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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Araillac, Oct 21, 2009.
Title says it all. It's Ramen Noodles for me.
Grilled cheese sandwiches.
Ramen Noodles and Mac 'n Cheese.
Dude i am in college i got a list,
Ramen is okay but i got old of it did not like the flavor.
1. Cups of noodles, very cheap i think .29 cents at winco
2. Little cheap frozen pizzas i think they are called tostinos, they are super cheap and good.
3. Frozen burritos usually can be ahd at like 25 cents each
4.grilled cheese is awesome
5.2 pieces of toast with butter on it with on scramble egg in the middle
6. mcdouble at mcdonalds is a good deal
There are alot more, if you want to be a bum free ketchup packets and hot water makes tomato soup
Also have who work at fast food. When i was in high school i worked fast food and got 50% off everything, you could be so full for like 2$
Beans and cornbread
Liver and onions. Dammit now I'm hungry.
Oh, and Butter + Franks Hot Sauce sandwiches.
Beans and rice.
Sorry I couldn't resist: Carrots
But Seriously Ramen Noodles or I make an open faced omlette sammich using whatever meats I have left in the fridge.
+1 (I'm also a vegetarian.)
Spaghetti, too. And baked potatoes. And a drummer friend used to consume large quantities of popcorn & tomato soup (he claimed that the popcorn absorbed the soup and made him feel fuller).
My vote for my favorite non-vegetarian poor man food (pre-1999 for me) would be macaroni & cheese with a can of tuna thrown in. Maybe some hot sauce added. You could get boxes of generic mac & cheese for 4 for $1.00 at the supermarket in my neighborhood in Boston, back in the old days.
I would love to have some beans and rice right now.
Zoodles and toast with butter. mmmmm ......
Ramen noodles or cup of noodles.
pho kills ramen, unless you are talkng about a real ramen joint, not
the 25 cent plastic...
under 10 dollars easy... my favourite comfort food/ cold remedy
Chicken backs and necks!
peanut butter and hot sauce quesadillas. Cheese optional.
$0.99 menus rock! Being a vegetarian I eat a lot of bean & cheese burritos.
I would've put that, but around here, a "large" goes for ~$6...and they have started looking more like the smalls lately. However, if you figure that a bowl will tide you over for two meals, it's not a bad investment