Instant chicken supreme with 'sherry' - it was aweful but good. It was one of the few things my paternal grandmother could cook that I would eat (she wasn't much of a cook). It had these dried pieces of chicken, dried peas and carrots with a sauce mis and noodles. And the 'special' was that it came with a package of 'sherry' you could add if you wanted to get sophisticated or booze it up.
Would this have been from the very late 60s/early 70? I have been remembering what I think was an instant beef stroganoff from that time period. Seems like it had freeze dried beef, noodles and sauce packet. It was in a strange shaped box. I loved that stuff!
The chicken supreme sounds familiar, from the same era.
One item I wished would be brought back, has, and that is Pepperidge Farm Four Cheese sticks. Only they're called 'Artisan Cheese' sticks now.
I am a very happy camper! I was getting tired of Pepperidge Farm Parmesan Goldfish, which is all I've been snacking on since Nabisco discontinued Swiss Cheese and Bacon Thins crackers and I've been boycotting them :)