Yeah, yeah, I've heard it all before: "I only eat fresh food. I never buy that frozen stuff." Bullhockey. If nobody ever bought frozen dinners, grocery stores wouldn't have to stock them in their own, specially designed freezer chests. Frozen dinners are for people who don't feel like spending the money or energy to make a proper meal, people who just plain don't know how to cook, and single people who have resigned themselves to how horribly, horribly single they actually are. There's an appeal to frozen dinners beyond the convenience, though. Sometimes you just want, like, a cup of corn, one chicken leg and what could probably be described as a dripping handful of mashed potatoes. If you can get all that for five bucks and ready to eat in 10 minutes, you sometimes give in to temptation. But not all frozen dinners are created equal. Let's run down some of the regulars, shall we?