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Old 03-25-2015, 04:52 PM
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Try Michaelangelo's Chicken Piccata from the freezer section. Family size. It has artichokes and tangy lemon sauce with tomatoes and after heating it in the conventional oven, I served it on rice with just fresh orange slices and banana slices as a side fruit salad. Tasted lovely for a frozen entre.

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I've had Michaelangelos Lasagna a few times and really like it. I would assume that their other items are also good.

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Try Michaelangelo's Chicken Piccata from the freezer section. Family size. It has artichokes and tangy lemon sauce with tomatoes and after heating it in the conventional oven, I served it on rice with just fresh orange slices and banana slices as a side fruit salad. Tasted lovely for a frozen entre.
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Michaelangelo's Chicken Piccata is one of the few frozen items I eat... it's great! I think you could serve it as "home cooked" and no one would suspect anything
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Try Michaelangelo's Chicken Piccata from the freezer section. Family size. It has artichokes and tangy lemon sauce with tomatoes and after heating it in the conventional oven, I served it on rice with just fresh orange slices and banana slices as a side fruit salad. Tasted lovely for a frozen entre.
Gracie -- you (hardly) ever give bad information.

Based on your recommendation, I'm going to try it.
If it's as good as you say, I'll give up making it myself!

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In which of the local stores do you buy it, Gracie? (I've made a note and will pick some up to serve when the kids come to visit, soon!)
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Once in a while we like a Marie Callender's pot pie. Takes about an hour to cook but worth it.
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Once in a while we like a Marie Callender's pot pie. Takes about an hour to cook but worth it.
They only take 6-7 minutes in the microwave, depending upon your micro's wattage.
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SAMs carries takeaway meals in the fresh section. I split them into 3 or four meals eat one freeze the rest. When I sent my parents down they had great meals with very little work
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In which of the local stores do you buy it, Gracie? (I've made a note and will pick some up to serve when the kids come to visit, soon!)
Not Gracie, hut I think it's only sold at Walmart; Pretty good, like the artichokes
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In which of the local stores do you buy it, Gracie? (I've made a note and will pick some up to serve when the kids come to visit, soon!)
They have them at the Publix in Southern Trace Plaza, on 466.
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