The coolest thing since both sliced bread and spaghetti.

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  1. D_Thoraxis_Biggulp

    D_Thoraxis_Biggulp New Member

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    I'm near broke with minimal variety in what food I have to choose from. So... Spaghetti Sammich! On garlic-buttered toast with jalapeno slices... it was surprisingly awesome.
    What combinations have you come up with at such times?
     
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    actually sounds good
     
  3. Principessa

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    Leftover alfredo sauce from a jar, spaghetti, and a can of tuna. It was sort of like a gourmet, tuna noodle casserole.
     
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    Why move if you don't have savings to last you a few months?
     
  5. D_Thoraxis_Biggulp

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    I was told there was a job lined up for me, but that turned out to be a lie. Aside from that, it's a long and very off topic story.
     
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    For me, it is not food - it is the "undo" button in my computer program.
     
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    Egg and turkey-slice w/cheese sandwhiches. Fucking AWESOME. It tastes like McDonald's but isn't as bad for you.

    Grilled Cheese with Hot Sauce.

    Cereal with Water. It's great if you don't like crunchy cereal. :p

    Rice with BBQ sauce since it was the only liquid topping in the house.

    Can't think of what else I've done but money is tight again now, so a new creation is probably in the midst. :p
     
  8. D_Thoraxis_Biggulp

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    I haven't done grilled cheese with hot sauce, but I always put jalapenos on mine.
    I used to have a roommate who put bbq sauce on everything, because he thought it made the food more masculine... including rice.
     
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    Hmmm *puts BBQ sauce on his dick and invites your friend*? :p It's masculine, right? XD
     
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    ramien noodles...I think they are still cheap. The salt content might kill you, but they fill you up.

    totinos pizza (or at least that is what they call it)...cheap, tastes a little like cardboard but in a tight pinch...
     
  11. D_Thoraxis_Biggulp

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    Hey, it involves bbq and meat, so hell yeh! Haha.



    Rico, I think you missed the point. Unless you're talking about putting ramen noodles on a totinos pizza.
     
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    I guess those reading lessons weren't helpful...noddles on the pizza would be a good combo (hah)....
     
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    Oh, I thought this was a thread about me. I'm slightly disappointed.


    Anywho, I like peanut butter on an English Muffin! Mmm!
     
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    No, Rockz, that's too normal.
    Peanut butter on an English StudMuffin ... ah, now you're talkin'.
    Try it, Rockz. U mite like it.:saevil:
     
  15. Principessa

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    Nutella on an Eggo waffle. Not exactly bargain basement but it was pretty much all I had at the time. :tongue:

    In grad school I lived on pasta with various forms of red sauce, PB&J, and omelets. I could usually get kielbasi cheaper than bacon or ham so I would cut that up and cook it with diced onions and green pepper before adding it to the omelet along with American cheese.
     
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