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  • Tina Thornburg

    That's old school TVS dinners right there.

  • Dee Nutt

    TV Dinners seemed like such a treat. And this was in the days before microwaves, when you had to heat them in the oven for half an hour. Swanson' were the best. We had TV trays and we sat in the living room eating dinner,watching TV!

  • Kimberly Ison-Morris

    TV dinners in the aluminum pan--I like this chicken dinner.

  • Associated FE&S

    Happy National Frozen Food Day!

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