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TV dinner

n. roadkill; a turkey vulture dinner. Whoops. I just made a TV dinner out of a squirrel!
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What we've seen in the evolution of the TV dinner is a change from the traditional tray with compartments to frozen meal solutions that are ready-to-bake full meals with a center dish, as well as side items that are microwavable and/or oven-ready," says Brian Frey, marketing assistant at Giant Eagle in Pittsburgh.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the TV dinner.
In the jubilee year the TV dinner was included in an exhibition of the 50 innovations that have changed the last 50 years;
And it ends with a scene that's certain to make you choke on your TV dinner.
We held our first telly liveblog last week for the X Factor showdown as Sam discussed the relative merits of Alexandra, JLS, Eoghan - and the contents of her TV dinner.
Roasted chicken is my idea of a TV dinner,'' say James Peterson, author of ``Essentials of Cooking'' and eight other cookbooks, adding that ``roasting a chicken is not a big deal.
Sara Powell, spokesperson for TV Licensing, said: ``Our latest success in catching evaders confirms that the family meal has been replaced by the TV dinner.
Swanson & Sons, pioneer in frozen meat pies and the classic TV dinner which was to debut in 1953
We've trawled the supermarket aisles for a basket load of bargains to serve up a tasty TV dinner, saving you the legwork, as well as time in the kitchen.
A new BBC Northern Ireland show is to pitch wannabe Jamie Olivers and Gordon Ramsays against each other for a TV dinner with a difference.
It might be wrapping from a lunchtime sandwich, the containers that come with drinks or the packaging from that TV dinner.
Alas, it was enough to put me off my TV dinner when the inarticulate Ms G showed us the Paparazzi pics of her spilling out of her two-piece.
Mark Whitehouse, spokesman for TV Licensing Midlands, said: "Our latest success in catching evaders confirms that the family meal has been replaced by the TV dinner.
As with Holby City, if you learn one thing while watching these shows, it's never to watch them with a TV dinner.
Mark Whitehouse from TV Licensing Midlands said: "Our latest success in catching evaders confirms that the family meal has been replaced by the TV dinner.