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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by Bill B » Fri Jul 22, 2011 10:08 am

I have done the Stouffer's Lasagna on a few occasions. It takes forever to cook in the over, but is not bad. The Stouffer's Chicken and Rice Bake is also not bad. A box is around $6.88 at Wal Mart. Still cheaper than dinner out at Applebees.
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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by wannabe » Sun Jul 31, 2011 9:59 pm

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AHTOXA wrote:The only frozen food I buy are frozen veggies that I steam. And ice-cream. Everything else is rather questionable and isnt that good for the most part.
I also buy frozen meat (chicken, pork, beef) and I freeze cheese when its on sale and I buy lots :D

I also currently have 3 banana's and 3 loaves of bread in the freezer. and some waffles.
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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by AHTOXA » Sun Jul 31, 2011 10:30 pm

Squint wrote:
AHTOXA wrote:The only frozen food I buy are frozen veggies that I steam. And ice-cream. Everything else is rather questionable and isnt that good for the most part.
There are a few more than that, but it's not a bad way to look at frozen things. They typically have less nutrients than the fresh versions, and (opinion to follow) don't taste as good as something fresh. Obviously, some things have to come frozen. *shrug*
By the way, frozen veggies are often better than fresh because they were frozen fresh and the distributed rather than fresh veggies that lose some of their freshness before they hit the shelves.
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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by Squint » Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:08 am

Not if you do what we did this weekend and go to the farmer's market to buy them :D But yes, there is a point. It depends on if you have local produce available.
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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by AHTOXA » Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:24 pm

No doubt. That's an exception. We also grow our own in the backyard at home.
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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by wannabe » Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:29 pm

i'd have to grow mine in pots....i live in an apartment. some day i'll have a garden :D
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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by potownrob » Tue Aug 02, 2011 2:35 am

wannabe wrote:i'd have to grow pot....i live in an apartment. some day i'll have a garden :D
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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by Squint » Tue Aug 02, 2011 10:27 am

wannabe wrote:i'd have to grow mine in pots....i live in an apartment. some day i'll have a garden :D
Yeah, my wife wants a garden, but a small 1 BR apartment is very good for growing plants... and having space to sleep.
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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by Squint » Tue Aug 02, 2011 3:20 pm

That is a valid point, though she would then prove none of it was illegal and feed them wonderful desserts.



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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by theholycow » Tue Aug 02, 2011 3:25 pm

Squint wrote:On second thought, no one gives a crap about drug use in WV, everyone is on drugs already. :roll: :|
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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by wannabe » Wed Aug 03, 2011 12:12 am

Squint wrote:That is a valid point, though she would then prove none of it was illegal and feed them wonderful desserts.
i'd feed them wonderful dinner....
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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by 94Corolla5Speed » Fri Sep 23, 2011 12:32 am

The meat one is in my freezer right now. I was about to make it the other day but it takes 56 minutes in the oven, and I hate soggy microwaved tv-dinner type meals, so I said f*ck it :lol:

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Re: Stouffer's lasagna

Post by theholycow » Fri Sep 23, 2011 7:28 am

Dude, lasagna is inherently soggy whether it's from the oven or the nuker.

I sometimes cook microwaveable meals in the oven, and small stuff almost always in the toaster oven, but I've never tried Stouffer's in the oven...I might want to give that a try sometime.
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