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June 3, 2016 / Posted by:

Le Menu™! 

Since I regularly bring you the finest gourmet delicacies of the 80s and 90s (see: Nabisco’s Escort Crackers, Frusen GlädjéBreyers Viennetta, Whitney’s Yogurt, etc….), let’s pay tribute to a refined television dining experience that transported you to a luxurious 3-Michelin-star restaurant in Paree! “Le menu” isn’t only what a maître d at the fanciest restaurant in France says to you while handing you a menu, it was also the name of a line of decadent frozen dinners that Swanson sold in the 80s.

Before Le Menu, the wealthy had no microwave dinner options. We couldn’t expect them to eat low-class trash like a Hungry Man. A Hungry Man is what the help ate in the downstairs kitchen after they finished polishing their employers’ stunning silver look plastic cutlery. So Swanson solved this problem of the rich by putting out Le Menu, which featured meals that perked up the palate of even the most pickiest gourmet connoisseurs. Le Menu served up broccoli with cheese sauce, sirloin beef tips, seasoned O’Brien potatoes and pepper steak. DECADENCE! One time I went to a friend’s house and his mom had a few Le Menus in the freezer. I made a mental note to trick or treat at their house on Halloween, because they obviously gave out full-sized candy bars since they were practically the Rockefellers of my town!

Le Menu TV dinners were so luxurious and high-end that you could easily get away with serving them to guests along with a vintage Boone’s Farm. That is a pairing from refined gourmet heaven!

The big thing about Le Menu TV dinners were the plates and matching lids. They were made of the finest plastic. Don’t even bother trying to find them on eBay, you peasant. I’m sure THE QUEEN bought every plate and lid available and uses them for very, very special occasions!

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