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Curry Hash: Experiment, Revisited

So, I’m ecstatic that I tried that, the food experiment. But, I think I added too much to the list, because I definitely didn’t use all of it. I didn’t even bother with the tomato sauce or the pasta, not. at. all. Why? It was too damn good to wait. Pardon my “french”. So, here’s…

An experiment in food

I only have one pot to work with tonight. Let’s see if this turns out any good. This is what’s known as an “I’m too poor to eat out right now” meal. In other words… somewhat lazy, but only because I’m keeping pre-diced produce in the freezer and using mostly canned things. Sweet Potato Regular Potato…

Microwave Teriyaki

You’re hungry and want teriyaki noodles. Those that come for like $1 at the store. But you’re out. Because you were crazy enough to tell yourself you were gonna cook something. Well, try this, then. Oh, and yes, microwaving after the sauce is in there is necessary, or it’s going to taste overwhelming. Ramen (any flavor,…

Brownies.

Enough said. Here’s your recipe. For those who remember me saying that her chocolate chip cookies were the easiest thing to make from scratch ever… well, scratch that, these are. Chocolate cookies come in second. Mainly because you aren’t particularly obligated to wait on butter. Also, protip: you can easily up the number of egg…

Good Things to Put in an Omelette

…or eggs, or whatever. So, really, sky’s the limit with eggs, right? Kinda. You wouldn’t exactly go putting peanut butter in your scrambled eggs and say it tastes good, would you? I wouldn’t. But, for savory eggs that aren’t hard-boiled (I got really tired of those really fast), here are a few nice suggestions and…

Spicy Spaghetti-o’s

Okay, so let me surface this by saying that the Korean instant noodles you find in the asian isle in the grocery store? In my not always humble opinion, they give you enough spice in one of those packets for 2-3 packages of ramen/ramyun. So, I saved half the packet and still spiced my mouth…

Drinks, On Me

Most of the time, we simply take our drink choices for granted. But, after receiving some not-so-tasty drinks for free? Time to make a concoction with them. Here are a few different combinations, but the gist is all the same- combine them into a nice juice punch. Easy, right?   Combo One Crappy Grape Juice…

Eggs a la Pasta

I have a lot of eggs right now. Somehow, this translated into this surprising recipe that really isn’t that bad   eggs water pasta sauce cheese a little bit of cooked chicken to top with   Hard-boil your eggs, however many you’re using. Drain, then de-shell. Put the eggs in your bowl, next step. Preferably,…

New Toy

I got a blender today. Because the one I had would just spin and spin and never cut up anything. Time to jot down some ideas, and maybe I’ll remember to look back on them and see what I can do with my new kitchen toy. I’ve heard you can make powdered sugar from white…

Cheesy Biscuit Bites

Prefacing this post with “I have a lot of flour” I wanted some of domino’s parmesan bites, but thought that maybe I would be able to make some from whatever I have here at my apartment. Because, as much as I am lazy, I’m also pretty cheap when it comes to spoiling myself. You probably…

Something like a Spanish Tortilla

Tonight’s dinner has got the fiancé saying it’s absolutely delicious! Taking this into account, this is the way I made it and alter it as you may, I guess. Not like I’m in your kitchen. 3 potatoes, cooked and mashed up, even if coursely (no peels) 9 eggs parmesan cheese garlic powder, cumin, turmeric powder,…

Lasagne

It’s pretty basic. It’s delicious. It’s got a lot of variants. Yup, we’re talking about a classic– Lasagne. Or lasagna, however you spell it. I don’t care. It’s just much easier to fix one to your own specifications than to worry about whether or not Fazoli’s is open for a late-night food run. Plus you…