Discussion in 'Good Eats' started by Celtic Tiger, Jan 16, 2010.
dorm recipes on hot plate:
Spaghetti O's garlic salt and Parmesan cheese.
Mac & Cheese with oregano.
When I Had an apartment right by the tennis courts, I would make a big pot of Red beans every couple of saturdays. I would have paper plates and invite anyone that would want to stop by when ever to help themselves. Friends would come in all day long. Used dried beans and cheap sausage.Onions and all the seasoning.
Fry bacon, ham, SPAM, weenies, or vienna sausage in a pan until brown.
Add a can of baked beans.
Diced onions if you got em.
Flavor with brown sugar, Tony Chachere's, Worcestershire, and a small dab of mustard.
Henitz 57 if you have it or BBQ sauce if you like it.
Then eat it with saltines, right out of the pan with a spoon . . . only two dirty dishes.
Can of beanie weenies.
Open said can, eat with plastic spoon.
Clean up is easy
Re: Ole Dorm Recipes
You do know how to spell recipes, don't you? Hint, there is only one "s" in the plural form of recipe.
Order a pizza. Eat. Toss the box. No cleanup
Re: Ole Dorm Recipes
sorry for the lisp.
Tom Fitzmorris, the food critic, once asked me what was the worst thing I ever cooked and I didn't have to think too long to answer him.
When I was in the old Contempo apartments, near McKinley high's practice field in the 70s I opened up the refrigerator and didn't have much to work with. I had absolutely no money and was thinking I wish I had written my grandmother last week because whenever she replied to my letters...hers always had $5 in the envelope. but I was totally out of luck for a few more days until I could hitch a ride home.
I needed to make something last for a few days so I used everything I had in the apartment to make ....
He asked me how was it? I said "Bad. But better than plain Balogna."
You could always depend on Grandma...I miss her.
A real recipe we used to make a lot back in the day
Rub a casserole dish with butter to grease it.
add a cup of rice to the casserole dish and spread it evenly.
add a layer of sliced onions.
add four browned pork chops on top of everything.
pour one can of beef broth to the dish
cover with foil and bake at 350 for around 40 minutes or so.
Light a candle and serve your girlfriend one pork chop with the rice. There's three chops remaining for you...unless she was a little on the plus side because she liked to eat a lot. Then you knew you were in for a fight for the remaining chops !!:hihi:.
I had a friend who lived across the hall from me in Hatcher Hall. He didn't have the $$$ to buy a meal ticket and instead "cooked" all of his meals in his room. Every meal he prepared was done in a rice cooker! He had some interesting concoctions. Waaaaaaaaaaay to much cabbage, the cabbage stunk when he cooked it and resulted in him having toxic gas he ate it so much. I ate so many sandwhiches in college I can't eat cold cuts to this day. If I see a "variety pack" it almost makes me sick.