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Re: Who eats T.V. dinners anymore?

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Not usually, but yeah, I do.
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Jan 17, 2007
sometimes, like if its just me and my dad home.
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Re: Who eats T.V. dinners anymore?

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once again whats a t.v dinner?
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Re: Who eats T.V. dinners anymore?

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howdoiputemulators wrote:
once again whats a t.v dinner?


TV Dinner (also called frozen dinner, microwave meal or ready meal) is a prepackaged, frozen meal which usually comes in a flat cardboard box. It requires very little preparation and contains all the elements for a single-serving meal. TV Dinner is the trademark for a brand of packaged meal developed in 1953 for C.A. Swanson & Sons (later acquired by the Campbell Soup Company in 1955). (The name in full was TV Brand Frozen Dinner). In informal usage, "TV Dinner" eventually became synonymous with any prepackaged dinner purchased frozen in a supermarket and heated at home. The original TV Dinner came in an aluminum tray and was heated in an oven. Most frozen food trays are now made of microwaveable material.
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do pot pies count, if not its been about 8 years
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I eat them and my favorite is the Hungryman meals,they are good and give me my moneys worth
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Rarely. Ate some banquet brand ones. Why are they called TV dinners?
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I dont eat them.
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