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The Best TV Dinners

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What TV Dinners do you think is the best?
 
Marie Callender's Fettucini with Chicken and Broccoli is definetely the best TV I've ever had in my life.  If you haven't tried it and eat TV Dinners for a snack, this is the one!  Actually anything from Marie Callenders is good.  One of the only TV dinners I've seen that actually LOOKS like the picture on the front with you cook it.
 
What do you guys think?
 
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Apr 20, 2007
Kids cuisine.

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Apr 20, 2007
As far as I've eaten...Banquet. (It's actually the only type I've had.) Unless Lunchables count
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Apr 20, 2007
Not really a TV Dinner, but I love Bagel BitesSmiley Very Happy



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Apr 20, 2007
I have never tasted a good TV dinner. Sure they look pretty good on the cover of the box, but after baking it it tastes like crap. If I want something fancy like fettunci alfredo I shall make it myself or go to a good restaurant to get it.
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Apr 20, 2007
i NEVER eat tv dinners
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Apr 20, 2007


pinkbikini wrote:
I have never tasted a good TV dinner. Sure they look pretty good on the cover of the box, but after baking it it tastes like crap. If I want something fancy like fettunci alfredo I shall make it myself or go to a good restaurant to get it.



Seriously I didn't think that TV dinners could ever be good but after tasting this Marie Callenders Alfredo, it's been completely different.  If you look in my freezer now, all you see is Marie Callender hehe.  I'm in a dorm now so it's a little tough to actually cook, but we do have a cafeteria.
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Apr 20, 2007
This may sound crazy, but Kid Cuisine are really good...lunchables are good as well...
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Apr 20, 2007
 i still don't trust the microwave though i remember a long time ago i think it was salsbury steak.
 
i prefer to just cook my own food and eat it in fron't of the tv it's not that hard and doesn't take much longer to do
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Apr 20, 2007
hungry mans are yummy.
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