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    Never buy this. You have been warned.


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    meatballs sound like a prime candidate for the bondgrill.

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    I usually had to doctor stuff like that up when I could eat food like that.

    A spoonful of sour cream and a little nuke time and it's edible...at least for a $1
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    Spaghetti with black cuttlefish and some Bologna with Parmesan cheese and olives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    I usually had to doctor stuff like that up when I could eat food like that.

    A spoonful of sour cream and a little nuke time and it's edible...at least for a $1
    I'm with you and I do that but this stuff is beyond help imo. It had such an artificial taste to it that even I had to waste $1 and throw it away. gah
    Some of the other Michelina stuff is ok.

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    I made some lasagna, including homegrown tomato and basil. I assume
    it's been a while, because cleaning the dust off the box of the pasta roller
    was like opening the tomb of Tutankhamun.

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    vegetarian spring rolls.

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    Lunch was a grilled ham & cheese on white and nacho cheese Doritos for the kid, I had tuna salad, lowfat cottage cheese and nuked cauliflower w/ a bit of 4 cheese Alfredo sauce in it.

    Dinner will be cheeseburgers with most of the fun taken out of mine, fries for the kid, pickle spears,
    2 small nuked roasting potatoes for me, and we'll both finish off the cauliflower.

    The 4 cheese Alfredo sauce wasn't as good as I thought it'd be at throwing some flavor into lousy vegetables.

    The next jar is probably going to be some kind of cheddar cheese sauce of some kind.
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    There's a 10 foot long list of things I have to do but I'm taking today off and mesquite grilling chicken thighs to eat today + a breast to make mesquite tacos with for the next couple days

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    Onion bhajis and chickpea curry with rice. Plus a small lager.

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