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Buying TV Dinner Trays

You can prepare your own TV dinners with reusable divided trays or dishes similar to the current paper trays or retro aluminum ones. Finding these useful items can be a challenge however. This is a page about buying TV dinner trays.


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By 0 found this helpful
December 29, 2006

A couple years ago I purchased some hard plastic divider dishes with lids (from K-Mart) that I used for storing prepared meal (TV Dinners). However, Kmart no longer carries them in Michigan and I cannot find any at the local stores or online. The only ones that I have been able to find are the soft plastic, like the ones Gladware makes, but they are not durable. Does anyone know where they can be purchased either locally or online. If the local store is not in Michigan please indicate an address or phone number where I can reach the store.

Verneal from Lathrup Village, MI


By Syd (Guest Post)
December 30, 20060 found this helpful

Check with friends and see if anyone buys the TV dinners with divider plates ... ask them to save some for you. Hey, these are FREE.

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January 2, 20070 found this helpful

QVC carries some that I really like and use a LOT of. They are called "Lock & Lock" and they are amazing! You can see them at:  .aspx/app.detail


Tupperware still carries a few of these. You can see them at:
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http://order.tu  tegory_code=4000

But you CAN create your own with the divided frozen TV dinner dishes. Just wash them out and reuse them...the only problem with them is that they don't have lids. BUT you can get that Press N Seal wrap that DOES work to keep air out.

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January 2, 20070 found this helpful

I just bought some at Wal-Mart. They were in the small appliance aisle, next to the Food Saver and Rival Seal-A-Meals.

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March 26, 20130 found this helpful

They were beige in color and had lids. They were oval in shape.

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