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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    If that's cheating, then a frozen pizza is cheating too.

    My cheating dishes are buttoni pasta with a jar of Mario Batali's pasta sauce; the frozen edamame from Target mixed with feta, ortiz tuna and olive oil; Green Mill frozen pizzas; and Amy's mac and cheese.

    k.
    1. frozen pizza IS cheating.

    2. Battali's sauce is FANTASTIC. Best jar sauce ever. Not cheating. It's better than a lot of restaurants around here.


    My cheating food is starvation. I often don't eat when I need to. Last night I ate one of these, out of sheer desperation for calories:

  2. #12
    The sauce in question is: Francesco Rinaldi Garden Style Tomato, Garlic and Onion Pasta Sauce

    I also have another cheat dish...buy alot of button or bay bella mushrooms.

    cube and slice alot of onions and cook together until both golden brown. add as much garlic as you want and cook 1-2 min until you smell it..

    add can of sour cream and thyme and cook for 5-10 min and then cube plain sliced cheese, the kind you buy in bricks at sam's club...

    you then take it off the heat and mix until it becomes goo....then eat that with pasta or on top of sandwiches or with anything else --> awesome.

    Now, why that crappy cheese? if we can even call it cheese... Not sure but I tried, mozzarella, provolone, swiss, and parmesan and none seem to work...

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    Tough to beat grilled cheese...and my favorite is Velveeta slices on good sourdough bread.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ptolemy View Post
    I also have another cheat dish...buy alot of button or bay bella mushrooms.

    cube and slice alot of onions and cook together until both golden brown. add as much garlic as you want and cook 1-2 min until you smell it..

    add can of sour cream and thyme and cook for 5-10 min and then cube plain sliced cheese, the kind you buy in bricks at sam's club...

    you then take it off the heat and mix until it becomes goo....then eat that with pasta or on top of sandwiches or with anything else --> awesome.
    How did you come up with this? Stoned out of your gourd, or were these literally the only six things in your fridge one day?
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Somds like one of the worse 'Chopped' episodes

    Cheese in brick form reminds me of a horrifying experience. The first time I came to work n the US I went to the supermarket and saw a sign that they had 'munster cheese' on sale. 'Oh great', I thought. I love artisan Munster cheeses from the Alsace. I was very confused and must have looked it when the sales person reached for an orange brick of plastic...

    Stefan

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    Speechless!

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    How did you come up with this? Stoned out of your gourd, or were these literally the only six things in your fridge one day?
    Hah, but no. My aunt once tried to make that dish except she used some french recipe which called for similar setup except finished in the oven covered with cheese. She used some cheese (this was years ago and I don't remember which). It didn't work, cheese broke down, and ended up horrible. I did try it though and it was pretty tasty so I experimented. The problem is, if you use other cheeses, the flavor overpowers mushrooms and that plain, sliced cheese that you buy in bricks, provides no flavor but proper texture. So, you can really do play with it

  8. #18
    It's not the worst I've heard. My coworker regularly raves about how good "spread" is. It's prison food.

    You take beef Ramen Noodles, a personal-size bag of Nacho Cheese Doritos, bust up the Doritos, put them in the bag with the noodles. Add half the seasoning packet and some water and microwave. What comes out is a gelatinous mass of noodle and chip that gets wiped on saltines or sliced bread.

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by johndoughy View Post
    It's not the worst I've heard. My coworker regularly raves about how good "spread" is. It's prison food.

    You take beef Ramen Noodles, a personal-size bag of Nacho Cheese Doritos, bust up the Doritos, put them in the bag with the noodles. Add half the seasoning packet and some water and microwave. What comes out is a gelatinous mass of noodle and chip that gets wiped on saltines or sliced bread.
    haha, that's fine. I never asked anyone to try... I usually buy enough for 3-4 seatings. I usually make it with paste first time and eat the rest as a night snack/dip.

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    Hamburger, demi, noodles, sour cream.

    Hamburger Helper Stroganoff

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