Please pass the Hamburger Augmentation Product

A study of UCLA’s Center on Everyday Lives of Families finds that convenience foods aren’t.  Which is to say, families relying on so-called “convenience” foods spent as much time preparing dinner as those families who leaned on, e.g., hot dogs and frozen peas.

(EurekAlert: “Convenience foods save little time for working families at dinner.” [Aug 7, 2007])