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Makeshift Meals

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Weapon X, Mar 24, 2004.

  1. Weapon X

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    Makeshift Meals

    Discussion started by Weapon X - Mar 24, 2004

    If this has been done already, then this has been done already.

    Everyone goes through this – when you’re starving, but need something a little more than KD, or a soft boiled egg with toast generals.

    Just now, I made myself an omelet with harvarti cheese and bruschetta in it. I’ve never heard of that, but it tasted pretty good. With it, I ate a Lick’s burger, but there’s nothing original about that one. Also, vermicelli thrown into some Chefboyardee chicken cacciatore. I’ve been really hungry today.

    What has your creative (or not) mind come up with in the kitchen lately, regardless of the overbearing emptiness of the fridge, or the potentially horrid taste of what may come out of the oven?
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    soup.

    you can add pretty much anything to a ramen noodle bowl (except maybe for hotdogs)

    oh... add rice to anything and it's more of a meal.

    dont forget the hawt sauce!
     
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  3. gfreshsushi

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    gfreshsushi - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    take a tombstone pizza, cook it, then cover it with whatever the hell you want (i usually do mushrooms, olives, and bell peppers), another thin layer of cheese, and then put it back in the oven for three minutes. hella good.

    my other favorite is string cheese and wheat thins. such a good snack combo.
     
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    Big Bruno - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    Just last week, I mixed macaroni and cheese and ranch style beans. Wasn't the best, but it wasn't too bad.
     
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  5. SteveAustin

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    SteveAustin - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    brown some bologna in butter then add a bunch of instant rice and catsup and water and simmer until the rice is done.

    nice, cheap and filling. doesn't taste all that bad either.
     
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    MANIK DEK - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    take two cup o' noodles...................drain the water out ............pour in a big bowl and add sriracha hot sauce(the kind with the rooster on the bottle,chinese stuff) mix and vwallah..........best thing you've every had i'll tell you what:idea:
     
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    synaps - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    baked beans, mayo, toast
     
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    fried bologna, ketchup and rice? sounds fucking scrumptious.
     
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    CinchedWaist - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    *mmm, arroz con gandules with scrambled eggs, hot sauce and a couple of pieces of toast with butter. ummmmm.
    *if the vendors are out there's always the option of tracking down the elotes man. (corn on cob with butter, mayo, grated cheese and chile). i've always wondered if places other than chicago had these guys b/c they are awesome. anybody?
    *on another vendor tip (but which i also make at home) are cucumber slices with lemon and salt. Obviously more of a snack.
    i could prob think of more but am a bit lazy.

    my dad used to eat pickles and butter on white bread. don't ask.
     
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    Weapon X - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    ^^ those vendors sound awesome! In Toronto, there is a whole lot of hot dog stands, but the only other type of vendors that I know of are the Indian and China spots that have corn that they rub lemon all over, as well as some seasoning.
     
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    Pfffffffffft - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    anything you can find....

    peanut butter and jelly waffle sandwiches

    olives straight from the jar...

    bread

    fill up on water
     
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    mr.yuck - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    Yo! You are trippin. You can add cheese sauce in a can then drop in some doritos and some chopped up pieces of a slim jim and have one hell of a meal. I have never tried hot dogs but that sounds like the best idea ever. Maybe Vienne Sausages.
     
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    Weapon X - Replied Mar 24, 2004

    Haha, hot dogs in the soup does sound like a good idea. The cheese sauce and Doritos – well, I might try it just to say I did. Good thing we have free health care up here.
     
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    Daze One Million - Replied Mar 25, 2004

    mayo, doritos, and pickle sandwich

    im dead serious, sounds gross but its good as hell

    i dont even like mayo and ill eat this shit
     
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    fethasmcgraw - Replied Mar 25, 2004

    make some ramen noodles, but without the packet.
    strain
    add soy sauce and some sugar.

    mix it up

    it tastes good
     
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