Hey there. I'm a newbie at cooking. No professional experience whatsoever. But I'm finding myself entranced with various cooking/chef shows on television (Top Chef, Chopped, Iron Chef, Hell's Kitchen, etc.). One of the themes or often repeated motifs on all of these shows is the "Fresh is better than frozen" mantra. That got me thinking. How many of our popular chain restaurants serve food that was frozen? Some chain restaurants that pop to mind are: Chili's Outback TGI Fridays Ruby Tuesday Red Lobster Macaroni Grill Carrabas Lone Star Of course, the list goes on and on. So, do any of you industry insiders care to share? Thanks in advance!