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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Today is........

T.V. Dinner Day~!

I loved T.V. dinners growing up.  But they were only reserved for a special treat.  My mother would have sooner turned in her "mother card" than serve us a TV dinner.....lol

Let's have some fun......

1.  What was Swanson's first T.V. Dinner?
Answer:  Thanksgiving Feast  ....  Karen got it.....Karen email me for your prize.

2.  Swanson has actually stopped calling them TV dinners.  In what year did they stop?
Answer:  in 1962 ....... Kelley got it .........email me for your prize.

3.  Name one of the three most popular varieties of the T.V. Dinners?
Answer:  Turkey, Fried Chicken and Salisbury Steak ...........Mel C. was the first one to get the answer...........email me for your prize.

4.  How much did the first TV dinner cost?
.98 .......Paula was the first one to get the answer.....email me for your prize.


  1. Thanksgiving Turkey, cornbread dressing, frozen peas and sweet potatoes.

  2. Swanson was the maker of the TV dinners.

  3. Swanson stopped using TV Dinner in 1962. Then why did we still call them TV Dinners!? :D

  4. most popular- has to be the fried chicken!

  5. Ah man I'm just one comment too late for the 1962 answer. Poop. Oh well congrats to Karen and Kelley for getting them right.

    I loved them as well but, like you we didn't get them often. Of course with me it was grandmother who lived with us and cooked the meals who'd never serve them. My mother would let us have them once in a while though. I always couldn't wait for the apple pie desert portion. Yum.

    Thanks for the memory throwback Paulette!


  6. That would be~ fried chicken,
    turkey dinner and Salisbury steak.

  7. 1. Thanksgiving Turkey; 2. Fried Chicken; 3. Salsbury Steak.

    Barb O. in Victoria, B.C.

  8. Maybe salisbury steak dinner?

  9. Was the first TV dinner 98 cents?


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