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Old 01-07-2017, 01:25 AM   #1
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Does anyone love Chef Boyardee Pastas? My cousin likes to eat the Chef Boyardee Ravioli and Chef Boyardee Pastas are so nice to have if you are in the mood for a quick snack or just want something good to have on weekends for a nice supper
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Does anyone love Chef Boyardee Pastas? My cousin likes to eat the Chef Boyardee Ravioli and Chef Boyardee Pastas are so nice to have if you are in the mood for a quick snack or just want something good to have on weekends for a nice supper
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Yeah ! I always liked the beef ravioli !


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The worst Chef Boyardee pasta I tasted was Beefaroni and the first time I had Beefaroni was when I was in school my teacher and I used to have snacktime in our school kitchen before studying my spelling test and it just happened that the kitchen had Beefaroni in it and so my teacher and I ate it and we disliked it very much and to this day I still dislike Beefaroni a lot but my uncle liked it as a teen
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I remember once when I was working I brought in a can of that for my lunch and everyone was like "YUCHHH!!!" And a couple of them said "CANNED RAVIOLI? AND I THOUGHT P.O.W.s HAD HORRIBLE FOOD!"
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There are four of them that I like: Ravioli, Beefaroni, Cheesyburger Macaroni, and Lasagna.
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Chef BoyrDee Spaghetti and Meatballs are my favorite. Then Beef Ravioli.
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The Spaghetti is excellent. Their Raviolis are good too
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Even when I was a kid I would never think of eating that.... stuff.
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its awright - some types are better than others, I like the cheese ravioli the best
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I also used to really like Spaghettios! I still do like them once in a while!

They weren't Chef Boyardee though, but back in the day Franco American now Campbells!

I'm so old I even remember this commercial!:

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I eat them occasionally but will say they aren't the best food to eat. .. They have a lot of salt, sugar, fat but are convenient. Not many people would cook the ravoli or beef a roni from scratch .So sad to say convenience rules.
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Yes I like Chef Boyardee. Beefaroni is my favorite but occasionally I buy the Ravioli too. Made myself a can of Beefaroni for dinner tonight. I like to sprinkle some parmesan cheese on it which gives it extra flavor.
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Yes I like Chef Boyardee. Beefaroni is my favorite but occasionally I buy the Ravioli too. Made myself a can of Beefaroni for dinner tonight. I like to sprinkle some parmesan cheese on it which gives it extra flavor.


I do that too!
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Yeah ! I always liked the beef ravioli !
I used to LOVE it Bonnie!!

NOW ITS TASTELESS GARBAGE!!!!

Absolutely disgusting........ Im running out of good stuff I like and its really sad... THE GOVT REALLY ME$$ED UP OUR FOOD!!!
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