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A lazy one. Without a baking tray. Merely a frying pan and a boiling pan. Go!
I thought that was all students ate anyway?
Or an omlette, like in those adverts.
Pasta made up the entirety of my first week eating. I might make more pasta. Another time. With chicken.
sounds like it's amongst the worst things ever. And also way too much work. All of this is way too much work :(. Is there not something which is like a ready meal to cook, but not actually like a ready meal?
Cheap as fuck, filling, pretty damn tasty. Do you have a microwave?
That's an awesome suggestion. Thanks!
Probably the "wholemeal". Anyway, that would have given you an 8/10. As it stands, your suggestion rates only a measly 3.
toaster or grill as being available
There is also a toaster and a kettle.
have you ever boiled a sausage in your kettle?
No. No I haven't.
the mention of sausage student and kettle, brought to mind the most awful morning after hangover cup of tea so you can tidy up your student house after the party the night before, incident.
We couldnt work out why it tasted so bad (We had one of those kettles that ddoesnt have a lid just a spout with a flap and you put it on the stove......we tipped out the water and jumped when a revolting looking sausage poked itself out cheekily.
go and get some really nice bread then put so much stuff on the sandwich you could convince yourself its a meal. Or just eat two of them.
a) adding a cheesy triangle
b) adding some soy sauce
c) adding some curry powder
Umm... can you buy it ready-grated?
It's more expensive and doesn't stay fresh as long.
I always wondered what kind of retard bought it.
when I try to clean my grater :'(
on your toast when doing beans on toast!
Cooked in butter, with gerkins and ketchup- perfect.
Or fish finger sandwiches, or fish fingers + beans on toast (if you have a toaster). Or bacon and egg sandwiches, or fried croque monsieur.
You wouldn't say that if you saw my tour diet. ONe day it went
Fry up > Coffee > bacon burger > jelly babies > KFC
Apart from the boiling chicken and stripping it from the bone and stuff. But I'm sure we can find a compromise. Thank you.
Go veggie......the meat that you can afford will be s***.
Go to an established asian shop and purchase a large bag of pulses. These will nees to be soaked quite a while and then boiled, but it is a really cheap source of protein
risotto with toasted almonds, breadcrumbs, and sweet garlic.
Do you have to open the bag?
Too much work, next!
I was getting sick of telling people.
they all taste like how i imagine felched cat smegma would.
Boil em, they float when they're ready, put pesto on em, done.
AND FOR GOD'S SAKE, WORLD, IT'S NOT PASTA
Also, oven-ready lasagne with salad from a bag
Or, Covent Garden soup (of the 3 or 4 nice flavours)
This is what I eat if in a rush
Sainsburys do a really nice chilli soup and it's not really a soup, because it has far too much filling. It's delicious. And about 1:50 a go.
lasagne with a salad!!
shit lasts for at least 3 meals.
you have Cooking Healthily on a University Budget classes at your school.
vegetable stock powder
make a carrot and leek soup with the veggie stock.
if you have bread to put the garlic and tomato on! yum! oh but cheese helps too.
fucking frozen pizza (oh fire alarm has finally turned off!) HELL YA i wuv pizza and cider yum yujm yuuuum
Nigel Slater cookbook: Real Food.
I haven't actually been eating that badly; spicy indian chicken baguette, chilli con carne, thai green curry,etc.
chicken baguette? or the sausage and pasta one?
those are two of my favourites.
as i'm usually just cooking stirfries or tacos. but i have used some of the fish recipes. mainly i just love the way he writes, he makes everything sound delicious and he's got such passion.
that sounds crazy,. i don't think i'd try that. this man sounds drunk.
rice i cooked three days ago with worcestershire sauce.
Don't try it.
beans + cheese
tuna + mayo
chilli con carne
just generally covered in cheese
the only problem being that the sainsburys near me never seems to sell big baked potatoes like what you get in restaurants, so sometimes have to double up.
Lots and lots of soup.