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Old 12-22-2007, 01:22 PM
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Easy Meals

I'm headin' off to school in a week and while I'm up there I have to cook for myself. (only 19 mind ya, so I'm used to havin' my mom make meals) An' I was wonderin' if ya'll had any easy meal recipies ya'd like to share with me. Any that ya do share I'd appreciate so so much, I just might go hungry otherwise!!!
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My favorite bachelor meal was
Boxed mac and cheese.
Add a can of tuna and a diced fresh tomato... Add these AFTER the mac is all done with the cheese on it.
easy camping meal too.
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Old 12-22-2007, 01:27 PM
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That sounds great. Thanks!!! Keep 'em commin' guys
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What are your facilities like? full kitchen, kitchenette, microwave, bunson burner ?
Will you have access to a grill?
Let us know a little more.
And remember, RAMEN NODDLES!!! They got me through about 4 years of my life.
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Old 12-22-2007, 01:35 PM
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Yeah, sorry I forgot to mention what I had to work with. There should be a stove, oven, microwave, the basic crap like that. An' I plannin' on "borrowing" a George Foreman grill from a friend so I can cook the oh so delicious steak on occasion.
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your make it, im still yet to cook a real meal in my life! find a good women and your get fat!
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Alright!! You're goin' to be good to go. Here's a few suggestions....

Eggs - CHEAP(i'm sure that's a factor) good for you, easy to cook and oh so delicious.
Chili - Easy as heck to make, make alot and freeze extra in small rubbermade containers.
Soup - Same as chili. (noddles get wierd after being frozen IMO, try barley)

And if you get that grill, YOU CAN GRILL ANYTHING!!!!!! trust me, and everything is better off a grill. I grill almost every night in the summer, (Alaskan winters are not conducive to outdoor grilling.) I've cooked everything from steaks and burgers to mushrooms and asperagas on my grill.

One more thing, FISH . If you like it. Delicious, healthy and easy to get, at least in AK. Helps if you enjoy fishing
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Old 12-22-2007, 03:05 PM
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oh crap ya you can grill anything and its sooo much better. also get adeap fryer, you can also deep fry anytthing!
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So how ya doin' cookin' for yourself?
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So how ya doin' cookin' for yourself?
Ah it ain't bad. Thanks for askin'. Most of the time I'm just too lazy to do it though so Ramen and Cup of Noodle are my primary diet.
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