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Gourmet TV Dinners

on’t let the humble aluminum trays at (1464 W. 86th St., 317-824-1231, ) fool you. Steve Oakley’s take on the TV dinners of yesteryear reflects the creativity of a chef who has multiple James Beard nominations under his belt and slayed Bobby Flay in a televised battle over shrimp corn dogs. The Salisbury steak is a blend of four styles of local beef, the gravy has morel mushrooms in it, and the creamed spinach is garnished with pickled Indiana ramps. The TV dinners

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