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    Chef Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti Dinner, somehow 2 of these fed the whole family

  • Vanessa Landstrom

    spaghetti dinner box kits! This was an older style, but loved it!!


    Vintage Chef Boyardee Commercial

  • Misti Wells

    Chef Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti Dinner for all the 70's working moms who are too busy to feed their kids real food!

  • Kelli Guadagnino

    Chef Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti Dinner Loved this! There was something in the sauce powder mix that made it taste so good! (MSG???) ;-)

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