Aah yes, remember those glorious days when the television was invented and we stopped having to look at and talk to our families while we ate.
Neither do we. As far we know it's always been that way.
Give thanks to the boob tube for giving food companies a way to capitalize on lazy Americanism. According to Wikipedia, Swanson, an early innovator, didn't invent the frozen dinner, but they damn sure marketed the hell out of it under their TV Brand Frozen Dinner moniker. The company sold over 10 million dinners in their first year of production.
Three cheers for American ingenuity. Here are our Top 10 picks for classic frozen dinner meals.
Many thanks to imaginaryworld.com for fair use of several of their pics. The rest came from various other sources.