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Today's Frozen Meal: Smart Ones Three Cheese Ziti Marinara
Thursday, 2010 April 22 - 6:01 pm
"Ziti pasta in a delicious marinara sauce topped with mozzarella, monterey jack and parmesan cheeses." Again, why the need to explain that ziti is pasta? And if yesterday's meal was "Asian-style", why isn't this one "Caucasian-style"?

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Meal

Looks pretty dreadful, but that's partly because the cheese mixed with the sauce and made it look orange.

Taste: Monterey Jack cheese is an odd choice for pasta, but you can't really taste it anyway. This is a pretty plain dish overall; some ziti (ziti pasta, that is) with a thin and somewhat bland tomato sauce. It's slightly better than canned pasta, but not by much. It could use a sprinkle of Italian seasoning. Score: 2.0/5.0

Nutrition

Nutrition: A bit high in saturated fat, and low in vitamins. I'm always somewhat surprised when a dish involving tomato sauce isn't high in Vitamin C. Score: 2.0/3.0

Packaging: As usual, you have to stir halfway through. Score: 1.5/2.0

Total Score: 5.5/10.0
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