Here are some interesting new products found on store shelves by your fellow readers. If you’ve tried any of them, share your thoughts in the comments.

Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Sloppy Joe Mac & Cheese
Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Sweet & Sour Pork Bowl
Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Cheesy Lasagna with Pepperoni Marinara Sauce
Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Bowl

(Spotted by Robbie at Walmart.)

Delicious Eats by Kardea Brown Southern Kitchen Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo
Delicious Eats by Kardea Brown Country Kitchen Chicken Pot Pie
Delicious Eats by Kardea Brown Country Kitchen Fried Chicken with Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Delicious Eats by Kardea Brown Sausage & Grits

(Spotted by Robbie at Walmart.)

Andrew Zimmern Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes
Andrew Zimmern Swedish Style Meatballs
Andrew Zimmern Turkey Dinner
Andrew Zimmern Caramelized Onion Pulled Pork Mac & Cheese

(Spotted by Daniel N and Amanda Y at Walmart.)

Chef Lorena Garcia Latin Delights Mexican Style Lasagna with Beef
Chef Lorena Garcia Latin Delights Mexican Style Lasagna with Chicken
Chef Lorena Garcia Latin Delights Vegetable Lasagna

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  1. These look interesting. Happy to see the chicken pot pie. Hoping my store actually carries these. It seems they only have their brands stocked.

  2. Wow, apparently everybody’s joining Gordon Ramsey in the frozen food aisle.

    So, the Guy Fieri line looks decent, nothing spectacular, but also no completely basic.

    The Kardea Brown line (I don’t know her) look a little more standard fare. I’d be interested in trying the pot pie, but have a hard time believing they’ll be better than Marie Callender’s at half the price.

    Wow, Andrew Zimmern pictures of the food look as if they could be Banquet meals from 40 years ago. I sure they would taste better than they look.

    And the Lorena Garcia line looks somewhat good, just not personally a Mexican Lasagna fan.

  3. You know that show on Food Network where contestants have to blindly get a whole bunch of groceries on a limited budget and cook only with those items? It’d be darkly hilarious if these ended up on there…

  4. The packaging for Guy’s meals fits his brand and personality.

    I don’t know Kardea, but the packaging & her apron make it look like a poster for a home improvement store’s employee event (“After 30 days of zero accidents, you get one of these meals from Chili’s. Our model is General Manager Donna!”)

    Andrew’s packaging & apron give off the same vibes as Kardea’s (“Congrats to Paul from the paint counter! He’s been with us for 10 years & is employee of the month!”)

    Lorena’s packaging is offputting. Looks like something I’d find in the Dollar Tree freezer section in the mid 2000’s and instantly regret buying it.

  5. “Chef Lorena Garcia Latin Delights Vegetable Lasagna”

    Cause nothing says “latin” like vegetable lasagna. I’m Jewish and yet I’m offended lol

  6. I just think it’s funny that these celebrity chefs are putting out these frozen food products that you KNOW they wouldn’t eat themselves. Seems like a cash grab, in my opinion, but I still might check some of them out.

  7. I’ve tried Gordon Ramsay’s Shepherds Pie and it was actually excellent.

    Had Guy’s Lasagna today. Honestly disappointed.

  8. Pulled pork on mac and cheese sounds great, but the caramelized onion makes it look too busy (and too much mac in the whole dish).

    Guy Fieri’s bowls look good. Maybe the sausage and grits, too, though I’d be loading upon the Tabasco. No clue who Kardea Brown is.

  9. The Kardea Brown chicken and mashed potatoes is just okay. Not much flavor and bowl is only filled half full. Probably won’t buy again.

  10. Just found them. tried the Swedish meaballs, they’re good but not enough to spend $5+ dollars when they’re not that much better than Stouffer’s. I just wanted to try some of these meals but I’m almost sure I won’t be buying them again.

  11. Oh, boy. So much disappointment! I tried the Kardea Brown grits and chicken pot pie this weekend. The grits had a good texture and the right consistency. There were good size sausage slices, and they had a nice smokey flavor. They lost me at the sauce. I don’t have kind words for it. It looks a lot like vomit, and I could not get past that. There’s not an easy way to remove it without mixing it in with the grits.

    The pot pie, which is one of my favorite comfort foods, sucked. The gravy was not creamy and reminded me of chicken noodle soup. It was very salty. Small pieces of chicken with minced pieces of chicken in the gravy. More of the gross consistency from the grits. The crust was edible, but not microwave friendly. There are oven directions on the box, and that might help this one a bit.

    I have Gordon’s fish still to try. I’m hesitant at this point. I dined at his fish place in Times Square this summer, and it was delicious. I’m prepared for a much different experience this time.

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