Since the creation of the TV it has served as the glowing light of benevolence in the living rooms of families everywhere. They gathered to bond over their favorite shows, and to unwind at the end of the day. TV Dinners were created to help ease this transition, making life easier on the busy housewife and food prompt and warm for the doting husband. American may have changed since then, but TV Dinner Day celebrates the fact that these quick and easy cuisines are still around, and very much a part of our day to day lives.
History of TV Dinner Day
In the 1950’s, Swanson produced the first successful frozen dinner, meant to be heated and consumed in a convection oven in just 25 minutes. The term ‘TV Dinner’ came about for a myriad of reasons, including that these dinners came in trays that both resembled the TV’s of the
While the original offering was a simple Thanksgiving dinner, the options have come a long way since then. Swanson started including desserts in a fourth section of the tray sometime in the 1960’s, and there was a positive explosion of options for dinner in the time since. Spaghetti, Mac n’ Cheese, Hamburgers, fried chicken, all of these and more are available to the busy and hungry consumer.
How to Celebrate TV Dinner Day
TV Dinner Day is best celebrated by giving yourself a break from slaving over a hot stove, and pick up your