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Banquet - Veal Parmagian Dinner: We love the spelling used for parmagian. In our heads we're pronouncing it par-may-gi-en.
The "Breaded Veal Patty" is made out of veal, beef, soy protein concentrate, water, rehydrated onions, sugar, salt, MSG, spice and garlic powder. Oh food industry you crafty bitch. Veal is baby cow or bullbeef is grown up cattle, and soy's not even meat.
So the question is, how much of each are in the patty, and just because you call it a Veal Patty does it make it so?
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In the early s, Swanson introduced a new TV dinner that came with three pieces of fried chickenpotatoes whipped with milk and butter, and "tender" mixed vegetables. Later in the decade, Swanson would introduce the "exclusive home style touch" of an apple and peach slices dessert to this same meal. By the time this version came out in the mid '60s, Swanson had 11 TV dinner variations on the market, including one with fried shrimp.
The sirloin beef old mexica pussy nude came with "rich" brown gravy, buttered peas, and French fries. Swanson also debuted a Salisbury Dartoon and mushroom gravy dinner with corn, peas, and apple cobbler that one man ate 15 yeas after its expiration date — "and lived!
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Apparently attempting to think outside the tray, Swanson got a bit more creative around with TV dinners that seemed quite loosely inspired by the culinary traditions of other cultures. The ads promised to "bring authentic, foreign-style right to your table … in any language, you can trust Swanson.
Just before the dawn of the s, Morton joined the TV dinner fray with a three-course version. The meal included the usuals — buttered peas and whipped potatoes — but also a "frosty fruit salad" with bite-sized marshmallows that could be removed to thaw before putting the tray into the oven. The company is starting with four menus in three textures, from smooth to chunky, with offerings such as semolina pasta and brown rice, Pigott said. There is also a vegetarian menu. Each bowl has a cartoon beneath the food to help encourage kids to finish the huge creampie so they can see the picture.
In each tub, the foods are separate to allow parents to introduce each item separately to the child.
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