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  1. RPjunkie

    RPjunkie New Member

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    I just made something to eat from a few things that even drunk and/or stoned people would not think of combining. AND IT TASTES GREAT!!!

    So if anyone wants to ask the resident chef for a few meal ideas, then
    Specify if you want a quick meal(under 10 minutes), something to cook for a date, something party-ish, whatever. And a few things in your refrigerator and/or cupboard.




    btw-my meal was egg noodles, one can of shrimp, salsa con queso, and a bit of milk.......shor was dam' good eatin's!!
     
  2. Jarinor

    Jarinor New Member

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    Man, eggs on toast with baked beans is great. Everytime I do it I forget to melt some cheese over the top though. Melted cheese and baked beans on toast is also good, even though it looks foul.
     
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    Wolf New Member

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    i like to shit in a bowl and mix it with oregano. add a little corn and guess what it tastes like. shit with corn and oregano
     
  4. Xz

    Xz Monkey Admin Staff Member

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    i can see it in my head, you eating a bowl of shit with oregano and corn..... :puke:
     
  5. Dark Elf

    Dark Elf Administrator Staff Member

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    Ever tried combining a cinnamon bun with sausage? I thought my dad was crazy when I saw him eating that, but I changed my mind the day I dared to try it myself. It's great!
     
  6. mrnobodie

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    So what you're saying is..... you like filling your bun's with an assortment of indeterminate meat........ hmmm. Moving on, take some advice from an old stoner. It's all about contrasting flavours, but remember the old adage- "Less is more". One of my personal favorite's is thick bread with lot's of butter and a few different jam spreads like, vegemite, peanut butter (smooth), raspberry jam and orange marmalade.
     
  7. labyrinthian

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    Er, even stoned, I'd skip the Aussie yeast extract, thanks.
     
  8. Jarinor

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    I despise Vegemite myself. The odour is enough to turn me off it. Weird fact: I used to like Vegemite, until I ate a piece of toast with some on it. My tooth became some while doing so, and I haven't touched it since. Ah, how easily the young mind is influenced.
     
  9. Quethim

    Quethim New Member

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    I'm a very picky person (maybe that's why I'm so thin...) and it's hard to find a combination of food that I like :p

    Like with BLT, I'm more of a BL type person... (errr, sorry, been watching some .Hack recently...and that BT person is very interesting how she came up with her name :p )
     
  10. RPjunkie

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    Another great one that I had was to take some pepperoni (sliced or diced), some turkey (I use deli breast), some cheese (what ya feel like), Cajun seasoning, and beaten eggs. And make a sort of sloppy, cheesy, semi-spicy scrambled eggs. Try it if you are brave enough.

    GOTTA GO WIFE IS PUKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :puke:
     
  11. Rosselli

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    A great snack is a slice of Grana Padano and Sopressata on a Triscuit. For those of you who don't know Italian food, the first is a type of cheese similar to Parmegiano Reggiano, and the second is a spicy salame. Yes, salame, because that is the singular. Salami is the plural.
     
  12. Dark Elf

    Dark Elf Administrator Staff Member

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    Another idea if you want a snack is that you go to the living room and search through the sofa. I promise, you'll always find something edible - ah, the taste of a three-year old cheese doodle. Mmmmmm....

    Additionally, you might end up finding a lost coin or two!

    People just fail to understand that living room sofas' are the sollution to all their economical and nutritional problems...
     
  13. Sleek_Jeek

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    Sashimi is good and much easier to make than most people would think. All you need is some sea weed, sticky white rice, and whatever you want to put inside it (spam, avacado, tuna, crab, or more american things like bacon, cheese, and hamburger (me and my friends got xperimental one day)) all i have to say about that is that a plate of bacon cheese burger sashimi rolls with a side of wasabi is now a much more appetizing thought than it once was.
     
  14. Blinky969

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    I like that idea for the cheesy spicy eggs.

    I am a total egg lover, I make omelets whenever I can. If you guys have any other ideas for good omelets, share please.
     
  15. RPjunkie

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    got another one for ya Blinky. Try this: take 3 or 4 eggs and beat like usual for omelet. then shred some crag and pepperoni(again), and add them to the inside of your omelet. then I put lemon-pepper seasoning on it and usually a colby jack or medium cheddar.

    Try it, have never had complaints about em yet!! :thumbup:
     
  16. Quethim

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    Cheese and Crackers, best snack a person can ask for :p


    Though, StrawBerry Milkshake has made it to the top of my list. :)
     
  17. Rosselli

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    A great sandwich:
    Two slices of ciabatta
    Salame Sardo
    Mortadella
    Sopressata
    Provalone
    Fontina
    Piave

    Layer the meat and cheese between the ciabatta slices, grill until golden brown. Make sure all sausages and cheese are imported. It's hard to find good imported Italian products upstate. In New Jersey, on the other hand, every nieghborhood in Bergen County (except for the upscale Anglo 'hoods) has a nice Italian deli. It's fairly likely that some of the best stuff is obtained through "Sicilian Connections" which just makes it better.
     
  18. Xz

    Xz Monkey Admin Staff Member

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    ahh, :drewl: i totally agree
     
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    MatahChuah New Member

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    I'm not a big fan of cheese altogether. Practically all I eat is oranges anyway.
     
  20. labyrinthian

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    Matah, I'm just curious...is your new sigpic supposed to be giant brassiere on a clothesline made out of two confederate flags? Sort of like saying that only the might of Southern conservatism can contain the "sinister" march of Northern feminism? And with the phallic cannons as symbols... Hm? And of course, we all know what was the only major 20th century government to use red and black as colors, right?

    Sorry, man, just a razz. I know you're not a Nazi or chauvinist. I think. :)
     
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