Thursday, September 18, 2008

Who's hungry?

Moms of the world will cringe when they hear this:

Frozen bean and cheese burritos make a perfect meal.

College students nationwide know what I'm talking about. It's hard juggling classes, work, friends, family and having to cook fresh meals for oneself when there are only 24 hours in any given day. Frozen foods are a gift from the heavens when it comes down to nourishment during college years (and, for some, years to follow). No, really.

Think about it. Bean and cheese burritos are full of protein, dairy, starch, fat and overall deliciousness. And when frozen, these delicacies are just 45 seconds away from edibility.

Perfection beautifully wrapped in a corn-flour tortilla.

These creations trump all other frozen foods. Frozen nuggets provide just a protein source. Frozen pot-stickers provide just a source of fried oil. Frozen vegetables provide just that, frozen vegetables. But bean and cheese burritos are fun for all -- carnivores, omnivores and herbivores, alike.

I saw a Vons coupon recently offering a 10 frozen bean and cheese burritos for $10. Supermarket run, anyone?

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