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  1. #1
    Scott Guest

    Default Fresh Cuisine Lasagna

    Finally found a good pre-made lasagna and out of all places...walmart:
    http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...ct_id=10448635

    I wish my sauce tasted this good and as an added bonus, not a hint of
    fennel flavor.

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    Blinky the Shark Guest

    Default Re: Fresh Cuisine Lasagna

    Scott wrote:

    > Finally found a good pre-made lasagna and out of all places...walmart:
    > http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...ct_id=10448635
    >
    > I wish my sauce tasted this good and as an added bonus, not a hint of
    > fennel flavor.


    I like Marie Calender's frozen meat lasagna. I don't know if it has a
    fennel flavor.


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  3. #3
    Leonard Blaisdell Guest

    Default Re: Fresh Cuisine Lasagna

    In article <[email protected] .net>,
    Blinky the Shark <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I like Marie Calender's frozen meat lasagna. I don't know if it has a
    > fennel flavor.


    Do you get a hint of licorice when you eat it?

    leo

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    Blinky the Shark Guest

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    Leonard Blaisdell wrote:

    > In article <[email protected] .net>,
    > Blinky the Shark <no.spam@[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> I like Marie Calender's frozen meat lasagna. I don't know if it has a
    >> fennel flavor.

    >
    > Do you get a hint of licorice when you eat it?


    I don't care for licorice, so I would pretty Shirley notice that. Thus, I
    have to answer, "no".


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    val189 Guest

    Default Re: Fresh Cuisine Lasagna

    On Oct 10, 3:18 pm, Scott <sws2...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > Finally found a good pre-made lasagna and out of all places...walmart:http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...ct_id=10448635
    >
    > I wish my sauce tasted this good and as an added bonus, not a hint of
    > fennel flavor.


    And a ton of salt as an added bonus. They've got some nerve, calling
    this 'fresh' cuisine. What did they charge for this little gem?

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    jmcquown Guest

    Default Re: Fresh Cuisine Lasagna

    val189 wrote:
    > On Oct 10, 3:18 pm, Scott <sws2...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >> Finally found a good pre-made lasagna and out of all
    >> places...walmart:http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...ct_id=10448635
    >>
    >> I wish my sauce tasted this good and as an added bonus, not a hint of
    >> fennel flavor.

    >
    > And a ton of salt as an added bonus. They've got some nerve, calling
    > this 'fresh' cuisine. What did they charge for this little gem?


    Knowing Wal*Mart it was dirt cheap, as were the ingredients imported from
    China.

    Jill


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    Sheldon Guest

    Default Re: Fresh Cuisine Lasagna

    "jmcquown" wrote:
    > val189 wrote:
    > > Scott wrote:
    > >> Finally found a good pre-made lasagna and out of all
    > >> places...walmart:http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...ct_id=10448635

    >
    > >> I wish my sauce tasted this good and as an added bonus, not a hint of
    > >> fennel flavor.

    >
    > > And a ton of salt as an added bonus. �They've got some nerve, calling
    > > this 'fresh' cuisine. �What did they charge for this little gem?

    >
    > Knowing Wal*Mart it was dirt cheap, as were the ingredients imported from
    > China.



    I'll bet it's not inexpensive... that's why the price wasn't posted...
    it's one small (11 ounce) serving... wouldn't be more than 75 cents
    worth of a full sized lasagna made at home but probably cost like
    three bucks... and I wouldn't light my oven for that puny quantity of
    food. Those single serving frozen dishes are always pricey...
    wouldn't want to feed a family with them.

    I never buy those prepared pasta dishes with meat, I only get the ones
    with just cheese, don't need any mystery meat. The frozen cheese
    raviolis from Sam's Club are excellent; a four pound bag costs like
    $7.50... makes eight generous servings. Rather than tomato sauce I
    prefer them sauced with half olive oil/half butter with lots of
    slivered garlic, and good grated cheese, but they're good with any
    sauce... if I want meat I'll add my own meat sauce, meat-a balles, or
    chick-parm. I usually make the entire bag at once and eat it over
    several days... these are those large round raviolis and are crammed
    with lots of cheese. If you make the entire bagful use a ten quart
    pot filled only 3/4 with water or it will boil over... ask me how I
    know... soon as they float they're done.

    Sam's Club sells this in a 4 pound bag, weighs substantially more
    after cooking:
    http://www.seviroli.com/foods/produc...pid=10&c=1&s=2



  8. #8
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Fresh Cuisine Lasagna

    Scott <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Finally found a good pre-made lasagna and out of all places...walmart:
    > http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...ct_id=10448635
    >
    > I wish my sauce tasted this good and as an added bonus, not a hint of
    > fennel flavor.


    Stouffer's Meat and Cheese Lasagna. No need to look any further.

    They also have a new one out (new to me at least), "Lasagna
    Italiano", which had lots of whole fennel seeds and is overall more
    spicy.

    -sw

  9. #9
    val189 Guest

    Default Re: Fresh Cuisine Lasagna

    On Oct 11, 2:48 pm, Sheldon <PENMAR...@aol.com> wrote:

    > Sam's Club sells this in a 4 pound bag, weighs substantially more
    > after cooking:http://www.seviroli.com/foods/produc...pid=10&c=1&s=2


    Gee, those didn't look half bad. Ya mean there IS something decent
    out there at a Sam's Club in the (almost) ready-to-wear food line?
    I'll have to horse my neighbor into buying me a bag next time she
    goes. They live there, loading up on Crystal LIght and t.t.

    I agree - cook up the whole mess and have reheatable lunch for a
    week. There is STILL nothing, tho, like homemade ravioli, if ya
    have the time and inclination.

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