Mug-O-Lunch New From Betty Crocker

A mug is a type of cup typically used for drinking hot beverages, such as coffee, hot chocolate, soup, or tea.

Lunch, the abbreviation for luncheon, is a light meal typically eaten at midday.

Betty Crocker is a brand name and trademark of General Mills, an American Fortune 500 corporation. The name was first developed by the Washburn Crosby Company in 1921 as a way to give a personalized response to consumer product questions. The name Betty was selected because it was viewed as a cheery, all-American name.

Chef Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti Dinner

Spaghetti is the plural form of the Italian word spaghetto, which is a diminutive of spago, meaning “thin string” or “twine”. The word spaghetti can be literally translated as “little strings”.

The tomato has been central to Italian cuisine since its introduction from the Americas. Outside of Italy, this perception can be quite exaggerated: many people know little of Italian cuisine beyond pasta with tomato sauce. Italian varieties of tomato sauce range from Puttanesca sauce, seasoned with anchovies, capers, garlic, chili peppers and black olives, to Bolognese sauce, a predominantly ground-meat sauce which normally contains a small-to-moderate amount of tomato.

Ettore Boiardi (October 22, 1897 – June 21, 1985), better known as “Chef Boyardee“, was an Italian-born chef who became famous for his eponymous brand of food products. Boiardi appeared in many print advertisements and television commercials for his brand in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.

Prego: It’s in there

Prego® is a trade mark brand name pasta sauce of Campbell Soup Company. It was introduced in 1981 internationally and is based on a family recipe of one of the chefs. Eventually they became the number one selling dry grocery product of the decade.

An emblem of Italian cuisine, spaghetti is frequently served in tomato sauce, which may contain various herbs (especially oregano and basil), olive oil, meat, or vegetables. Other toppings include any of several hard cheeses, such as Pecorino Romano, Parmesan or Asiago. Outside Italy it is often served with meatballs, although that is not a typical Italian recipe.