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    Posted: 04 Mar 2015 at 6:42pm
I couldn't find this on the board. This freggin' jingle, and what is the father's problem playing the air guitar on the couch.."Hmm What?" I assume he was caught by his wife and embarrassed, he's a moron.Angry




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Yeah, shoot.
I'm going to have to go back to see what they are selling.
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They sell preprocessed food even gradeschools and homeless shelters wouldn't accept
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I saw this video on the side of the YouTube site, Al from Happy Days. Wow it honestly never occurred to me this jingle has been around for at least 1/4 century. Then again I was never that annoyed with commercials back then compared to today.


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I'd have to be pretty fked up the eat a Salisbury Steak.
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hint hint: avoid the "fish" and "turkey" products at all costs!
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I avoid certain frozen foods, especially the entree.
 
Salisbury Steak: Mechanically Separated Chicken, Pork, Beef, Water, Soy Protein Concentrate, Contains Less Than 2% of The Following: Wheat Flour, Dehydrated Onion, Salt, Sodium Phosphate, Lactose Reduced Whey, Hydrolyzed Soy & Corn Protein, Caramel Color, Dextrose, Sugar, Dehydrated Peppers, Monosodium Glutamate, ...Aug 14, 2014
  • On-Cor Gravy & Salisbury Steaks, 28 oz - Walmart.com

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    Never again. I will never forget this frozen food "experiment" from Banquet my mom decided to make decades ago. Some roast beef in a plastic package, you threw it in the microwave. After 5 minutes this thing did NOT smell like roast beef, I kid you not it started to take on a smell of dogsh*t.

    Long story short I had to retrieve this disaster, dry heaving in the process and threw this steaming mess in a bag - which broke and fell on the kitchen floor breaking the plastic open and releasing the toxic fumes. I'm cussing trying to clean it up, eyes watering from the stench. Finally chucked it into the trashcan outside. Middle of summer and I still had to hose out the trashcan with after trash day, the smell was over-powering. I don't wtf this food was made out of and I don't wanna know. It was rotting death in a microwave bag, only way I can explain this.

    It was a horrific and memorable experience, in hindsight it actually became comical for all of us. Laughing about dog crap in a bag. (Silly toilet humor) All you could do was laugh.
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    Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

    Salisbury Steak: Mechanically Separated Chicken, Pork, Beef, Water, Soy Protein Concentrate, Contains Less Than 2% of The Following: Wheat FlourDehydrated Onion, Salt, Sodium Phosphate, Lactose Reduced Whey, Hydrolyzed Soy & Corn Protein, Caramel Color, Dextrose, Sugar, Dehydrated Peppers, Monosodium Glutamate.

    My mother used to make Salisbury steak, but I don't remember all those ingredients going into it.  She must not have loved us as much as On-Cor does.  Cry


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    Another virtual CPUSA inspired ad??????.
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    The music sounds like the first few notes of Bus Stop by the Hollies.



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    On-Cor isn't too bad. Better than Banquet by far.

    I've had the On-Cor Salisbury steaks & the chicken parm.

    Not something I'd eat on a regular basis, but once in awhile when I'm at the grocery store, desperate to find something a little different for dinner that's also cheap, I might grab a box.

    Never microwave it beyond thawing a little, though.

    It always gets baked in the oven.

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    Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


    Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

    Salisbury Steak: Mechanically Separated Chicken, Pork, Beef, Water, Soy Protein Concentrate, Contains Less Than 2% of The Following: Wheat FlourDehydrated Onion, Salt, Sodium Phosphate, Lactose Reduced Whey, Hydrolyzed Soy & Corn Protein, Caramel Color, Dextrose, Sugar, Dehydrated Peppers, Monosodium Glutamate.

    My mother used to make Salisbury steak, but I don't remember all those ingredients going into it.  She must not have loved us as much as On-Cor does.  Cry


    Nah, mom would've never mechanically(or manually) separated all that good meat.
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    The only music I've ever heard associated with On-Cor food is the music that comes out of my butt a couple of hours later...



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    If you think On-Cor is bad, try Banquet. The bargain bin of already cheap frozen meals. I actually ate them so often for supper, I started to like them. A few of them legitimately weren't too bad, or were my tastebuds adapting for the sake of survival? You be the judge. After three or four years of nothing but Banquet, Ramen and Van Camp's pork-n-beans, I can't blame my sense of taste for rebelling.
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    Originally posted by Zach6848 Zach6848 wrote:

    If you think On-Cor is bad, try Banquet. The bargain bin of already cheap frozen meals. I actually ate them so often for supper, I started to like them. A few of them legitimately weren't too bad, or were my tastebuds adapting for the sake of survival? You be the judge. After three or four years of nothing but Banquet, Ramen and Van Camp's pork-n-beans, I can't blame my sense of taste for rebelling.


    Yeah, I mentioned Banquet a couple of posts up.

    Truly the worst, although they have some pretty good stuff in the way of pot pies. See PaW's testimonial to the Banquet Deep Dish Sausage & Gravy pot pie in the Recommended/Not Recommended section (& which I have a couple of in my freezer right now).

    But if all you ate for four years was Banquet, Ramen and Van Camp's pork-n-beans, you should be more worried about your colon & your arteries rebelling than your taste buds!!!


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    I made some Banquet meatballs once when I was in college.  It was horrible.

    Nowadays, though, I get their "Queso Mac" frozen dinner.  No meat.  Pretty good for less than a buck.





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    Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


    I made some Banquet meatballs once when I was in college.  It was horrible.

    Nowadays, though, I get their "Queso Mac" frozen dinner.  No meat.  Pretty good for less than a buck.





    Big smileI buy those, too - love 'em - tasty, not healthy. I bet if On-cor made those, they'd find a way to screw it up proper.
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    Never seen them before.

    Will hafta keep an eye out for them.

    Be good with some bacon or sausage in it.

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    I used to buy Banquet chicken pot pies.
    A pretty good mix of flavors but it took like 50 minutes to cook one.
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    I just pop 'em in the toaster oven.

    Helps to let them thaw a little before hand.

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    Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

    Never seen them before.

    Will hafta keep an eye out for them.

    Be good with some bacon or sausage in it.


    Yeah, I generally don't like the meat that's in frozen dinners, especially the chicken.  So I buy meatless, and then sometimes add meat to it.


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    Lotsa good stuff on the side of the road if you look for it.


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    ^  No kidding.

    Sacramento-area mutilated animal discoveries rise to 10

    SACRAMENTO, March 5 (UPI) -- Authorities in California said chicken and rabbit remains found this week bring the total cases of recent mutilated carcass discoveries to at least 10.



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    Didn't need to hear that. Dead
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