corn.
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• Canada
1 Jul 07
I`ve tried Hungry Man meals once or twice , only if they are on sale , their not bad ... i like the one with the boneless ribs ... I don`t like the ones with the fries coated in cheese , I find the cheese makes the fries soggy nothing worse ...
@tep91005 (375)
• United States
29 Jun 07
I absolutely love Lean Cuisines. All different kinds. I also love Marie Callender's Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo Bake. I've tried different kinds of Marie's but that is the only one I'll eat and I like that one heated up in the Oven. It tasts sooo good that way.
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• Canada
1 Jul 07
I`ve never tried them , sounds great though , I know friends who eat them I`ve just never had a tasts for them , maybe I`ll try them one day as I won`t be cooking ... Thanks alot for the ideas... they sound great ...