- adj. alternative spelling of microwavable.
“Among rivals taking chances despite the downturn is Omaha-based ConAgra Foods Inc., which says it plans to focus on big innovations such as microwaveable dinners based on a new steam-cooking method.”
“If you need your grocer to provide "inspiration" to not eat microwaveable crap every night, then you've got bigger problems than Safeway can fix for you.”
“The friend I was traveling with, who happens to be a home economist, explained to me that there likely wasn't a kitchen on the premises of our little hotel, so all the edibles had to be defrosted or microwaveable, limiting their choices.”
“No, Mr. Y believes he need only twinkle his nose, like a TV Samantha, and there will always be pre-package varieties of delicious, microwaveable, sweet potato pies, all stacked neatly in supermarket freezers, all for only $4.99 — with the right coupon, of course.”
“I'm a big fan of those Betty Crocker Warm Delights microwaveable cakes when I gotta have chocolate cake in 1 minute or less!”
“Much of the rest of the company is an unfocused mix of business lines, including a facial-cream business, a medical-waste-disposal unit and a maker of microwaveable containers.”
“Some of the Camden, N.J., company's microwaveable Soup at Hand products say on the front of the package that they have only 80 calories in each container, said David Smith, Campbell's vice president of research and development for the North American division.”
“Easy Mac is microwaveable and ready to go in just a matter of minutes, which is what makes this dish so easy and appealing to any college kid.”
“It is of high quality 16-piece handcrafted dinnerware that is microwaveable and dishwasher safe.”
“I want to be a version of me who knows how to cook, so rustling up dinner every night wouldn't mean several stops into various health food stores for ready-made nutritious side dishes and gluten-free microwaveable burritos.”
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