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emrelove
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02:21 PM on 04/02/2013
Everyone's complaining about this being fluff, but so many jobs I've had the only thing provided at your office is a microwave. It's not ideal, but it's what many of us face every day.
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03:10 PM on 04/02/2013
women can still make ahead on one weekend day and breeze their own fresh items...then, if needed, nuke at work....buying the junk they sell for frozen dinners is just so wrong
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doughertyhan
05:46 PM on 04/02/2013
Women? Sexist much.
Oh and I think you mean "freeze" not breeze and some people work 7 days a week like yours truly.
02:17 PM on 04/02/2013
I think the best is Drake's Fresh Pasta Co. Both the Veggie and the Meat lasagna are awesome!! Kroger's Private Selection Lasagna's are another fav.
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02:14 PM on 04/02/2013
If you can find them, Michelangelo's products are very good, they make many entrees and they are all tasty. Costco use to carry them out here in California, now I find them at Smart and Final Warehouse stores. Also good is Bertolli's.
05:30 PM on 04/02/2013
Raley's and Nob Hill also carry Michaelangelos frozen dinners, yummy!
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Silver Star
01:35 PM on 04/02/2013
So which one was voted the worst? For some reason AOL cuts you off before you get to the last one on all of these polls. Did Marie Callendar even make the cut?
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selfenchanted
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02:09 PM on 04/02/2013
Nope, it didn't.
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Silver Star
02:21 PM on 04/02/2013
Thanks for answering. I noticed it was in the picture so I thought maybe it came in last. Don't know why AOL cuts off the last one but it's very frustrating when I want to see the last and it just cuts it off. Fanning you right now. Thanks again.
01:29 PM on 04/02/2013
The most important question is why is Huff Post doing food reviews without a real kitchen, no oven? How can you possibly think you can be remotely fair doing all of your cooking with a microwave oven, NO, just NO! You should be embarassed for even attempting to do food reviews without the proper equipment for preparation. This really reflects poorly on all of the food reviews Huff Post has done.
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flightdeck4
11:50 AM on 04/02/2013
I don't depend on Huffpo to find good taste, and it's obvious that microwave is NOT the way to go with lasagna. Stouffers is pretty good if you take the hour to bake it in the oven. I'm also NOT surprised that the ecco-nuts at Huffpo would list the meatless varieties as thier faves. Not much about Huffpo ever is surprising
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11:37 AM on 04/02/2013
I like Stouffers lasagna myself but am going to start trying to make my own.
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aintitgrand
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02:39 PM on 04/02/2013
Do it! It's worth it and will boost your popularity to amazing new heights!
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Ken Rambush
10:52 AM on 04/02/2013
MARIE COLLANDER IS 100 TIMES BETTER THAN STOUFFERS
04:06 PM on 04/02/2013
And any of the others.
10:14 AM on 04/02/2013
I haven't found a good frozen lasagna so I would rather make my own. I don't usually like frozen foods but the one exception I have found is Celentano Eggplant Parmigiana. It is absolutely scrumptious and as good as or better than homemade or from a restaurant. If you don't believe me, google it and you'll see excellent reviews for it.
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klavezo
09:52 AM on 04/02/2013
Pick a local family owned eatery if you can find one.
09:43 AM on 04/02/2013
While I am not about to subject myself to frozen lasagna, the lasagna that this panel seemed to like best was infused with vegetables hitherto unheard of in the creation of real lasagna. Beef overload? I should have known as soon as I saw that phrase that the panel knew nothing of real lasagna. Beyond the pasta, lasagna is all about the meat, the cheese and the sauce. How about letting this panel express their opinions about something with which they are at least familiar? I'm sure there is something out there relevant to their lives and tastes. One thing for certain - it is not lasagna (or probably any type of food).
09:29 AM on 04/02/2013
I found the best frozen ravioli, Mama Rosies low fat whole grain ravioli, I use homemade tomato sauce and parmesan cheese with it , delicious!
08:33 AM on 04/02/2013
What a joke!!! Frozen food is frozen food !!!
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Rose4ron
07:35 AM on 04/02/2013
hp get out of the food bussness gee you cant even get real news right without twisting it around so please stay to what you know best and that lieing.
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edejan
03:27 AM on 04/02/2013
Darn! I love lasagna but my hubby doesn't so I've tried to make tinier and tinier portions of it to the point where it's so much work for one four square inch of lasagna that I hoped the taste test would give me a go to frozen substitute. I've had Amy's and Stouffer's and really didn't like either but it doesn't sound like any are very good. Well, thanks for the heads-up.
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Denise Ellis Hooks
11:46 PM on 04/02/2013
I first had Costco's Kirkland brand of lasagna when people brought food right after my husband passed. Ok, not a great subject, but otherwise I may not have even thought to go to Costco. Anyways, The pan of lasagna was big, and I didn't want to waste it, so I baked it, and when it was completely cool, I cut it into single serving size pieces, put them in sandwhich sized zip top bags and stacked them in the freezer. When I wanted some, I just took it out and microwaved it and it was perfect. So go right a head and get one you like, and do this, so you can have what you want, when you want. :)