March 6 -- National Frozen Foods Day

Considered the bane of civilization by some and a salvation by others, but be there no argument -- very few things have changed the our lives the way frozen food has. March 6 is designated every year as National Frozen Foods Day.

Frozen foods first hit store shelves in 1930 in Springfield, MA by Clarence Birdseye who is considered the father of frozen foods. In 1953, the frozen TV dinner made its first appearance.The whole month of March is designated as National Frozen Food Month.

What is your one secret vice frozen food?
What one frozen food staple do you always keep on hand?
What food do you wish was commercially available (and viable) as a frozen food that isn't, perhaps because you would eat it more or extend the season of enjoyment longer?

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