Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Blog Anniversary Party: Stouffer's VIP Coupons (5 Winners) (Closed)

Just for the Blog Anniversary Party, my friend Julie at Stouffer's rounded up a big batch of prizes! That prompted me to take a look around the Stouffer's website and see what's new.

I knew that Stouffer's made lasagna, but I didn't know about their line of EASY EXPRESS meals, most of which serve two to four people.  Some of these are ready to be popped into the microwave oven, and some are skillet meals, but all are quick to prepare.  I'm a fan of anything with Alfredo sauce, so I'd have to try the EASY EXPRESS Skillets Chicken Alfredo.


Another new product line is the Toasted Sub. These are single-serving packages which promise Bakery Fresh Taste in Minutes.  I'd have to try the Philly style Steak & Cheese, partly because they made it without mushrooms (the right way to serve a steak sandwich!) and partly because it looks so gooey and delicious:
While I was there, I started reading about Stouffer's Let's Fix Dinner campaign, through which they're encouraging families to eat dinner together as often as possible.  I'm all about that, anyway, but here are some statistics on how it can help our kids:
Studies show that kids who eat 5 or more family meals a week are:
  • more likely to get As and Bs in school
  • more likely to think their parents are proud of them
  • more than 50% less likely to drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes, or try marijuana
  • less likely to feel depressed or suicidal
Pretty compelling reasons, right? Stouffer's is even offering prizes to families who take the Let's Fix Dinner Challenge. What more incentive do you need? :)

Want to win a Stouffer's prize?  I have the opportunity to give away a stack of VIP coupons for Stouffer's products.  We'll draw five winners, each of whom will receive this set of coupons:
  • 3 VIP coupons - Family Size Meals (great for Stouffer's Easy Express meals - up to $8.99 value) 
  • 3 VIP coupons - Single Serving Size (great for Stouffer's NEW Toasted Subs - up to $3.89 value)
This giveaway is closed.

How to enter: Leave a comment and tell me why family dinners are important to you or share a favorite family-dinner memory.  Be sure to leave a way for me to contact you. Limit 1 entry by this method. This must be done in order to qualify for extra entries.

Here's how you can earn additional entries (please leave one comment per entry):
  • Read The Facts About Dinner and tell me something that surprised, intrigued, or convinced you. (1 entry)
  • Become a Facebook fan of Stouffer's. (1 entry)
  • Take the Let's Fix Dinner survey. (1 entry)
  • Take the Let's Fix Dinner Challenge. (2 entries)
  • Follow Stouffer's on Twitter. Leave a comment here with your Twitter ID. (1 entry)
  • Leave a comment to tell me which Stouffer's EASY EXPRESS meal you like or would like to try. (1 entry)
  • Leave a comment to tell me which Stouffer's Toasted Sub you like or would like to try. (1 entry)
  • Subscribe to my feed in a feed reader, by GFC, or by email. If you already subscribe, leave a comment to let me know. (2 entries each way)
  • Tweet about this giveaway ( RT @FC_Melissa Enter to win Stouffer's VIP coupons from @letsfixdinner - 5 winners! http://bit.ly/d37Tr2 ). (1 entry per day)
  • Enter this giveaway in another blog's current giveaway linky list. Leave a comment here with a link to the post. (3 entries - mention Entry #1, Entry #2, Entry #3)
  • Blog about this giveaway with a link back to this post. Leave a comment with a link to your blog post. (5 entries - mention Entry #1, Entry #2, Entry #3, etc.)
  • Add my blog to your text blogroll. (5 entries - mention Entry #1, etc.)
  • Grab my new button from the left sidebar (2 entries - mention Entry #1, etc.)
More details: Open to residents of USA, age 18 or older. No P.O. Box addresses. Giveaway ends 5/5/10 at noon (Eastern time). Winner will be chosen by the random number generator at Random.org. Winner will be contacted by email and must claim the prize within 48 hours, or another winner will be chosen. Void where prohibited.

Disclosure: I have received no compensation for this post. Big thanks to Stouffer's for providing the giveaway prize!

473 comments :

  1. tweeted http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/12571529396

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  2. cdziuba@aol.com I think it's tremendously improtant for us to sit down every night as a fmaily and reconnect over dinner. We discuss the day's events, and enjoy each other's company. It's too easy to become ships that pass in the night if you don't eat dinner together.

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  5. I want to try this sub: Philly style Steak & Cheese Toasted Sub
    Strips of beef steak topped with provolone cheese, grilled onions and green peppers on Italian bread

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  6. •Follow Stouffer's on Twitter cdziuba

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  7. I like this: EASY EXPRESS™ Skillets Chicken & Pasta Parmesan
    Parmesan crusted chicken in a cheesy tomato sauce with cherry tomatoes and penne pasta.

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  8. Took the survey: Results
    You're like {25}% of families who also said over-scheduling is their biggest dinnertime challenge

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  9. Facebook fan of Stouffers carol p dziuba

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  10. Dinner is just a nice chance for us all to sit down together, relax and catch up. jgerwigdively (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  11. Learned this from Facts About Dinner:
    Can placemats keep your kids off drugs?

    Studies show that teens who have family dinner 5 times a week are 45% less likely to drink and 66% less likely to do drugs.

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  12. I subscribe to your feed via RSS #2 jgerwigdively (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  13. I subscribe to your feed via RSS #1 jgerwigdively (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  14. I took the Stouffer's Let's Fix Dinner Survey jgerwigdively (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  15. I haven't had manicotti in ages so I'd like to try it in the Easy Express.

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  16. I'd like to try the Philly Style Steak & Cheese Toasted Sub

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  17. I found it interesting that "Studies show that teen girls who have family dinners 5 times a week are 33% less likely to develop eating disorders."

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  18. Love family dinners. The only time we really have to catch up on everyone's lives!

    the.anonymous.ett@gmail.com

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  19. Studies show 72% of teens who ate often with their families said they would go to their parents if they had a problem.

    That was really interesting to me!

    the.anonymous.ett@gmail.com

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  20. I took the Lets Fix Dinner survey!

    the.anonymous.ett@gmail.com

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  21. Google Reader subscriber Entry #2

    the.anonymous.ett@gmail.com

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  22. Google Reader subscriber Entry #1

    the.anonymous.ett@gmail.com

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  23. Family dinners are important to me because it is the best time for us to be together, share our meal, and just talk abut anything.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  24. Stouffer's Facebook Fan - Janet Fri

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  25. I learned:
    Regularly sitting down for a meal with your children is one way to connect and be involved with what's happening in their lives.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  26. I follow Stouffer's letsfixdinner on Twitter - Janetfaye

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  27. I took the Let's Fix Dinner Survey:
    You're like {30}% of families who also said clean up is their biggest dinnertime challenge

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  28. I think family dinners are important because it brings the family together after a day apart and everyone is able to catch up with each other and communicate!
    gerrie DOT shaeffer AT yahoo DOT com

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  29. I was really shocked to read the statistics of how much dinner time with the family really influeneces the decisions that teens make. I think while my children are still young I need to make more "family time" with "dinner time".
    gerrie DOT shaeffer AT yahoo DOT com

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  30. I took the survey...I am like 3% of other families!
    gerrie DOT shaeffer AT yahoo DOT com

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  31. following stouffers on twitter
    shaeffermom
    gerrie DOT shaeffer AT yahoo DOT com

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  32. I would love to try the 3 cheese ravioli with meat sauce
    gerrie DOT shaeffer AT yahoo DOT com

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  33. The roast beef and cheddar sub looks tempting
    gerrie DOT shaeffer AT yahoo DOT com

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  34. Family dinners are important to me because it brings the family together over a good meal to talk and enjoy time together. Very important I think when you have kids.

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  35. email subscriber
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    gerrie DOT shaeffer AT yahoo DOT com

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  36. email subscriber
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    gerrie DOT shaeffer AT yahoo DOT com

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  37. It suprised me that studies show that teens that have dinner with their families are 45% less likely to drink and 66% less likely to do drugs!

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  38. I took the LFD survey! :)

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  39. I took the LFD Challenge!
    Entry 1

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  40. I have your button
    http://northcarolinamomma.blogspot.com/
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    gerrie DOT shaeffer AT yahoo DOT com

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  41. I have your button
    http://northcarolinamomma.blogspot.com/
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    gerrie DOT shaeffer AT yahoo DOT com

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  42. I took the LFD Challenge!
    Entry 2

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  43. family dinners are so important because with the how fast we are all going every day you seldom get that time to sit, eat together and talk about your day!

    lhrn544 at comcast dot net

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  44. google reader subscriber entry #2

    lhrn544 at comcast dot net

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  45. google reader subscriber entry #1

    lhrn544 at comcast dot net

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  46. I would love to try the Rigatoni with Chicken Easy Express Meal!

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  47. I would love to try thr Philly Steak & Cheese sub!

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  48. I would like to try Stouffers Easy Express cheese manicotti! entry #1

    lhrn544 at comcast dot net

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  49. I'm a follower with GFC!
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    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  50. I'm a follower with GFC!
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    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  51. I'm an email subscriber!
    Entry 2

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  52. I REALLY want to try the zesty italian toasted sub!

    lhrn544 at comcast dot net

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  53. I'm an email subscriber!
    Entry 1

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  54. Family dinners are important to catch up with everyone's life.


    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  55. Studies show that teen girls who have family dinners 5 times a week are 33% less likely to develop eating disorders.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  56. I took the dinner survey

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  57. Cheesy chicken and broccoli would be a big hit here.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  58. Email subscriber

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  59. Zesty Italian toasted sub looks good.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  60. Family dinners are a way to connect with your family after a day at work/play or school. It keeps you in touch with each other.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  61. Julie Jenkins...Stouffer's Facebook Fan
    jjenkins@centricphoto.com

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  62. To actually sit together and discuss our days. Thank you, TMartin26 at aol dot com

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  63. ddkmom3@yahoo.com - I love family dinners. We have at least four a week. I am a mother of three boys two of which are active in different sports. Family dinners gives us a chance to discuss school, friends, sports, schedules etc... I believe the family dinners are one of the things that are helpping me to raise my children without drugs or bad influences.

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  64. Family dinners are important to maintain close ties and bonds with family members. It is an effective way to stay close with your children, especially with teenagers, since we all have very hectic lives and schedules.

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  65. Dinner is very important to us as a family, as it sets aside some time for us to just sit down together, catch up, find out how our day went, and have a good meal. I look forward to it every day.
    Emily Wyatt
    emwarner4@yahoo.com

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  66. My favorite family dinner moment was just the other night. I made chicken with mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli. My almost 2 year old daughter, who is a notoriously picky eater, picked up a big piece of broccoli and said "Yum bawki in my belly button!" I'm pretty sure she meant "Yummy broccoli in my tummy" but it was just WAY too cute! And then- wait for it- SHE ATE IT!!!

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  67. facebook fan

    emily wyatt
    emwarner4@yahoo.com

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  68. Family dinner is the most important part of my day! It gives me time to catch up with the girls about what's going on at school, and just talk in general, Dinner is always eating at the dinning room table in our home :)

    justjessa26 at yahoo dot com

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  69. My husband and I are raising our 22 mth old grandson so meals are an important time for us to bond a create a sense of normalcy. karalinabeach@hotmail.com

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  70. I tried the philly steak and chesse it was yummo!

    justjessa26 at yahoo dot com

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  71. The new flatbread and subs by stoufers is something reasonable that you can take to work for lunch and still get a hearty lunch that you dont have to feel guilty for eating it.

    amyloves2shop@yahoo.com

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  72. My favorite memory I had growing up during dinner time, was hearing about everyone's days, what we learned at school or church, and just bonding. My family is so close, and we contribute it to doing this nightly.

    emily wyatt
    emwarner4@yahoo.com

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  73. I am a facebook fan of stouffers!

    justjessa26 at yahoo dot com

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  74. stbarnes09 at gmail dotcom

    We love family dinners together. We say the blessing at each meal. "Come Lord Jesus, be our guest. Let this food to us be blessed. Amen." My 3 year old has been saying the whole prayer for more than a year now, and my 17 month old daughter is just learning to talk. Her favorite part of the prayer is "Amen." It is so cute!

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  75. Family dinners are important becuase it helps to maintain close fmaily ties and bonds. It helps to maintain the connection with family members, especially teenagers, since everyone has such busy & hectic lives and schedules.


    Jeia71@yahoo.com

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  76. Family dinners are important to me as it reminds us all to slow down and take a few minutes to see how each others day went. With kids that is very important. smtilton@comcast.net

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  77. Learned that kids who eat 5 or more dinners with their families are 50% less likely to drink alcohol. Thank you, TMartin26 at aol dot com

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  78. I would really like to try the chicken alfredo meal. I've always been a huge alfredo fan, and usually get it when we go out to eat. Hopefully this one is great!

    emily wyatt
    emwarner4@yahoo.com

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  79. gloseml@yahoo.com
    I think it's important for a family to eat supper together. Gives us time to talk about our day, find out what everyone is up to in their lives, and just chat.

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  80. I love Stouffer's for two reasons. 1. My family loves them! 2. They are quick and easy for me to fix so me and my boy's and get back to playing outside on these beautiful spring days.
    taraminette@bellsouth.net

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  81. Family dinners are important to me, because my kids are teenagers and we use this time to catch up with what's going on at school, in their sports, with their friends, etc. It's really an invaluable time for us in this house.

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  82. Facebook Fan of Stouffers. Thank you, TMartin26 at aol dot com

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  83. I would like to try the Philly Cheesesteak sub, mainly because my husband ADORES them, and he will be so impressed!

    emily wyatt
    emwarner4@yahoo.com

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  84. Our family dinners are important because they allow us to discuss what has happened during the day and what is going on for the next day.
    fyrgrl77@yahoo.com

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  85. i love family dinners. I remember when I was younger and we would sit down at the table together. We would each tell how our day went. It was a great time to catch up on things in our fast paced lives.
    angelicnwa@aol.com

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  86. We love the Chicked Lasagna. Family dinners are important to me because that is the time that your kids can tell you about there day and if you have dinner in the oven that gives you more time to spend with your family rather than slaving in the kitchen

    amyloves2shop@yahoo.com

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  87. Family dinner time is important to us because we can communicate about our days. A big deal in our house!

    cweesies6421 at yahoo dot com

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  88. Thanks! Dinner is so important to me b/c it's one time that my family can slow down and talk in our crazy hectic lives!

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  89. I am a follower of stouffers on FB

    cweesies6421 at yahoo dot com

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  90. I am Facebook fan of Stouffer's
    @smtilton

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  91. I think what surprised me is the more likely to think their parents are proud of them.

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  92. I Follow Stouffer's on Twitter. @smtilton

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  93. I found it interesting that "Studies show that teen girls who have family dinners 5 times a week are 33% less likely to develop eating disorders."

    cweesies6421 at yahoo dot com

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  94. I love the Family Style Chicked Lasagna.. Family dinner is important to me because that is the time of the day that your kids can tell you about there day. By having one of stoufers family dinners it allows you to have more time to spend with your family rather than slaving in the kitchen

    amyloves2shop@yahoo.com

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  95. I would like to try the chicken and vegetables easy express...

    cweesies6421 at yahoo dot com

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  96. Would like to try the Cheesy Chicken and Broccoli Bake Express Meal. Thank you, TMartin26 at aol dot com

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  97. I was a "fan" of Stouffers on facebook, now I "like" them. Haha..

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  98. We all have to eat so it might as well be with the people we love and food that taste great.

    buynmup@yahoo.com

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  99. I'm thinking the Philly style steak and cheese sounds great!

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  100. The new Steak & Mushroom flatbread is out of this world.

    amyloves2shop@yahoo.com

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  101. My family is the most important thing to me! God blessed with this family, and I want us to spend as much time together as possible while the kids are still at home. We enjoy family dinner time together. Stouffer's meals make it so easy to spend time connecting, rather than time working. I love their products!!
    drh7036@aol.com

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  102. Cheesy chicken and broccoli sounds yum!

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  103. I can definitely believe the study about kids who eat dinner at the table at least 5 nights a week get better grades. All 3 of mine are A and B students and we eat dinner at the table 6-7 nights a week. That doesn't include breakfast and lunch on the weekends.. and soon to be every day during the summer.
    fyrgrl77@yahoo.com

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  104. Would like to try the philly steak and cheese sub. Thank you, TMartin26 at aol dot com

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  105. With everyone's lives being so crammed with work, school, and extracurricular activities it's not suprising that dinner time suffers.

    It's nice to have convenient tasty and healthy food available.

    It's probably the one time everyone is together without distraction.

    jajochku3@hotmail.com

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  106. Dinner time is a great chance for my family to come together. We all lead such hectic lives, but once a day, if just for a little while, we can all gather in one place and enjoy each other. delena_mcguire9@eku.edu

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  107. I hadn't had the subs before, but after looking at them I would love to try the meatball italliano mmm

    delena_mcguire9@eku.edu

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  108. I am aleady a fan on Facebook.
    fyrgrl77@yahoo.com

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  109. We try to have diner as a family 5 nights a week, we have always done this. This is our time to talk and laugh together as a family and now that the kids are teenagers it is really important to me to have this time together.

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  110. I'm already a fan of Stoufers on FB. WooHoo

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  111. I love family dinner time. It can be stressful with little ones, but it is so important to build that strong foundation. Relationships are built around food. ;)
    kjhower@msn.com

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  112. Family dinners are important...a good time to connect and review the day each person has had.

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  113. I can't wait to try the Stouffer's Sub or Panini Sandwich I picked up on sale recently.

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  114. As my girls get older, family dinners together are getting more and more important. It allows us to slow down the pace of the day and reconnect with each other.
    cwilc@juno.com

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  115. Family dinners are important because it gives us a time to unwind at the end of a busy day and share with each other what special or interesting things happened that day. I love being with family!

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  116. Let's Fix Dinner Survey taken.
    fyrgrl77@yahoo.com

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  117. My families favorite toasty sub is the philly cheesesteak

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  118. I'm subscribing to your feed right now! Can't wait to follow all that you have to share in regards to living frugally - I just started couponing recently.

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  119. eating together is important for us because for 6 mths my husband was living in Ga while the kids and I were still living in and trying to sell a home in NC...now we are thankfully back under the same roof, being new in the area means we are fully engaged in activities here yet so we are able to eat together every night now and it is great!!

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  120. FB fan!
    cwilc@juno.ocm

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  121. Took the Lets Fix Dinner Survey. Thank you, TMartin26 at aol dot com

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  122. I had heard that kids who sat down to dinner with their family got better grades and avoided drugs and alcohol, but I didn't know it made kids feel like their parents were proud of them.
    cwilc@juno.com

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  123. Family dinners are important to me because it is the one time of the day where we are all together in one place and get to discuss everything that is going on in our busy lives.

    SIMSHABS@aol.com

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  124. You're like {39}% of families who also said exhaustion is their biggest dinnertime challenge
    cwilc@juno.com

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  125. #1 Took the Lets Fix Dinner Challenge. Thank you, TMartin26 at aol dot com

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  126. I also am a fan of Stouffers on Facebook.

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  127. I'm a fan on facebook - Brandee Lowers

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  128. I took the Lets Fix Dinner Survey ....... Brandilowers@yahoo.com

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  129. #2 Took the Lets Fix Dinner Challenge. Thank you, TMartin26 at aol dot com

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  130. A sit down dinner is a must in our house! Stouffer's makes that easier on this busy Mom, in the nonstop world we live in! It nice to reconnect with my love ones over a delicious meal by Stouffer's!

    DKCalhoun@gmail.com

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  131. Family dinners are important to BOND a family costana@q.com

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  132. Let's Fix Dinner Challenge taken. My goal: to have family dinners 7 nights a week.. give or take a few nights during the month for special occasions. We already have dinner 5-6 nights anyway.
    fyrgrl77@yahoo.com

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  133. I would love to try the Stouffers Philly style steak and cheese Toasted sub!!! Brandilowers@yahoo.com

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  134. My family loves Stouffer's meals...we haven't tried the subs yet, but plan to. We sit down for dinner every night...discuss the days events, what tomorrow is to bring, etc. I work until 5 PM, so having something relatively easy to fix and add to is important to me..

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  135. Signed up for the Let's Fix Dinner Challenge
    cwilc@juno.com

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  136. besides in the car, the dinner table is where we are together to talk about whats goin on becuse our schedule stays so busy w/4 kids
    thriftyspender@excite.com

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  137. Mmmmm.. Three Cheese Ravioli with Meat Sauce sounds absolutely delicious.
    fyrgrl77@yahoo.com

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  138. We like ALL of the Easy Express meals! Fast, easy, and GOOD!
    cwilc@juno.com

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  139. Studies show that teens who have family dinner 5 times a week are 45% less likely to drink and 66% less likely to do drugs.

    That was surprising and REALLY sad that it so much of it would be avoided if we were "real" families. :(

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  140. I took the "Let's fix dinner survey"

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  141. My husband takes the Toasted Subs to work for lunch. He likes them all! They are especially great when it's cold outside and he wants something warm and doesn't want to leave his building!!
    cwilc@juno.com

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  142. I follow Stouffer's on facebook.

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  143. dinner is the one time each and every day that we can all be together as a family and talk about whatever we want with each other. i wouldn't miss it for the world. already a fb fan!

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  144. Yummy.. Meatball Italiano Toasted Sub sounds great.
    fyrgrl77@yahoo.com

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  145. I follow Stouffer's on Twitter....Alaskagirl28.

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  146. Took the Survey entry #2

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  147. Thank you for this chance to win. I would love to try the Easy Express grilled chicken and vegetables!!! Brandilowers@yahoo.com

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  148. Family dinners are important to me because my husband was in the military for 6 years and most of those days he was never home for dinner. Since he's been out we have been having dinner almost every single night together. We turn off the tv and we have a mother/daughter/father dinner. It's never been better!

    airforcebride@yahoo.com

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  149. Family dinner is important to me, because my husband was in the military for 6 years and was hardly ever home for dinner. Since he's been out our family has been able to share almost every dinner together and it's been great!
    airforcebride@yahoo.com

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  150. I am a bread and meat type of person and I can't wait to try the meatball toasted subs. Printed of the coupon yesterday and got a tad bit too excited. msshawnao@yahoo.com

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  151. Dinner to me is important, because it is the one time of day, when we can all be together, and share about our days. My boys are grown and gone now, but my husband and I try to do this almost every evening, if schedules permit it.
    email is sjhaoh@roadrunner.com

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  152. following stouffers on twitter, user ID is oxobrandeexox

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  153. I am a fan of stouffers on facebook!
    airforcebride@yahoo.com

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  154. In today's world we are all going in different directions and family dinners are a time for us to catch up with each other.

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  155. I always grew up eating family dinners around the table. Even if we were done we had to sit until the whole family was finished with their meal. It is a great time to spend with family & see how everyone's day went. My husband never really had that growing up, so he was so opposed to the idea of all sitting together. Now that our son is born, he sits with us every night. It is funny to listen to the things that come out of their mouths. I love it!

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  156. I have taken the Let's make dinner survey!

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  157. I subscribed by email, Thanks once again for a chance to win. brandilowers@yahoo.com

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  158. Fan of Stouffer's on FB

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  159. Having grown up in a large family that is now scattered across the country, I cherish the memories of family dinner and the chance to spend some time together. I will continue the "tradition" with my family as it grows

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  160. I took the "Let's make dinner" Challenge!

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  161. I can't wait to try the garlic chicken skillet! I am a HUGE garlic fan!

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  162. We love the lasagna itailano a salad and garlic bread and dinners done quick
    Patricia Mathews patriciamathews@bellsouth.net or on facebook as westiedontdoelves

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  163. we love having family dinners to discuss our days. the kids LOVE it when we eat with them! Love family dinners and stouffers!

    KGentry05@att.net

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  164. The Facts About Dinner: I love the fact that kids are more likely to come to their parents if they have a problem if dinner is eated as a family.

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  165. Our life is crazy, with both kids in school, Mommy's in school, and Daddy works full time, but we ALWAYS manage to sit down and have a family meal together. It's our time to catch up on each other's day, discuss the weekend and any plans we are making, etc. If there's one thing my family instilled in me, it's that family matters and dinner time is just as important today as it was 50 years ago!

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  166. It is so important for families to sit down together for dinner. We do our Hi's & Low's for the day too. Each person tells what their hi was and their low was for the day. The boys love this. They are the ones to always remember our Hi's & Low's.

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  167. I am already a FB fan of Stouffer's!!

    hdrake5@gmail.com

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  168. I really enjoy diiner to do alot of catching up without phone,texting or computer. howland61@yahoo.com

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  169. Already am a facebook fan howland61@yahoo.com

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  170. The Roast Beef & Cheddar sounds YUMMY!!

    hdrake5@gmail.com

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  171. Did survey. WOW, glad to know that I'm not the only one who gets dinner ready within an hour. Thats a good size percentage. howland61@yahoo.com

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  172. It's the only way we catch up on what everyone has going on.

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  173. I am a Facebook Fan of Stouffers!

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  174. I think it is so important to sit down as a family for dinner! It's time when we catch up on how everyone's day went! Conversation is so important to teach to kids! Also enjoying time with family is important!
    Heather
    bogaczh at gmail dot com

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  175. I love easy meals after working all day

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  176. LOVE DINNER ITS THE ONLY TIME THE WHOLE FAMILY IS TOGETHER

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  177. I was happy to hear that there is a reduction in eating disorders by having family dinners.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  178. I took the Let's Fix Dinner Survey.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  179. In a world of instant gratification where everything must be done RIGHT NOW, we tend to miss the opportunities to spend the time with family. Dinner time is that time for us. It is the norm for us to have family or friends over for dinner and our kids have grown up with always having people over, so they really enjoy it. It is a time to catch up, to enjoy conversation, to laugh, to talk, and to just hang out with people you care about. It's my favorite time of the day.

    Kelsey Kniestedt
    kfk72 at comcast dot net

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  180. I took the Let's Fix Dinner Survey.
    Kelsey Kniestedt
    kfk72 at comcast dot net

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  181. Facebook fan
    Kelsey kniestedt
    kfk72 at comcast dot net

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  182. Did the Lets Fix Dinner Challenge
    Kelsey Kniestedt
    Kfk72 at comcast dot net

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  183. I would like to try the Easy Express Shrimp Fried Rice.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  184. I would like to try the Roast Beef and Cheddar toasted sub.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  185. Read the Facts about Dinner and I was surprised to see that having dinner as a family had such an impact on a girl's body image. That's amazing!

    Kelsey Kniestedt
    kfk72 at comcast dot net

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  186. Family dinners are important to me because it is a moment in the day where we shut out the outside to share a nice meal with serternity and togetherness.
    Ldbush@aol.com

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  187. I am an email subscriber.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  188. I would like to try the Easy Express Skillets Garlic Chicken...that sounds delicious!

    Kelsey Kniestedt
    kfk72 at comcast dot net

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  189. Family dinners are important to us because there are so many of us. It's difficult to stay connected to everyone when we have so many different places to be. Family dinners keep us together. We just tried the Easy Express Lasagna and there were no leftovers!
    cats37931@hotmail.com

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  190. I want to try Philly style Steak & Cheese Toasted Sub! Man, all this food talk is making me hungry!
    Kelsey Kniestedt
    kfk72 at comcast dot net

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  191. Family dinners are important because it gives us time together as a family. My husband works out of town 3 weeks out of the month so when he's home we try to get every little minute in.

    Sara

    kcardigan at hotmail dot com

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  192. On the Facts About Dinner Page, I read all these things about kids and how great dinner together is for them. We've heard this before, however I was surprised to see the mention of improving couples relationships as well. I never really gave much consideration to this aspect but it's absolutely true.
    cats37931@hotmail.com

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  193. Facebook fan of Stouffer's!
    cats37931@hotmail.com

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