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Prepackaged Soul Food

Frozen Dinners with a African-American Twist
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I haven't had a good homeade meal in a long time. Sure frozen dinners tend to be kind of nasty, but these would be better. Premade ox-tails, collard greens, pig's feet, cornbread, chtterlings. Mmmmm animal parts. The food is usually difficult and time consuming to prepare, too. This would save time and money. Add a tiny condiment pack of hot sauce, and you're ready to go. We can go to the store and buy Mexican and Chinese food pre-packaged. Why not food that's already American?
TommyTokyo, Sep 13 2002

Glory Foods: Southern Selections http://www.gloryfoods.com/frozen.asp
"Ham and Sausage Jambalaya", "Tomatoes, Okra and Corn", ... Yum. [jutta, Sep 13 2002, last modified Jan 07 2005]


       Fine, as long as it doesn't come with Grits. Yeuk.   

       NB Suggested Category - Food:Frozen ?
8th of 7, Sep 13 2002

       grits? budgy food?
po, Sep 13 2002

       Maybe, ¯po, but millet is better tasting.   

       If you can get Tabasco, your food is American.
reensure, Sep 13 2002

       Sylvia's Soul Food isn't frozen, though - TommyTokyo wants *frozen* soul food, and so does TommyHollywood - doing this may take the soul out of the food, if made by the bland folks at Swanson's, et al - but in the right hands - could be phenomenal. Croissant
thumbwax, Sep 13 2002

       Cryonic souls?
BinaryCookies, Sep 13 2002

       Could be.
8th of 7, Sep 13 2002

       Mama Cleaver's Soul on Ice
miriamsong, Sep 14 2002


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