A look into the mind of one man via his reviews of frozen foods.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Jim Gaffigan

Just doesn't understand

Monday, April 04, 2005

Philly Cheese Steak - SUB Pocket

While not very daring, I am quite the curious guy. Many people have accused me of not being adventurous in life to which I retort that I'm just carefull. I never gamble and don't do any extreme sports. So when I saw this new Hot Pocket SUB (as in submarine sandwhich) in my grocer's aisle I must admit that I was intriqued, but didn't go for it at first. This past weekend I tempted fate and purchased the new Philly Cheese Steak Hot Pockey SUB.

The first thing I noticed was that it was not crispy & flakey much as all the other pockets claim to be. Upon further review I discovered that this was in fact by design. The "Made with soft bread" slogan emblazened on the packaging was my first hint. I must say that I really enjoyed it as it was a nice break from the normal hot pocket shell that I am used to. There was a nice mix of ingredients in this one that made for a very enjoyable eating experience. An eating experience that left both my hunger satisfied and my mind at ease knowing that I had defied the common perception of me.

Thursday, March 31, 2005

Birds Of A Feather

Have you ever seen that Blind Melon video when the little bee girl finally finds all of the other bees? I sort of felt that this morning when I stumbled upon this site.

Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Beef & Cheddar Hot Pocket

It's as if I visited an old friend for the first time in years. The kind of friend that you don't need to talk to for a couple of years yet the second you see each other again it's as if you saw them yesterday and you just slide back into the friendship. I have a couple of friends that fall into this category. One is my old pal Bill whom I went to school with back in the day. Him and his wife are expecting so I try to call every now and then to offer up any fatherly advise I can. The other is an old friend I call Beef & Cheddar.

B&C was the first flavor of hot pocket that I ever had. I would have to say that over the years at least 70% of all the pockets I have eaten where B&C although I had not had one in about a year. Just as with Bill, I found myself feeling as if I had one just yesterday and enjoyed my time with it.

I ask you, the reader to get back in touch with someone you haven't talked to in a while. An old friend that would appreciate a call out of the blue just to say hello. I can't promise you that it will satisfy your hunger the way B&C did for me, but I bet you will feel full of good feelings.

Monday, March 28, 2005

Chicken Quesadilla - LEAN Pocket

We are going into uncharted territory here. This one is a follow up to my previous post reviewing the normal version of this particular pocket.

Upon first bite I was delighted to find that the tortilla taste was still in tact from it's counterpart. FOr the most part it tasted incredibly simular to the normal version save for an unsusualy tangy aftertaste. I don't know that it was a planned flavor but rather a by product of the "leaning" process. It was enough to ruin my pocket experience and therefore can not in good concience recommend this pocket unless you are on some sort of diet.

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

The Drought Continues......

5th straight day eating ramen for lunch. Can't take it any longer. Expect a hot pocket review in the next couple of days.

Friday, March 04, 2005

Ramen Noodles

Due to budgetary reasons I have gone ahead and purchased 10 bricks of ramen noodles for 1$. This may or may not mean there will be a hot pocket related post for a little bit. Apparently ramen noodles are an extremely dynamic food.

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