So even your sad desk lunch can taste pretty great.
Trader Joe's frozen food aisle is reason enough to shop exclusively at the low-budget grocery store: Almost all of the meals cost less than $5, and you could eat lunch and dinner there for weeks without repeating a meal-a fact I learned during my lengthy quest to rank every single frozen meal available. Since TJ's frozen food section is aggressively large, there had to be some parameters: I limited the frozen foods to what could be considered a full meal on its own, meaning none of the chicken patties, veggie burgers, appetizers, or desserts were included. Also excluded: cauliflower gnocchi, which might just be one of the best items Trader Joe's has ever created.
With the help of some very kind taste-testing friends, I tried everything in Trader Joe's frozen food aisle. Here's how the meals stack up, from the few you should skip to the ones you'll want to buy in bulk.
GeorgeC: "Meanwhile Pete Buttigieg has drawn a surprise parallel between Trump and Bernie Sanders, suggesting the popularity of both men - otherwise diametric opposites - stems from the same "anger and disaffection" among American voters who feel left behind by the economy." - Almost on point. The "anger" is not just economic, its at career politicians who have not had a new thought in 50 years, who continue to kick the can down the road and fail address the issues such as the national debt, social security, health care and illegal immigration.