This is the best kind of food. Think of one food in a tub that is bad. Wrong. It doesn't exist. Food in tubs can soothe even the most depraved of souls. Ice cream. Butter. Hummus. Guacamole. Potato salad. Fried freaking chicken.
Ok, so the things that come in wedges? Cheese. Pizza. Cake. Pie. That's right, fool. The best things. Nobody on the entire planet doesn't like these foods. What comes in a slice that's not tasty?
Girl Scout Cookies. Are we done here? 'Cause it feels like we're done here. Ok, but really, there is no such thing as a sleeve of celery, because only god's favorite foods come in sleeves.
Even the meat version of this wondrous serving style is not that bad, which is saying something, considering what goes into meatloaf. Generally, however, loaves are just carbohydrate-laden goodness, in a portable brick. Mmmmm mmmm mmmm.
Well, we have barbecue sauce and ketchup, so I think that this high ranking is more than deserved.
Most things that come in a pan are actually coming to you in a super-sized quantity, which is always nice. I'm not talking about things you cook in a pan; I'm saying if you get a pan of anything, it's either a casserole or from a caterer, in one of those large aluminum trays. This serving style is bumped up due to the sheer amount of food offered AND the fact that Cinnamon rolls come in pans sometimes in the freezer section. If you don't know about that, get on it.
Generic. What carbohydrate doesn't come in a box, ya know? Sure you can get Reese's Puffs, but you can also get off-brand minute rice. Some bright spots: Velveeta & Shells, Cosmic Brownies, White Cheddar Cheez-its.
There are some nice things that come in a jar, like queso and strawberry jam. But also, a good amount of pickles, olives, pepperoncinis, and caper-like snacks come that way so, it could be a toss up. Also, very few things that come in jars can stand alone.
A similar plight as the box--just very average. Sure you can get Milano cookies, but you can also get dog food, so calm down.
The basic bitch of the food delivery methods. Eggs. Milk. Orange juice. Cigarettes. JK JK that's not a food. But the point is, if you aren't writing a shopping list from the 1950s, you don't need the word carton.
Other than those delicious canned pears and Easy Cheese, most things in cans are pretty mediocre. Chickpeas, tomato soup, green beans. Ohhhh sloooowww dooowwwn!
Just about the only good things that come in tins are Ovaltine, mixed nuts, and the weird flavored popcorn that comes out only around Christmas time for some bizarre reason. Everything else, i.e., sardines, spam, tuna, and those uncomfortably tiny little sausages, is just pretty wrong.