I’ve had a house full of folks here for Thanksgiving for most of the week. So I’ve been doing a whole lot of cooking. Tonight, however, I’m taking it easy. I bought a frozen lasagna, and not long ago, I turned over the box to read the directions. Basically, I needed to know how long and at what temperature to cook it. What other information do you think I’d need?
Apparently, our friends at Stouffer’s thought I needed more. Apparently, they think that the straight jacket has just been removed from my torso. Apparently they think that I need careful guidance in frozen Lasagna-making.
So I guess it is a good thing that the box gave me the most complete pre-cooking instructions I could wish for:
Preheat oven to 400° F
Do not exceed 400° F
Pull tab from short side of package and remove perforated strip.
Remove tray from box.
Now, I know that some people are better cooks than others, but if you can’t figure out that you need to open the package and take the entree out before you start cooking your frozen dinner, well then, maybe you need something more than a frozen dinner.
Maybe you need a drink.