Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Speaking of Botulated Meat

You can thank Jim for this new word in your vocabulary. He's a swell guy, that Jim. ;-)

Now that we have removed the botulated meat from the mysterious depths of the freezer (you can thank Mis Nomer for adding a noir twist to the story), we have filled it full or these, Contessa's Ready-to-Cook dinners, available at your local Super Target (I can't find them at the Walmart Super Center, which is another reason I'm shopping more and more at Target these days) I'm a big skeptic when it comes to ready-to-cook meals. Either it's gonna come out tasting like Hamburger Helper (or worse, Tuna Helper), or a Swanson's teevee dinner (you know the kind...with soggy corn and mealy mashed potatoes next to some meat-like by product). But these are really, really good! Our favorite is the Paella...looks and tastes just like chicken! And shrimp! And rice and vegetables and real Spanish seasonings! Almost as good as La Bodega.

I just wanted to share this little helpful hint because I know how difficult it is to choose from all those frozen food offerings, when sometimes there's just not enough time in the day to cook from scratch.

And no, it's not botulated. I just wanted to use that word again. ;-)

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