This is shaping up to be a pretty awesome holiday day. I love bologna. We grew up eating this pickled variety out of a jar. Is that gross to you? What, did you only eat name-brand bologna in tea sandwiches with the crusts cut off? Fancy. If mincemeat is more your thing, you get to celebrate on Wednesday.
Have you been longing for someone to try all the Lean Cuisines there are and tell you which ones are the good ones or whether those panini ones actually get all toasty in a microwave? Hey! Starting today, I'm your gal. First up? Roasted Turkey and Vegetables, which is described in further detail as: "roasted turkey tenderloins and gravy, green beans with cranberries and slivered almonds" and comes from their "Comfort Cuisine" collection. (I guess they have "collections"?) I am very much into gravy and cranberries. Plus, it looks pretty decent on the box. So, how was it?
Quick, pick one ingredient you have in your fridge that you need to cook for dinner tonight before it turns brown and watery and rotten and then you have a real mess on your hands plus you're out five bucks again due to your poor planning and the fact that 2-for-1 asparagus sales get you every time. Quick! Did you pick asparagus? Guess what it goes with? Crab and eggs! You should make a quiche.
After one bite I literally had to read the ingredients list on the side of the box to figure out if I was chewing steak or mushrooms because it says it contains both, but all the brown parts looked and felt and tasted exactly the same. Wanna know the answer? Both! They must've finally figured out how to genetically engineer a cowshroom and I wish I could say it's as delicious as it sounds, but… don't eat this! The broccoli is just regular mushy frozen broccoli and the "steak tips portabello" is ??? And the burgundy wine sauce? Okay, so I checked that too and yes, while wine is [...]