this is from 1964. i dont ever remember soup with my frozen dinner. we didnt have them too often. wasnt big on the salisbury steak but i do remember getting the fried chicken. 

- dave 11-20-2020 3:49 pm

ahh yes, the turkey w/gravy.

- dave 11-20-2020 3:51 pm [add a comment]

This was my family's preference

- steve 11-20-2020 4:13 pm [add a comment]

The whole family would eat them. We had individual free-standing tables that we would gather around the tv, we probably did this every other month. My mom mostly cooked from scratch but we did eat our fair share of stouffers and swansons. My sisters and I would heat up cans of chef boyardee and franco American for lunch on weekends and summers. Beefaroni, ravioli and F/A spaghetti and meatballs were my favorites.

- steve 11-20-2020 5:03 pm [add a comment]

was big on the f/a spaghetti and meatballs. also add steak umms to the party.
- dave 11-20-2020 5:18 pm [add a comment]

love them but i was more a pot pie guy


- Skinny 11-20-2020 5:35 pm [add a comment]

and lets not forget

- Skinny 11-20-2020 10:27 pm [add a comment]

  • thats what i was thinking of when talking about franco american spaghetti and meatballs but that is a thing unto itself. only s&m i ate was chef boyardee but i was mostly about the spaghettios. oddly never went for the kraft mac & cheese.

    - dave 11-20-2020 10:49 pm [add a comment]

This was my favorite FA product. 

- steve 11-21-2020 11:38 am [add a comment]

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