Foods of the 1980s: Both Loved and Hated 

Big hair, shoulder pads, and unusual meals were hallmarks of the '80s.  

In the 1980s, the buffet table always had bread bowls filled with dip.  

Crudités were served beside a bread that had been hollowed out and filled.  

Some people like to add spinach and artichoke to their pumpernickel, 

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while New Englanders enjoy seafood like crab, clams, or shrimp. 

Before the 1980s, pizza toppings were mostly sausage, onion, pepperoni, and peppers. 

Nestlé trademark Stouffer's Lean Cuisine offered under-350-calorie ready meals. 

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