A few weeks ago, while grocery shopping, I purchased a couple of quick meals – the kind that you don’t have to keep refrigerated, or frozen. The kind that you keep on the shelf. This particular brand was Annie Chun’s Noodle Bowl, Teriyaki Flavor. The photo on the front of the box made the meal look super yummy! I was disappointed with the actual meal. Yes, it was easy to fix, just add a bit of water, and heat it in the microwave. Two things, however, were disappointing.
The box was labeled “mild,” yet the “sweet and tangy Japanese style sauce” was so spicy, that my mouth was on fire! I only used about 1/4 of the sauce that was provided, but the sauce was very hot. The abundant veggies that were shown on the cover photo were almost completely absent – they were a dry powder that did not reconstitute well. I ended up eating only a couple of bites of it, then threw the rest away. I am providing you with a photo of the packaging, showing what the food supposedly looks like, and a photo of what I actually got!
Quite a difference, wouldn’t you agree?