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grilled cheese and mustard sandwhich

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by menos, Jun 26, 2001.

  1. menos

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    grilled cheese and mustard sandwhich

    Discussion started by menos - Jun 26, 2001

    im sitting here enjoying one of these tasty treats and im wondering if any of you have any low-cost recipes (sp?)(i read the ramen ones and those are pretty good), im in dire need of some new cheap food (other than fastfood, because i dotn eat that), otherwise i might die of starvation due to that fact that im tired of the same old stuff..

    please post away! (vegetarian/vegan stuff too!)
     
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  2. beardo

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    beardo - Replied Jun 26, 2001

    FFIIRRSSTT!!

    heres a couple grilled cheese variations..
    put some garlic powder on that bitch
    sprinkle some parmesan cheese on that slut
    put a slice of ham up in that ass
    or dip that ho in some HOT SOUP

    [This message has been edited by beardo (edited 06-26-2001).]
     
  3. fr8lover

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    fr8lover - Replied Jun 26, 2001

    tomato soup and grilled cheese is a meal fit for a king...

    hot soup only, of course.
     
  4. SaEkOnCe

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    SaEkOnCe - Replied Jun 26, 2001

    grilled cheese and some vegetable beef soup bro......thats the joint
     
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  5. BoB Hope ONER

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    BoB Hope ONER - Replied Jun 26, 2001

    personally.

    i like cheese sandwiches..

    but not necessarily grilled.

    take a bagel.. plain is fine.

    scoop. it.. ( its a new york thing. take a spoon take out the dough bread in the center..

    toast it
    some cucumber slices.
    some dijonaise.
    some mixed greens.
    mesculin works fine.
    some onion.
    a salad dressing... caesar is nice but i like a whipped vinagrette.
    muenster cheese
    or cheddar.. not to sharp. (vermont perhaps)
    close with other half.
    cut into quadrants.. eat counter clockwise on an oblong plate and move seats at a 4 person round table after each quadrant of the sandwich is complete.

    im telling you.. best sandwich ever..


    oh and lots of ketchup.
     
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  6. brown twinkie

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    brown twinkie - Replied Jun 26, 2001

    yum [​IMG]
     
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  7. cese

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    cese - Replied Jun 26, 2001

    toast 2 slices of bread, then take some turkey, put tha turkey on there put some ranch dressing on there, and for a side crackers, yaaaa
     
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  8. kg

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    kg - Replied Jun 26, 2001

    yo fry some balony and put that shit a flour tortilla and put mustard in it

    yo warm up a tortilla and put some butta on it!!

    make spaghetti noodles with no sauce just vegtable oil no meat added either taste almost like the real thing then put some ketchup in it for the place of sauce

    yo i got more but cats might get rich off of the ghetto mixes



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    im a dog and i piss with one leg up
     
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    Some Chick - Replied Jun 26, 2001

    cornchas
    hamburger helper cheeseburger - dont add hamburger and you get tasty mac and cheese!!!
     
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  10. Smart

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    Smart - Replied Jun 27, 2001

    Brain salad:

    make some ramen noodles, mix in powdered mashed potatoes...

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    2 Can Sam
     
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  11. Zack Morris

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    Zack Morris - Replied Jun 27, 2001

    I seriously just ate that mere minutes ago..wierd.
     
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  12. Zack Morris

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    Zack Morris - Replied Jun 27, 2001

    ok here's my grilled cheese variation, ok put a slice or r of mozzerela cheese with a little parmesean and provolne. cook that bad mamajama up with a mixture of garlic powder and oregeno. heat up some speghetti sauce, and if your a meat eater a few meat balls and viola you have an italian grilled cheese sandwich.

    another cool thing to dow ith fried sandwiches is take your slice of bread and use a cup to cut a circle out of the center, butter both side of the bread. scramble an egg but don't cook it yet. now place the bread in a hot skillet and pour your scramlbed egg into the hole and fry that sumbich up. that is the breakfast of kings right there.
     
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    brown twinkie - Replied Jun 27, 2001

    here's a little chow down festival i like to attend once in awhile....
    cook up some rotini or fusilla...
    grab a can of campbells mushroom soup, and make it
    with half a can of 2% milk...
    add a big spoonful of salsa to that puppy....
    some pepper...
    some basil, preferably fresh off the stem...
    add a mountain of shredded mozza, harvarti, monterey jack or cheddar...this is optional, but worth it.

    pour the soup out onto the pasta in your favourite large bowl...
    then dice up some cold fresh tomato kibblies and toss 'em on top...
    cheap ass and tastay.

    [This message has been edited by brown twinkie (edited 06-27-2001).]
     
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    broke1 - Replied Jul 16, 2006

    eat ur nails
     
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    Obvious - Replied Jul 17, 2006

    ramen got too much sodium in it, tasty but i had to leave that shit alone
     
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