Picture Vs. Reality: Shelf-Stable Breakfast Edition

Picture Vs. Reality: Shelf-Stable Breakfast Edition

When reader Nick bought his Bacon Scramble from Hormel Compleats, a line of shelf-stable prepared meals, he probably wasn’t expecting a colorful and beautiful gourmet experience. Food preservation technology is pretty impressive, but not that impressive. He wasn’t really expecting what he got when he opened the package, though, so he snapped a picture and sent it over to us. [More]

Banquet Spaghetti Meatballs Box Vs Reality

Banquet Spaghetti Meatballs Box Vs Reality

On the left is a box of Banquet brand frozen spaghetti and meatballs. On the right is what is inside. Disappointed at the lack of visible meatballs, reader reader Sonia snapped the photos and sent them in. On the one hand, that’s what you get for eating $1.00 Walmart frozen pasta and meatballs. On the other, well, couldn’t they have left at least one in? [More]

"Food In Real Life" Shows You Junk Food Without Makeup

"Food In Real Life" Shows You Junk Food Without Makeup

Not content to wait for the next installment of our occasional “Picture vs. Reality” series, someone has started “Food in Real Life,” which helpfully lowers your expectations of the microwaved treat you’re about to inhale at your desk.

Dunkin' Donuts' 99 Cent Latte Ads Are Misleading

Dunkin' Donuts' 99 Cent Latte Ads Are Misleading

Corey pointed out to us that the Dunkin’ Donuts advertising for their 99 cent latte is a bit misleading. He writes,