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Frozen dinners #8034781 11/03/20 12:19 AM
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I plan to get out of my kitchen for a couple of dinners this week. Thinking about a couple of frozen dinners which would be difficult and timely at home. Also,I want to stay away from beef. I'm already planning grilled steak, cheeseburgers, and leftover chili this week.

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I recently tried the frozen cheese enchiladas as well as some stuff called hot pockets. I won't be buying any more of either. Proceed with caution.

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My favorite frozen meals are lasagna and pizza. Maybe a chicken pot pie.


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The only frozen dinner worth eating:

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I still eat shicken pot pies once in a while, and I still enjoy the occasional cheap Totinos pizzas. I season them up good and cook until they are real crispy, then hit it with hot sauce and fold it in half making a pizza taco. Hmn..

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Originally Posted by bill oxner
I plan to get out of my kitchen for a couple of dinners this week. Thinking about a couple of frozen dinners which would be difficult and timely at home. Also,I want to stay away from beef. I'm already planning grilled steak, cheeseburgers, and leftover chili this week.

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I have never eaten a frozen dinner.
I always heat them up.
Just joking.

Pot pies are my go to for a heat and eat meal.
Used to eat the Salisbury steak from time to time, but it’s been a while.

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Love the Stouffers Lasagna, and if they carry the Marie Calenders Pot Pies they are great too.

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Originally Posted by bill oxner
I plan to get out of my kitchen for a couple of dinners this week. Thinking about a couple of frozen dinners which would be difficult and timely at home. Also,I want to stay away from beef. I'm already planning grilled steak, cheeseburgers, and leftover chili this week.

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This is the most confusing thing I've ever read.


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Originally Posted by ntxtrapper
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I plan to get out of my kitchen for a couple of dinners this week. Thinking about a couple of frozen dinners which would be difficult and timely at home. Also,I want to stay away from beef. I'm already planning grilled steak, cheeseburgers, and leftover chili this week.

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This is the most confusing thing I've ever read.

I am not going to disagree with that but did not want to mention it earlier. He could look it up but I guess he decided not to.


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Originally Posted by ntxtrapper
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I plan to get out of my kitchen for a couple of dinners this week. Thinking about a couple of frozen dinners which would be difficult and timely at home. Also,I want to stay away from beef. I'm already planning grilled steak, cheeseburgers, and leftover chili this week.

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This is the most confusing thing I've ever read.


Chicken, pork, or seafood. What is confusing about that? confused2


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Found these. Love crawfish but hate picking them out. I'll have eat one for dinner tonight. I'll save the chicken dishes and have one while watching college football Saturday night.

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We have a couple of places that sell ready to eat meals, sort of like a deli. One place has a green chili chicken rice cheese type of casserole, that is great. I use the leftovers to make burritos. Beats the hell out of the frozen dinner stuff.


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Originally Posted by dogcatcher
We have a couple of places that sell ready to eat meals, sort of like a deli. One place has a green chili chicken rice cheese type of casserole, that is great. I use the leftovers to make burritos. Beats the hell out of the frozen dinner stuff.


We have those in Grayson County. We call them restaurants.

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Originally Posted by Choctaw
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We have a couple of places that sell ready to eat meals, sort of like a deli. One place has a green chili chicken rice cheese type of casserole, that is great. I use the leftovers to make burritos. Beats the hell out of the frozen dinner stuff.


We have those in Grayson County. We call them restaurants.

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Originally Posted by Choctaw
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We have a couple of places that sell ready to eat meals, sort of like a deli. One place has a green chili chicken rice cheese type of casserole, that is great. I use the leftovers to make burritos. Beats the hell out of the frozen dinner stuff.


We have those in Grayson County. We call them restaurants.

These places do not have seating areas. Strictly carry out.


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We've gotten in the habit of, before things get really busy from time to time, batching out dinners to freeze.

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Originally Posted by dogcatcher
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We have a couple of places that sell ready to eat meals, sort of like a deli. One place has a green chili chicken rice cheese type of casserole, that is great. I use the leftovers to make burritos. Beats the hell out of the frozen dinner stuff.


We have those in Grayson County. We call them restaurants.

These places do not have seating areas. Strictly carry out.

If you drive there you have seating!


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Lasagna, pot pie, Red Baron pizza.


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We have a couple of places that sell ready to eat meals, sort of like a deli. One place has a green chili chicken rice cheese type of casserole, that is great. I use the leftovers to make burritos. Beats the hell out of the frozen dinner stuff.


We have those in Grayson County. We call them restaurants.

These places do not have seating areas. Strictly carry out.

If you drive there you have seating!

The meals they sell are frozen.


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