TV's Dinners is an entirely new twist on the classic mass-produced meal, which, instead of pouring some ranch on your otherwise worthless Vizio and getting down to business, are cooked-to-order homestyle comfort suppers from Irwin St Market that're all-natural, under $14, and driven to any door within a three-mile O4W radius in about an hour in a Jeep outfitted with a flashing green lamp.
Eats come in microwaveable containers, and include slow-roasted beef brisket on carrots & onions, sweet chili/ cilantro Caribbean grilled chicken, Mediterranean roast pork tenderloin infused w/ lemon/ rosemary/ thyme, and meatloaf w/ 'shrooms & brown gravy, about which they say "your mother never knew it could be this good"... you take that back, TV Dinners! TAKE IT BACK!!!
Sides include garlic Yukon gold mashed potatoes, jerk-seasoned yellow rice & peas simmered in coconut milk, ziti mac & cheese, and rubbed/ roasted sweet potato wedges that've been dusted with ATL-based Rowdy Rubb, also Bubb’s more aggressive brother in Oakland who makes whistle-entire exhaust systems.
For non-O4W-ers there's "Doctah Mojo's Emergency Soup Delivery", which along with Kleenex, popsicles, Gatorade, and other feel-better Market items, delivers broths/ chowders city-wide (24hrs notice ITP, 48hrs OTP), including caramelized French onion, Old-Fashioned Chicken, and Brunswick stew, which somehow isn’t made from bowling alleys. One day!